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BELGIUM

A charming European gem, blends historic allure, diverse culture, and culinary delights, offering a delightful experience for every traveler.

Belgium Attractions

Brussels

Brussels

Brussels, the vibrant capital of Belgium and the European Union, is a captivating city that blends historical grandeur, modern architecture, and multicultural charm, enticing visitors with its iconic landmarks, world-class museums, delectable cuisine, and a rich cultural tapestry that reflects its cosmopolitan character.

Bruges

Bruges

Bruges, often referred to as the "Venice of the North," is a fairytale-like medieval city in Belgium, with its charming canals, cobblestone streets, and well-preserved historic buildings, exuding an enchanting atmosphere that captivates travellers with its timeless beauty, rich cultural heritage, and romantic allure.

Antwerp

Antwerp

Antwerp, a dynamic city in Belgium, is a vibrant cultural and artistic hub that enthralls visitors with its stunning blend of old and new, boasting magnificent historic architecture, world-renowned art museums, a thriving fashion scene, and a bustling diamond district, making it a captivating destination that embraces both tradition and innovation.

Liege

Liege

Liege, located in eastern Belgium, is a dynamic and historic city renowned for its industrial heritage, ancient fortresses, and scenic riverbanks, offering a fascinating blend of medieval charm, contemporary arts, and a vibrant student atmosphere, making it an intriguing destination for history enthusiasts, culture lovers, and those seeking a vibrant urban experience.

Ghent

Ghent

Ghent, a picturesque city in Belgium, mesmerizes visitors with its well-preserved medieval architecture, romantic canals, and lively cultural scene, where historic landmarks, world-class museums, and a thriving student population create an enchanting and vibrant atmosphere that invites exploration and appreciation of its rich heritage and modern flair.

Namur

Namur

Namur, the charming capital of Wallonia in Belgium, captivates visitors with its scenic location at the confluence of the Meuse and Sambre rivers, offering a delightful mix of historic landmarks, a majestic citadel overlooking the city, picturesque streets, and a warm ambiance that invites exploration and appreciation of its cultural treasures and natural beauty.

Leuven

Leuven

Leuven, a lively university city in Belgium, enchants visitors with its historic architecture, cobblestone streets, and a vibrant cultural scene, where a prestigious university, centuries-old breweries, and welcoming locals create a warm and inviting atmosphere, making it an ideal destination to immerse oneself in history, academia, and Belgian hospitality.

Mechelen

Mechelen

Mechelen, a hidden gem in Belgium, charms visitors with its well-preserved medieval architecture, picturesque canals, and a rich cultural heritage, where historic churches, charming squares, and a welcoming ambiance invite exploration, offering a delightful and peaceful experience away from the tourist crowds, making it an ideal destination for history enthusiasts and those seeking an authentic Belgian experience.

Mons

Mons

Mons, a historic city in Belgium, delights visitors with its ancient roots, picturesque town squares, and impressive landmarks, including the UNESCO-listed Belfry and its renowned Ducasse de Mons festival, where a captivating blend of tradition, art, and warm hospitality create an enchanting atmosphere that invites exploration and appreciation of its unique cultural heritage and modern charm.

Ostend

Ostend

Ostend, a lively coastal city in Belgium, beckons visitors with its sandy beaches, bustling promenade, and maritime charm, where historic piers, art installations, and a rich maritime history come together to create a vibrant atmosphere, making it an ideal destination for beach lovers, art enthusiasts, and those seeking a refreshing seaside escape along the North Sea.

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Best Time To travel

Spring Season - April to June

Spring is a popular time to visit Belgium. This is a great time for exploring cities like Brussels, Bruges, and Ghent, as well as enjoying outdoor attractions and gardens. Spring festivals and events, such as the Brussels Jazz Festival and the Flower Carpet in Brussels, are also highlights.

Summer Season - July to August

Summer is another favourable time to visit Belgium. The weather is generally pleasant and warm, making it ideal for outdoor activities, festivals, and exploring historical sites. This is also a good time to experience local culture, as many cities host summer festivals, outdoor concerts, and open-air markets.

Early Autumn Season - September to October

Early autumn is considered one of the best times to visit Belgium. The weather remains mild, and the summer crowds start to disperse. This is a great time for cultural exploration, enjoying local cuisine, and visiting art museums. 

Late Autumn to Winter Season - November to February 

Winter is a cozy and festive time to visit Belgium, especially if you're interested in holiday markets and winter festivities. Cities like Brussels, Bruges, and Antwerp are adorned with holiday lights and decorations. This is also an opportunity to savour Belgian chocolates, waffles, and other traditional treats.

 

Currency

Euro (EUR)

 

Time Zone

Coordinated Universal Time (UTC+1)

Daylight Saving Time (UTC +2)

 

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