Ostend, with its long sandy beach, casino, old tramway, Albert I promenade facing the North Sea, carnival, lively nights on the Langestraat, shrimp croquettes and waterside buildings, ...
Here is a postcard of the city which was, at the turn of the 20th century, the "queen of the beaches" of the Belgian coast.
The royal family then became infatuated with Ostend and the rich bourgeoisie followed suit. Ostend became a kind of Flemish Monte Carlo, of which some private mansions still stand out; today, Ostend remains the most popular destination on the coast. Both a port city and a seaside resort, it has a somewhat quirky and picturesque atmosphere, which can be felt above all in the Art Deco café of the Hôtel du Parc, strolling under the royal galleries or in the adjoining alleys in search of buildings that have survived its golden age.
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Guided tour of the historical heart of Ostend
Interactive Enigmas and Rallyes
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