Comprehensive Travel Guide to Belgium.

Many globe trotters travel to Belgium for Tomorrow Land Festival. It is the most famous thing in Belgium. Apart from that, you often see Belgium on the news because the EU headquarters is in Brussels.

But little do we know that this small nation is the birthplace of the most loved food in the world, French Fries! Talking about Belgium and not mentioning chocolates and waffles is a crime.

Wait, we aren’t done with what this country is famous for – The guy who invented the fraction, the musical instrument Saxophone – There is much more to Belgium than I thought before travelling.

This quick and comprehensive guide is for those planning to travel to Belgium for a short period and enjoy the best.

indian traveller stairing at the gian imitation statue of Mannekin pis infornt of a waffle shop at brussels during his travel to Belgium
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