Remarkable is the way the city deals with its past today.
The historic city center was added to the UNESCO's World Heritage List in 2000.
The Bruges canals originally protected the city center.
Bruges is such a fairy-looking little town. So enchanting!
We walked through vivid squares, refreshing parks and beautiful cobbled streets.
We went to a cozy restaurant and had a gorgeous chicken stew, a Belgian specialty cooked with fresh tomatoes, parsley and Belgian cherry beer. We couldn't resist ordering desserts and spoiling our taste buds with delicious Belgian chocolates.
Featured cobbled street in Luxembourg city, Luxembourg.
Living standards are high. The disposal income or consuming spending per household is so far ahead of the other European countries. The residents of Luxembourg benefit from a standard of life which is well above that of the other counties of the EU. Luxembourg is the "richest". xx