What are the most spectacular roads in Belgium?

Located in the western part of Europe, Belgium is a country covering an area of 30,528 square kilometers that shares borders with 4 countries: France, Germany, Luxembourg and the Netherlands. Divided into three regions: Flanders, Wallonia and Brussels, and without big mountains, the country is a paradise for bicycles and it hosts many iconic roads to ride on two wheels, as the brutal Mur de Huy. It’s one of the Most Iconic Cycling Climbs in Belgium, and one of the steepest, toughest and most spectacular finishing climbs in professional cycling.

It’s also worth driving the Muur van Geraardsbergen, one of the most iconic roads for cyclists, in the hilly southern part of East Flanders.

Located in Huy, in the country's Walloon Region and Province of Liege of Belgium, Mur de Huy (Wall of Huy) is one of the steepest, toughest and most spectacular finishing climbs in professional cycling.

The Muur van Geraardsbergen, also known as the Wall of Geraardsbergen, is a famous climb in the center of the ancient city of Geraardsbergen, in the hilly southern part of the Belgian province of East Flanders.

At an elevation of 694 metres (2,277 ft) above the sea level, Signal de Botrange is the highest point in Belgium.

Rue de Tintange is a short mountain road in Southern Belgium. This scenic drive runs along the Sauer (or Sûre) river.

Located in the Flemish province of East Flanders, close to the border of the Netherlands, Doel is an abandoned Ghost Town not far from Antwerp, a Belgian port that has swallowed up many similar small towns as it has grown over the years.

Vaalserberg is a mountain peak at an elevation of 322.7m (1,059ft) above sea level, located on the tripoint between Germany, Belgium, and the Netherlands.