Trendy hotspots, spectacular cuisine, gorgeous views and an array of adventures are waiting for your client in the Benelux region. Take advantage of so many great things so close together. Spend a day in Belgium taking a romantic cruise, hunting for diamonds, enjoying waffles, navigating a castle, discovering antiques and explore a fine art. In the Netherlands experience a classical musical concert, a canal cruise or a stroll through the tulips. Sip wine, ride a bike and eat to your heart's content in Luxembourg - With 13 starred restaurants and a total of 16 Michelin stars, Luxembourg has the privilege of having the most stars per capita of any city in the world.
- Preserved nearly perfectly since 1815 the Waterloo Battlefield near Brussels is where Napoleon's troops went up against those of Wellington and Blücher.
- Take in more than 20,000 drawings, sculptures, and paintings, which date from the early 15th century to the present at the Royal Museums of Fine Art in downtown Brussels on the Coudenberg.
- Enjoy sweeping city views as well remnants of brutal and punishing medieval times at the Gravensteen Castle fortress which was built to withstand and manage conflict and battle during a time of religious and social uprising.
- Restore, relax and rejuvenate in the town of Spa, a place famous for possessing healing hot springs. Need we say more?
- Known as the diamond center of the world for centuries, Antwerp Diamond Museum immerses visitors into a fascinating experience complete with audio and visual aids that cater to all languages.
- Once 15th century hunting grounds, the breathtaking Keukenhof Park near Lisse is the now the world's largest flower garden with more than seven million flower bulbs planted here each year.
- Experience the secret rooms and hiding places at the Anne Frank House, now a museum dedicated to the Jewish wartime diarist, on Prinsengracht canal in Amsterdam.
- Come see the world on a scale of 1.25 at Madurodam, literally a tiny city that includes everything from canals, gabled houses and all kinds of other typical Dutch scenes.
- A fairytale-like Gothic building, De Haar Castle is a luxurious place with ornamented woodcarving, beautiful old porcelain from Japan and China, and old Flemish tapestries and paintings.
- Founded in 1800 and moved to Amsterdam in 1808 on the orders of King Louis Bonaparte, the Rijksmuseum is a Dutch national museum that is dedicated to arts, crafts and history as well as a substantial collection of Asian art.
- The Netherlands is famous for its windmills and nowhere in the country can more of the powerful energy sources be seen than near Kinderdijk.
- Today only a stone tower base and belfry remain of the Chateau of the Counts of Luxembourg, one of Luxembourg's oldest chateaus that dates back to 936 and sits on a rock popular known as "the bock."
- Take in the majesty of seven brilliant castles (Mersch, Schoenfels, Hollenfels, two at Ansembourg, Septfontaines and Koerich) in Luxembourg's Eisch Valley, commonly referred to as Valley of the Seven Castles
- Set out from Luxembourg City to one of Europe's smallest wine regions in the Moselle Valley where there are more than a dozen towns and hamlets where visitors can try out local fruity whites.
- Prepare to bargain every Wednesday and Sunday at the Market at Place Guillaume in Luxembourg City where vendors are selling flowers, vegetables and other local goods.
Hop aboard the Petrusse Express and experience small streets, parkland and panoramic views of Luxembourg City along with commentary about the area.