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Experience the charm of Belgium on one of our 8-12 day tours. From the historic cities of Brussels and Bruges to the stunning countryside and delicious cuisine, Belgium offers a rich cultural experience. 

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Experience the charm of Belgium with our tours. Immerse yourself in the historic allure of Brussels, where the grandeur of the Grand Place and the iconic Atomium await. Wander through the medieval streets of Bruges, often referred to as the "Venice of the North," with its picturesque canals and quaint architecture. Beyond the cities, discover the stunning Belgian countryside, dotted with charming villages and lush landscapes. Indulge in Belgium’s world-renowned cuisine, from decadent chocolates and waffles to savory dishes like moules-frites.

The holiday markets in Belgium are a festive delight, featuring charming stalls selling artisanal goods, delicious treats, and unique holiday decorations. Visitors can enjoy the enchanting atmosphere with twinkling lights, ice skating rinks, and the aroma of warm waffles and mulled wine filling the air. Whether you're exploring ancient castles, sampling local brews in traditional pubs, or strolling through vibrant markets, Belgium offers a rich cultural experience that captivates every traveler.


Brussels, the capital of Belgium, is known for its historic architecture and vibrant culture. The city's heart is the Grand Place, a UNESCO World Heritage site, renowned for its stunning baroque guild halls and the majestic Town Hall, offering a glimpse into Brussels' rich history. A visit to the Atomium, a unique structure resembling an iron crystal magnified 165 billion times, provides panoramic views of the city and houses fascinating exhibitions. For those interested in politics and modern history, the European Parliament offers guided tours, allowing visitors to learn about the workings of the European Union. Together, these attractions highlight the diverse and dynamic essence of Brussels, making it a must-visit destination.


Flanders offers a captivating mix of historic cities and beautiful landscapes, each with its unique charm and attractions. This is the Dutch-speaking northern part of Belgium, and East Flanders is situated in the northwestern part of the country.

Explore the medieval city of Bruges, often called the "Venice of the North," with its winding canals, cobblestone streets, and well-preserved Gothic architecture.

In the vibrant city of Antwerp, discover a bustling cultural hub renowned for its impressive cathedral, vibrant fashion scene, and the works of the famous painter Rubens.

The historic battlefields of Ypres provide a poignant reminder of World War I, with preserved trenches, cemeteries, and the iconic Menin Gate memorial, where the Last Post ceremony is held daily.

Discover the vibrant city of Hasselt, where history meets modern charm, offering visitors a delightful blend of cultural treasures, exquisite cuisine, and warm hospitality that makes the city a must-visit destination.

Ghent, located in the East Flanders province, is part of the Flanders region in Belgium. Ghent is known for its well-preserved medieval architecture, vibrant cultural scene, and historic landmarks such as Gravensteen Castle and St. Bavo's Cathedral.


Waterloo, located in the Walloon Brabant province, is part of the Wallonia region in Belgium. Wallonia is the predominantly French-speaking region of Belgium, and Walloon Brabant is situated in the central part of the country, just south of Brussels. Waterloo is famously known for the Battle of Waterloo, where Napoleon Bonaparte was defeated in 1815.

Frequently Asked Questions About Belgium Travel & Tours

  • When is the best time to tour Belgium?
    The best time to visit Belgium is from April to October when the weather is mild and outdoor activities can be enjoyed.
  • What are the best places to visit in Belgium?
    Brussels, Bruges, Antwerp, and Ghent are top destinations in Belgium.
  • Are credit cards widely accepted in Belgium?
    Yes, credit cards are widely accepted in Belgium, including in taxis and rural areas. Check out this article on exchange rates and using a credit card abroad.
  • What is the currency in Belgium?
    The currency used in Belgium is the Euro (€). Belgium adopted the Euro in 2002, replacing the Belgian franc. The Euro is widely accepted across the country, and you can easily exchange your currency at banks, exchange offices, or ATMs. It's advisable to carry some cash for small purchases, especially in rural areas, although credit and debit cards are widely accepted in most shops, restaurants, and hotels.
  • What to pack for a trip to Belgium?
    When packing for a trip to Belgium, consider the season and the activities you plan to undertake. For most of the year, Belgium experiences mild weather, so packing layers is essential. Bring a mix of light clothing for warmer days and warmer layers for cooler evenings. A waterproof jacket and comfortable walking shoes are highly recommended, as Belgium is known for its frequent rain. In winter, pack a warm coat, gloves, and a hat. Don't forget essentials like travel adapters, a reusable water bottle, and any personal medications. If you plan to visit religious sites, modest clothing is respectful.
  • What voltage do they use in Belgium?
    Belgium uses a standard voltage of 230 volts and a frequency of 50 Hz. The power plugs and sockets are of type C and E. Type C has two round pins, and type E has two round pins with a hole for the socket's male earthing pin. If your electrical devices use a different voltage or plug type, you will need a voltage converter and a plug adapter. Most modern electronics like smartphones, laptops, and cameras are compatible with 230 volts and only require an adapter to fit the local sockets.
  • Is English widely spoken in Belgium?
    English is widely spoken in Belgium, especially in larger cities and tourist areas. Belgians are generally multilingual, with many speaking French, Dutch, and German as well. In Brussels, the capital, and other major cities like Antwerp, Ghent, and Bruges, you will find that most people in the hospitality industry, such as hotel staff, restaurant servers, and tour guides, are proficient in English. However, learning a few basic phrases in French or Dutch can be appreciated by the locals and enhance your travel experience.
  • Is Belgium a safe travel destination?
    Yes, Belgium is generally a safe country to travel to. The country has a well-developed infrastructure and a high standard of living, contributing to overall safety and security. However, like any travel destination, it's important to stay aware of your surroundings and take basic precautions. Petty crimes such as pickpocketing can occur, particularly in crowded areas and tourist hotspots like Brussels, Antwerp, and Bruges. It's advisable to keep your valuables secure and be vigilant in busy places. Still, like any other country, it is important to stay aware of your surroundings, especially in crowded tourist areas, and follow standard travel safety practices.
  • How many days should I spend in Belgium?
    We recommend spending at least 7-10 days in Belgium to explore its major attractions and enjoy its diverse regions. How many months in advance should I plan a trip to Belgium? We recommend you plan your Belgium trip between 3 -10 months before you want to travel. Airlines don’t publish fares much further out than 10-11 months. You should look to book your vacation once you can lock in your flights. between 3 -10 months before you want to travel. Airlines don’t publish fares much further out than 10-11 months. You should look to book your vacation once you can lock in your flights. Luckily, we take care of all of that for you. If travelers want to go for a special anniversary or event, they’ll book years in advance so they know they are set and can let us handle it from there. It’s essential to ensure your passport is valid for at least six months after you’re planning to return to the States and that you have any visas you’ll need to travel. Planning earlier allows you plenty of time to renew your passport or apply for a visa if required. Travel rules are changing daily. Check and make sure you’re ready to go with our simple destination guide.

Why You Should Take a Trip to Belgium

Belgium’s rich history, stunning architecture, and delicious cuisine make it a top travel destination. Enjoy the charm of its historic cities, the beauty of its countryside, and the warmth of its people. Wondering what it’s like to go on a guided tour? Check out our Frequently Asked Questions about Guided Vacations to learn more.

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