A large variety of literature about cities and towns in Flanders are available on this page. Also contained on this page, are brochures for most destinations in and around Flanders Fields.

365 Discovery days

Guide to tourist attractions and museum in Belgium

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Bilzen Mysteries

Grand Commandery Alden Biesen lives. As of October 2016 Alden Biesen will host Bilzen Mysteries: a night-time walk through the fascinating past of this unique moated castle. With spectacular video, sound and light effects and ... a mysterious guide. A real must do alone, as a couple, family or company.

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Experience the Flemish Masters

The Flemish Masters project focuses on the life and legacy of several 15th, 16th and 17th century artists who were based in Flanders, particularly Rubens, Bruegel and the Flemish Primitives, including Van Eyck.

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Flanders Kitchen Rebels 2015 - Outstanding Young Chefs

Flanders abounds with fine food, and that’s where the Flanders Kitchen Rebels come in. The Flanders Kitchen Rebels are 25 top chefs, all younger than 35, with an irrepressible love of Flemish gastronomy and pure ingredients. Innovation, creation, and a dash of rock ‘n’ roll are the key ingredients in these chefs’ kitchens.

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Accessible holiday accommodations in Flanders and Brussels

This publication gives an overview of the accessible hotels, guest rooms, holiday houses, camping areas and holiday centres in Flanders and Brussels. It describes in detail what you can expect in terms of accessibility. From the front door to the toilets: everything has been researched and assessed at the location itself.

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Accessible group accommodations in Flanders and Brussels

This publication gives an overview of the accessible hostels, youth and group holiday centres in Flanders and Brussels. It describes in detail what you can expect in terms of accessibility. From the front door to the toilets: everything has been researched and assessed at the location itself.

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Accessible day trips for visually impaired visitors

Browse around, explore, visit and experience: you can do it all! Even for those that need some adjustments or additional facilities. This brochure provides an overview of the options for accessible day trips in Flanders and Brussels for persons with a visual impairment.

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Accessible day trips

Stroll around, explore, visit and experience: in Flanders you can do it all! Even if you need some adjustments or additional facilities. Are you looking for information about museums that give tours in sign language, historical buildings that use audio guides, attractions that are accessible to wheelchair users? In this brochure, you will find information about activities and attractions that meet your needs.

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2017 Passchendaele remembered

The terrible events of the year 1917 are engraved in our collective memory. A series of explosions created a huge man-made earthquake and soldiers fought not only against the enemy but also against the mud. The Third Battle ofYpres, also known as the Battle of Passchendaele, destroyed the landscape and cost countless human lives.

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Quirky Flanders

20 of the region’s oddest or most unexpected activities. Flanders is full of offbeat things to do. They can be surprising, sometimes a little disturbing, but always unexpected. Most are off the beaten track, away from the crowds, in places that are sometimes hard to find.

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Belgian Beer Experiences

In this brochure you will find information on the following subjects: history of Belgian beer, presentations of Belgian Beers, Beer and Flanders as a destination and many more.

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Discover everything about cycling in Flanders

This brochure offers an overview of all you need to know about Flanders as an all year round cycling destination par excellence. Simply flick through the pages and be inspired.

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Great War Centenary - Accessible for visually impaired visitors

This brochure lists several go-to places and events offering facilities for blind and visually impaired visitors in the Westhoek region.

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Great War Centenary - Accessible for all

This brochure offers people with disabilities information on trips to the Westhoek region. It features specific information for wheelchair users and also includes additional facilities for people with a visual or mental disability, and the hearing-impaired.

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On land, at sea and in the air

Experienced travellers with disabilities may have already been able to experience what their most comfortable way to travel is. Those with less experience might benefit from a few tips about choosing and booking a suitable means of transport. This guide will help you choose a suitable means of transport to and from your holiday destination in Flanders. You will receive information about the advantages and disadvantages of the various means of transport.

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Chocolate Experiences in Flanders and Brussels

Belgian chocolate is famous and appreciated the world over for its excellent quality. What makes Belgian chocolate so special, so different from other chocolate? Where can visitors who love chocolate go for a tasting or a workshop? Where can they buy a box of genuine Belgian pralines to delight their friends and family when they go back home?

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Flanders Fields - A place to remember 2016-2018

Today, the landscape of Flanders Fields still reflects the dramatic scenes that took place during the First World War. Now, approximately one hundred years later, Flanders invites visitors to remember the victims of the conflict. This “2016-2018 Brochure” guides you through the commemorative highlights in Flanders in 2016, 2017 and 2018 and provides an overview of many of the region’s key memorial sites.

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Take a deep breath of Flanders - VISITFLANDERS tourism brochure

With chocolate stores on every street corner and the sweet smell of warm waffles filling the air, a visit to Flanders feels like a match made in heaven. Situated in the north of Belgium, Flanders boasts six beautifully preserved historic cities: Antwerp, Bruges, Brussels, Ghent, Leuven and Mechelen. Learn more about Flanders in this comprehensive brochure.

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The Flemish coast, accessible for all

Slightly older tourists and holiday makers with a temporary or permanent disability or people in need of some extra comfort or care while on holiday can also enjoy a holiday at our coast with peace of mind. This brochure of VISITFLANDERS provides these tourists with all of the necessary information in order to prepare for a visit to the coast.

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Bruges - Accessible for everyone

Every aspect of an accessible tourist visit to Bruges was mapped out in this brochure. It provides information about museums and attractions, pubs, restaurants, public toilets, tourist information offices, accommodation, care, tools, transport and parking. The handy removable map with descriptions tells you exactly which route you should take to avoid obstacles.

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Bruges - Accessible for everyone (map)

The handy removable map with descriptions tells you exactly which route you should take to avoid obstacles.

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Flanders Fields, a place to remember: Information for Schools

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Tastes Of Abbeys - slow tourism experiences

For lovers of cycling, hiking and trappist beer

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