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Despite being the capital of waffles and beer, Belgians are notoriously some of the fittest people in Europe. Belgium is constantly on the move and this list highlights some of the best places to be and things to see in the country. Several places on this list are a feast for the eyes more than the stomach, though there are a few highly-recommended food stops in there. Come find out why Belgium is teeming with adventure, history, and breathtaking views that attract international crowds from all over. Just remember to bring your walking shoes.
Vegetarians and vegans rejoice! You have not been forgotten in the meat and fish-infested Belgium. Moon Food is a small bistro with organic vegetarian and vegan dishes, including some amazing desserts. They also carry gluten-free and sugar-free options.
Yaki is the best Japanese food option in Brussels. This restaurant keeps a limited stock that is constantly rotating, so the food is always fresh. The later you come, the less choice you may have on the menu. Whatever you get will be good though. On a normal day, be prepared to wait at least 15 minutes for a table. Cash only.
Chimay is one of the most well-known of the trappist beers. You can visit the abbey where it’s still brewed to this day. Not all of the varieties of Chimay are exported, so dare to try something new while you tour the Notre Dame abbey of Scourmont.
The Belgian artist, Jean-Michel Folon, has over 500 works on the grounds of La Hulpe. La Hulpe is a park, a castle and a large farm, and Folon’s works can be seen throughout the property. Walking around the grounds is free everyday. It’s best to check whether the farm is open, in order to see the works in there.
If you’re bored by wine and beer, come here. Biercée’s distillery is open for tours, showing visitors how they go from the organic pear to the organic eau-de-vie. All of their products are 100% natural and produced according to the fruit’s season. They produce whiskies, eaux-de-vies and other alcohols. They aldo made the first Belgian bitter and won the Best Contemporary Style Gin in 2016.