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How do I divide my time up in Belgium

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My husband and I will be driving to Belgium after our stay in Normandy. We have plenty of time for Belgium where we have never been before. We plan on going to Luxembourg after Belgium eventually flying home from Frankfurt.

I know my husband would be very interested to set up private tours of the WWI (Flanders Fields) sites and WWII Battle of the Bulge sites. I am very confused about how much time to spend in the cities of Belgium (Brussels, Bruges, Ghent and maybe Antwerp) and whether we should stay in one place and do some of these as day trips or move around. Also, how much time needs to be allotted to the WWI and the WWII sites?

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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