Belgium is located between the Netherlands, Germany, Luxembourg and France, bordering the North Sea. The capital of Brussels attracts not only a large number of tourists, but also the government of the European Union. Belgium's cities are famous for their magnificent buildings and offer insights into different cultures. Even outside the bigger cities, Belgium offers numerous possibilities. Hikers will love the Ardennes and water sports fans are attracted to the vast beaches of the North Sea coast.
As in other European countries, looking for accommodation in Belgium can be difficult. In the metropolitan areas such as Brussels or Antwerp, rental apartments are often more expensive. The largest selection of apartments is available on the Internet, but you can also get information through personal contacts, such as your future employer. Please note that the additional costs (like water or electricity) are usually not included in the rent and that a deposit is often required.
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