Belgium & Luxembourg

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Lonely Planet, 2007 - Travel - 352 pages
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Taste the difference between good and excellent in Brussels at the world's finest chocolate shops. Find your favourite vantage point in fairy-tale Luxembourg City, a town full of spectacular views. Swathe yourself in the latest Antwerp fashion in hand-picked St Andries boutiques. Get pelted with oranges by masked men in Binche, during Belgium's most bizarre carnival. Co-written by a native Belgian and a chocoholic - over 1300 hours of on-the-road research with two kids in tow. Our special beer chapter will have you sampling the region's finest from divine Trappist brews to acidic lambics. You asked for it, we researched it - more child-friendly activities, cycling information and battleground coverage.

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About the author (2007)

Logan has worked for several newspapers and Australian Associated Press.

Cole was born in Belgium. He is a world traveller and lives on the fertile slopes of an extinct volcano in Australia.