Moving to Belgium offers people a chance to experience one of the most interesting cultures in the world, whilst also very rarely having a language barrier ever becoming an issue as many Belgians are bi- or tri-lingual.
The Belgians are extremely passionate about food and drink. Not only did they make some of the most important advancements in the making and designing of chocolates (yes, you have them to thank for that!), but they also gave the world waffles, and more surprisingly French fries. They also have a surprisingly low number of fast food restaurants, much preferring ‘real’ food. They also love their beers, drinking more per year than most other countries and having over 800 different beers made there alone.
Moving to Belgium is not just for those interested in cuisine though. Moving to France offers similar levels of gastronomical delights and moving to France is often favoured by many who are unfamiliar with the rich culture of Belgium. However, Belgium has a very liberal nature and is very much focussed on equality and fairness, being one of the first countries to legalise things were once quite controversial ideas. They were also the first country to produce newspapers and, surprisingly, a Belgian founded the Holy Roman Empire.
However, whilst it is the culture and great standard of living that may attract people to the country, there is one other interesting fact that is worth knowing about this somewhat enigmatic country: The Belgian motorway system is the only man-made structure visible from the moon. Not even the Great Wall of China gets that accolade.