Oostende in Flemish is a busy beach town were local fisherman sell their catch of the day. The city itself is called "the queen of the Belgian Coastel cities" and along the beach you will find endless condo's, hotels, restaurants and cafe's. Patio's are popular and shielded from the strong winds. Day and evening markets are popular. A great place to sit back and watch the sunbathers. Here you can find all kinds of food, from hot chocolate, waffles, gourmet dining or just one of over 500 different beers Belgium has to offer. Go-carts that seet up to 8 people are a fun way to ride in with friends.
Oostende is a town in the Belgian province of West Flanders, it is one of the major coastal cities of belgium
Oostende received city rights in 1267, but the first traces of habitation date from the 9th and 10th centuries
Oostende has a tourist and historical center and in 2010 was given the title 'Cultural capital of Flanders'.
Oostende is best known for the promenade with a coastal front of apartment buildings
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