Flanders, the Dutch-speaking part of Belgium, became infamous in World War I to the soldiers in the trenches. John McCrae wrote his most famous poem in Flanders near Ypres: “In Flanders Fields the poppies blow, between the crosses row on row... “
Over the last 30 years, this coach tour has proved the most popular and well-known of ARAU’s tours. The tour helps participants to understand the place of Art Nouveau in Brussels, its origins, its technical and stylistic characteristics, and the personalities of its most well-known architects
We are looking forward to welcome you in our bed&breakfast in the historical "Unesco world heritage" centre of Bruges. Our guesthouse is located in a quiet and historic quarter near the 14th Century St.-Gillis Church. A romantic walk of 7 minutes along the different canals will lead you towards the Grand'Place, the chocolate museum or the lace centre.
Come join us at the "Capital of Europe" for a fun and easy bike tour of Brussels. We will show you the city in a unique way. Our tours will let you discover the most remarkable places in town at a gentle pace.
Our guides are very professional, competent and multilingual and ready to answer all your questions. Our drivers are very experienced and are driving you comfortable and safely on our roads. We are confident that this team will make your stay in Belgium unforgettable.
If you are planning to come and visit Belgium, the best place to be is in the center of Brussels. Our beautiful guesthouse is close to the center and you are welcome to come and stay with us. You need at least 2 nights and we have a limit of 10 people. The house has an interesting history and is located at around 15 minutes on foot from the Brussels Grand Place and the European Commission Offices or conveniently for railways, trams and metro . Our guesthouse has a free wireless internet connection for guests who'd like to use their notebook and an internal parking space is also for free at your disposal.
Camalou: B&B in Ypres provide accommodation in a stylish guesthouse located in Flanders. Camalou build in the 19th century is one of the few properties from the Ypres Salient who survived the destruction caused by the Great War.