Belgium is a great country for doing business. You can find a wide variety of real estate for rent in Belgium. Both multinational companies and start-ups often choose office for lease in business centers due to their great flexibility and prestige. Therefore, the industry of serviced offices is in very good shape in Belgium. If you are not looking to rent workspace yet, here are a few reasons why Belgium is a great place to visit, and Belgian people are lucky to live there. Chocolate, beer, and diamonds What comes to your mind when you think of Belgium? Probably, chocolate. Belgium has been among world`s leading chocolate producers for four centuries. You can buy famous Belgian chocolate from more than 2000 shops nationwide. But people purchase the highest number of chocolate bars and boxes from Brussels National Airport: it seems nobody wants to leave the country without sweet luggage. According to statistics from the World Trade Organization, Belgium was global №1 exporter of chocolate (in 2000). The most well-known chocolate brands are Debailleul, Guylian, Leonidas, Neuhaus( the praline was invented by Jean Neuhaus), Godiva, Côte d'Or, and Pierre Marcolini. If chocolate is not your preferred delectable, you may try famous Belgian beer and choose from more than 800 kinds. On average Belgian people drink over 80 liters of beer annually. There are more than 180 breweries in Belgium. The city of Antwerp in Belgium is also the main diamond center in the world. (yearly turnover exceeds EUR 20 billion). The diamond trade started in 1447, and nowadays over 80 percent of the rough diamonds in the world go through Antwerp. Fair and motorway The Foire de Libramont is the largest agricultural open-air fair in Europe with about 200 000 thousand visitors and 5000 brands. The key focus of the fair is renewable energy, recycling, sustainable development. This “green” approach makes it one of a kind. The brightly-lit Belgian motorway system is the only man-made structure that can be seen from the moon. This must be a magnificent sight! Belgium can also boast of the world`s longest tram line - the Belgian Coast Tram (68km) between the French and Dutch borders, which opened in 1885. Places and people Belgium has three regions. The Flemish Region (Flanders) is divided into five provinces: Antwerp, Limburg, East Flanders, Flemish Brabant, and West Flanders. The Walloon Region (Wallonia), has five provinces, too: Walloon Brabant, Hainaut, Liège, Luxembourg, and Namur. The third region, the Brussels-Capital Region does not have any divisions. The Biggest cities in Belgium are Antwerp, Ghent, Charleroi, Liège, City of Brussels, Schaerbeek, Bruges, Anderlecht, Namur, and Leuven. Belgium has 3 official languages: French, Dutch and English, and many people are bi- or even trilingual. 98 percent of the Belgian population live in cities or suburbs, which is the highest rate in Europe. Moreover, the density of population here is the highest in Europe. Belgium is the country of immigrants - more than a half of all inhabitants are of foreign origin -the majority are from the EU countries, around 8% -from Morocco and 4 %-Turkey, which creates great ethnic and cultural diversity. Taxes and export The tax rates in Belgium are the highest in the world (people pay approximately 40% of their gross income). Almost half of the country’s GDP comes from taxes. However, the purchasing power per capita was 20,049 Euro in 2015. The country exports food, chemicals, machinery, finished diamonds, metals, etc.