Photo: Château de Bourglinster
Château de Chimay. Photo: Patricia Portetelle
Captivating castles in Belgium and Luxembourg With beautiful countryside, picturesque villages and regal châteaux, it is easy to feel like you are stepping inside a fairytale land when visiting Luxembourg and Belgium. Did you know the latter boasts more castles per square mile than anywhere else in the world? Read on for our profiles on some of the most captivating castles these two countries have to offer. TEXT: ANNA VILLELEGER
DO NOT MISS: Château de Chimay Located in the Belgian province of Hainaut, this magnificent castle has been owned by the Prince of Chimay and his ancestors for centuries. Château de Beloeil Another gem in Belgium’s Hainaut province is the Château de Beloeil, which has been the residence of the Belgian Princes de Ligne since the 14th century. Château de Bourglinster In the heart of Luxembourg you will find Château de Bourglinster, which is famed for its gastronomy as well as its history and architectural beauty.
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Château de Beloeil
Promoting Belgium, The Netherlands and Luxembourg.