Belgium in northwest Europe is a founding member of the European Union, and although small it hosts the headquarters of NATO and the EU in its capital, Brussels.
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Lille is at the crossroad of international railway network of Europe with easy access to Belgium and the UK. The famous Braderie in September is the main event for all shopping addicts.
Lille is also regarded as the European capital of online retail with main brands such as La Redoute, Les 3 Suisses, Camaïeu, Castorama and Décathlon having stores in the city.
Most visitors settle for a stroll by the canal, an evening boat trip or quiet after-dinner drink" For the culture side of things then you can't walk more than a street or two without finding something in that respect and you can see the details of tourist attractions here For the other side of things - well i've never been there for the nightlife personally (usually a day trip).
Here is a post on a forum from someone who was also there for a stag weekend which gives some idea's (see bottom of the page)
The majority of cities in Europe have a minimum of one train station, while larger, more populated cities have two or more stations.
Train stations, in general, are located in the heart of the city.
I know Bruges is not your normal stag destination, but that is what has been selected, and now I'm looking for ways to make it fun for a group of 16 guys. I love Brugge, but it is more city for couples looking for a romantic weekend rather than guys going for a fun one Look at this report
Yes some culture is ok and wanted, but also I'm interested to find out about a more fun side of the city? and you will see what I mean "Bruges' deathly quiet nightlife is a national joke among Belgians.
It is France’s 4th largest metropolitan area with about 1.1 million inhabitants and about 100,000 students.
In 2004, it was designated as the European Capital of Culture.
This is a great walking town, but if you're looking for romance or charm (easily found in Bruges), hop in a horse-drawn carriage or take a canal boat tour.