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Headquarters of the European Union, a tour of Belgium offers visitors everything from striking medieval castles, Napoleonic history at Waterloo, to evocative World War battlefields. In Brussels, begin your sightseeing at the opulent Grand Place, the city’s central square, before catching a glimpse of the Manneken Pis, a cheeky bronze sculpture. Visit the Royal Palace of Brussels for tours of the official royal residence. Outside the city you’ll find the Atomium, originally constructed for the Brussels World’s Fair and now a museum. See the canals of Gothic Bruges and stop in the Burg square before a visit the beautiful 13th century Belfry of Bruges, with its 47-bell carillon and 270-foot tower. The city is also renowned for its delicate Belgian lace at the school of the Sisters of the Immaculate Conception. In medieval Ghent, admire three beautiful churches and their famous towers: St. Bavo’s Cathedral, the Belfry of Ghent, and Saint Nicholas’ Church.