Roeselare (Dutch: Roeselare in West Flemish: Roeseloare) is a Belgian city and located in the Flemish Region. This is a young market town, dynamic and innovative where you will feel the sweetness of life. There are many opportunities for tourists: shopping, pauses on a terrace, dining and cultural treasures. Among the must, include Rodenbach brewery, Cycling Museum and Castle Rumbeke. Roeselare also offers many amazing parks and the place is an excellent starting point for excursions. The town hall in rococo style in the central market square dates back to the 18th century. The town hall, the market and the Belfry are classified by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site. Rodenbach Brewery was founded in 1821. The facility tour includes an explanation of the process used to make a unique beer of its kind. The Rumbeke Castle Renaissance style dates from 1538, it is pleasantly situated in the Sterrebos forest. Currently, it houses the headquarters of the company Busworld, close, there are only thirteen region windmills to have survived until today. A unique bicycle museum can also be visited in Roeselare. The Roeselare-Lys canal was completed in 1872, has not only an economic advantage but also creates great opportunities for cycling and walking enthusiasts. Roeselare home to a family of giant puppets. The head of the family, Rolarius - which is also the alleged founder of the city - his wife Carlotta, his son Opsinjoorke and several other relatives, appear at parties and carnivals, dancing to the song of the giants. Roeselare also has a kind of folklore around the character named Peegie a honey merchant. This is somehow based on the true character of the city as a market town in its infancy. Go by train and you arrive at the station Roeselare. It is a little outside the city. But you can take a bus to the center of the city. Modern SNCB train station is halfway between Kortrijk and Bruges. There are two directions to choose from Brugge and Kortrijk. Of course you can travel from there to other cities in Belgium.