Belgium is a land of good cultural, artistic, architectural and gustatory surprises, which a tourist guide to Belgium will try to show. On the shores of the North Sea, we discover the coastline and its memories of the Belle Époque, which transport us through the sweetness of Paul Delvaux's paintings after tasting a grilled sole. Then, we descend to Bruges the Legendary by forking through the Westhoek Natural Park and the cultural and natural sites marked by the First World War. Then it is Ghent and its architectural jewels, its medieval canals, a castle on the water... Before leaving Flanders, it is of course necessary to make a detour to Antwerp and its own identity. Limburg and its mining past will also attract curious visitors to the heart of the mines and Flemish Brabant will seduce beer and brewery lovers. And now Brussels is already showing its snout! Surrealism, Art Nouveau, temple of the comic strip, capital of Europe. Finally, more discreet in its communication but without having less to offer, Wallonia is undoubtedly worth a long visit. Waterloo and its lion's hill, Binche and its world-famous carnival, Namur and its citadel with its great paces, Dinant and its elegant rock... And how not to mention Liège, the ŽCité ArdenteŽ which houses in its heart offbeat artists, divine waffles. Finally, Bastogne and its commemorative sites on the Second World War thrill the Ardennes. Wherever you are in Belgium, the Kingdom promises a holiday without fuss.

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When to travel?

The best time to travel to Belgium is between June and September, when temperatures become more pleasant and rains le...
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Weather forecast

The weather can change very quickly. In general, Belgium has a temperate oceanic climate subject to strong winds and...
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Since 2002, the euro has been the currency of Belgium, where there are many ATMs and the use of bank cards is widespr...
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For European Union nationals and Swiss citizens, a valid or expired identity card or passport less than five years ol...
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No vaccination is mandatory and no particular disease is to be feared in Belgium. However, make sure your vaccination...
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How to travel by yourself?

It is very easy to go alone to Belgium, the transport networks ,road, rail and air being very developed and the means...
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How to get organized?

The offer is diverse and varied to discover Belgium. Discovery of the Belgian countryside, city escapades in Brussels...
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As far as air travel is concerned, the distances are so short in Belgium that this mode of transport is unsuitable. B...
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Couleur Café is the unmissable meeting place for Brussels residents and tourists passing through, and welcomes more than 80,000 people in three days, including 3,000 campers. A festival of all urban music with more than 50 concerts, Couleur Café presents three stages for big billboards and African or Afro-Cuban concerts as well as spaces dedicated to electronic music in which we find the same desire for crossbreeding. Specialities of the ...

Les Fêtes de la bière et du houblon à Poperinge ! Samedi 20 et dimanche 21 septembre

Belgian beer lovers, beware! This message is for you...During the Beer and Hop Festival, Poperinge highlights its greatest treasures: hops and beer A festive fraternity party will open on the weekend. Sitting on long wooden benches, you will get to know the friends of the twin towns of Poperinge in a musical atmosphere (free entrance) On Saturday 20 and Sunday 21 September, the Tourist Office of Poperinge, in collaboration with the ...