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The defining feature of the Benelux countries is their flatness. The highest point, in fact, is at the Signal de Botrange in Belgium: it totals a whopping 694 metres above sea level, but a handy tower allows you to climb an extra 6 metres and attain the lofty height of 700 metres. Wow.
The Ardennes offers a diversion from the flatness. This is a hilly region that stretches through southern Belgium and Luxembourg.
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Stuff your face with fine beers, Belgian chocolate and delicious food while you enjoy Belgium's medieval-themed cities.
Luxembourg is the little one. A tiny bit over 2,500 square km, this is one of the world's smallest countries. But it's a fascinating nation with a long, proud history and a picturesque landscape dominated by the Ardennes.
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