Set in the scenic Flemish-Limburg town of Sint-Truiden, the 19th-century Huis Nagels is considered by many as one of the most stunning witnesses of the Belle Époque in Flanders. In 2012, owners Ingrid Grobben and Herman Collignon opened the home’s doors to the public. It is hard to miss Huis Nagels when passing through the Stationsstraat: adorned by stunning eclectic ornaments, the house stands out in many ways. Inside, things get even better. With every corner you turn, a whole different style reveals itself: a rare Egyptian salon in pure Egyptomania style, a gothic billiard room, an extravagant Louis XV salon, and multiple renaissance rooms.