Bruges is most famous for its landmark, a 13th-century belfry, housing a municipal carillon comprising 48 bells along with many other buildings.
The town is also sometimes referred to as "The Venice of the North" due to it's very picturesque canals which wind their way through the city center.
Belgium is well known for its creativity and taste for chocolate which I loved the most about the trip. There are many good restaurants and most people speak english when it comes to ask for directions.
There are many nice museums which one can visit. However, I chose to visit the chocolate museum where I learned everything about the history of chocolate and they also offer life shows on chocolate making. The other quirky museum was the "Fries" museum. Apparently it was not the French who inveted making "French Fries" but the Belgiums!! A lot of fun. (If you like potatoes that is)
I visited Belgium just after Christmas and it was freezing, perhaps not the best time to visit, but it was still fun.
Link about the museums are below.