Visit these Five Castles in Belgium

Visit these Five Castles in Belgium: Gravensteen van Gent, Kasteel van Gaasbeek, International Rose Garden of Coloma, Castle and Gardens of Freÿr sur Meuse, Groot-Bijgaarden Castle and Gardens.
Try not to miss going to The Beguinages, home to the nuns of the request of Saint Benedict, and De Halve Maan Brewery, a family-run distillery known for creating Brugse Zot lager. By taking a visit, you can visit the advanced bottling works and in addition its gallery, which offers the extraordinary chance to find out about old customary blending strategies for which the city is renowned. All the more significantly, you can taste a portion of its eminent mixes too.

Gravensteen van Gent

This Flemish city is a cordial, laid-back college town set against a setting of thirteenth century Gothic holy places and seventeenth century channel side houses and in addition the Castle of the Counts, Gravensteen, a medieval fortification that comes finish with a dungeon and towers – seeing the greater part of the instruments of torment is probably going to send shudders down your spine.

Kasteel van Gaasbeek

A short train or car ride from central Brussels will get you to the village of Gaasbeek, home of the beautiful Gaasbeek Castle (Kasteel Van Gaasbeek in Flemish).

International Rose Garden of Coloma

You could easily walk right by the entrance to the International Rose Garden of Coloma, without a hint of the beauty that waits inside.

Castle and Gardens of Freÿr Sur Meuse

With hundreds of castles and chateaux in Belgium, open to the public, it’s hard to know which ones to visit. Freÿr sur Meuse, a Renaissance castle with stunning gardens, is part of Wallonia’s protected architectural heritage.

Groot-Bijgaarden Castle and Gardens

Most garden-lovers have heard of the Dutch tulip garden, Keukenhof, a few hours north of Belgium. Groot-Bijgaarden Castle is a 12th-century castle in Groot-Bijgaarden in the municipality of Dilbeek, Flemish Brabant, Belgium. Few, however, have heard of Citi’s own wonderful spring tulip garden at Groot-Bijgaarden Castle.