15 Photographs That Show Why You Should Travel To Belgium

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*all photographs by Bram Reusen

In the second of our new photograph series, we will be taking you to the beautiful Belgium. Often skipped in favor of the lights of France or the...uh, activities of the Netherlands, Belgium offers a wide array of reasons to stop there, from many must-see tourist destinations to off the beaten-track gems.

I contacted Bram Reusen, travel photographer and Belgian native, to show us his favorite photos from his time there. So sit back, relax, and add Belgium to your next travel itinerary.

Munstraat in Leuven is a popular street among university students and tourists, because of its many restaurants, pubs, and bars.

Munstraat in Leuven is a popular street among university students and tourists, because of its many restaurants, pubs, and bars.

Duvel, one of Belgium's most popular beers (and strongest)

Duvel, one of Belgium's most popular beers (and strongest)

The historic houses on the canal in Ghent.

The historic houses on the canal in Ghent.

The town square of Antwerp.

The town square of Antwerp.

An old medieval house alongside a canal in the small town of Lier.

An old medieval house alongside a canal in the small town of Lier.

A tasty Belgian waffle in a café in Bouillon.

A tasty Belgian waffle in a café in Bouillon.

One of Durbuy's numerous cobbled streets.

One of Durbuy's numerous cobbled streets.

Guild houses on the Grand Place in Brussels.

Guild houses on the Grand Place in Brussels.

The Citadel of Dinant overlooks the tiny town and the Meuse River.

The Citadel of Dinant overlooks the tiny town and the Meuse River.

The Atomium.

The Atomium.

The Belfry of Namur stands in a corner of a popular square.

The Belfry of Namur stands in a corner of a popular square.

The Trench of Death, near Ypres, used to be one of the most dangerous trenches during WWI.

The Trench of Death, near Ypres, used to be one of the most dangerous trenches during WWI.

Aalst's gorgeous belfry is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Aalst's gorgeous belfry is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

An ancient bicycle in the old city center of Aalst.

An ancient bicycle in the old city center of Aalst.

Blossoming fruit trees in the beautiful region of Haspengouw.

Blossoming fruit trees in the beautiful region of Haspengouw.


Bram and his girlfriend Caroline met on the road and have been there ever since, making their way across multiple continents and dozens of countries, writing about their adventures and sharing their beautiful photos on their website Travel Experience Live.

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