The little fountain of Manneken-Pis in Brussels is visited every year by thousands of tourists. It is the background of pictures, inspiration for artists and part or the popular culture of the city. But not only the statuette offers a great attraction, its wardrobe, is on its own, something to admire.
Bruges, in Belgium, has been a touristic town for more than a century. But under all the picturesque streets, the canals, beer breweries and other touristic attractions, lies a city with a rich history. A heritage that lives in every corner of this city. With three UNESCO listings, one can’t stop asking, what is so special about Bruges?