Gent – 56 minutes by train

Ghent is a historic city, yet at the same time a contemporary one.

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Brussel – 56 minutes by train

Brussels has a lot to offer in terms of tourism and culture. See website.

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Amsterdam – 1:15 hours

Visit this world-famous 17th-century capital of the Netherlands. Enjoy the historic buildings, beautiful museums and a friendly atmosphere. Take a boat trip through the canals, stroll through the Vondelpark and shop in the old town. Amsterdam is unique in its kind!

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Brugge – 1:30 hour by train

Bruges is a city that will capture your heart. It is a city of human proportions, but one that can never be truly fathomed. Its history has made it great, a fact that garnered it the title of a Unesco World Heritage City. Retaining the mysteries of the Middle Ages and unashamedly exuberant, Bruges has been an international metropolis for centuries.

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Oostende – 1:45 minutes by train

At the only true ‘City at the Sea‘ you will discover over 9 kms of great sandy beaches that invite you to delightful sunbathing and a refreshing dip in the North Sea, alternated with a brisk walk along the promenade.

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Parijs – 2 hours

The French capital is dotted with sights that are known all over the world. The Eiffel Tower, the Louvre and the Sacré-Cœur in particular are impressive. But during a city trip to Paris you can also shop well on the Champs Elysees. Make a boat trip on the Seine in the evening and discover why the nickname of Paris is ‘light city’.

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