Ostende / Belgium
Ostend (Ostend Ostend, French Ostend) is a port town and a seaside resort on the Belgian North Sea coast in the province of west Flanders with a population of around 69,000.
With the world's longest tram - the coast tram - one reaches all Belgian places on the coast from De Panne to Knokke. The city is a traffic intersection (car, train, ship and airplane).
Ostend is home to the royal summer residences, a spa, marinas, fishing ports, shipyards and a ferry port for transportation to England.
Ostend is also known as the "queen of the seaside baths" and is a charming, lively city with picturesque corners, a cozy amusement district and a varied gastronomy scene with about 300 restaurants. The beach promenade stretches over the entire seafront and is lined with streetcafes and fine restaurants.