AdBlock Detected

It looks like you're using an ad-blocker!

Our team work realy hard to produce quality content on this website and we noticed you have ad-blocking enabled.

Love Belgium: Beer, castles, and crazy carnivals


Belgium’s main attractions are its medieval town centers, which are home to a slew of Unesco treasures and a plethora of wonderful cafe-bars offering some of the world’s best beers. 

There’s a lot more, too, from stalactite-filled caves to post-industrial heritage, forest-edged kayaking rivers and rural chateaux to sandy North Sea beaches. 

From the Flemish Primitives through Rubens’ sensuous nymphs and art nouveau’s sinuous curves, to strange surrealism, comic strips, and 21st-century fashion, cutting-edge museums and superbly endowed galleries reveal the complicated history of what has been a furnace of European art. Belgium is also home to some of the strangest carnivals in the world.

Despite its small size, Belgium is a land of stark linguistic, cultural, and physical diversity. The majority of the historic ‘art’ cities are located in largely flat, Dutch-speaking Flanders, luring visitors in with medieval belfries, beautiful market squares, and step-gabled buildings that frequently overlook lovely urban canals. 

These destinations, which are dotted with excellent museums and galleries, are near together and smoothly connected by regular public transportation. In contrast, much of hilly, French-speaking Wallonia is deeply rural, notwithstanding some intriguing post-industrial cities. To get to the region’s beautiful caverns, impressive castles, and bucolic valleys, where there’s infinite outdoor fun to be had, it’s helpful to have your wheels.

Prepare to gain a couple of inches on your waistline: Belgium’s exceptional spectrum of culinary specialties extends far beyond the country’s small size and is not targeted towards dieters. Brussels and Liège fight for the best waffle, while a plethora of specialty stores sell some of the world’s most decadent chocolates. 

Jumbo mussels are served with crispy, twice-fried frites that you should never refer to as “French” fries. Then there’s beer, of course. In Belgium, brewing is a nearly mystical skill, with a dazzling rainbow of distinct varieties, most notably the six great Trappist beers, which are still made in live monasteries.

Holiday Deals

All Inclusive holiday Flights included from 240 Euro  Book Here

Cheapest Best Hotels in Belgium    Check Prices

Book a hotel with a discount and save up to 60%    Check Prices

Jetradar searches travel and airline sites to help you find

cheap flights at best prices                    Check Here

Belgium’s Top 4 Things to Do

Skip-the-line ticket to Mini-Europe  

Discount Ticket Here

Brussels sightseeing tour with a stop at the Atomium

Discount Ticket Here 

Discover Belgium in 3 days coach tour from Brussels

Discount Ticket Here

Entrance ticket to Mu.ZEE    Discount Ticket Here

QEEQ – $50 Off Car Rental Coupon Package for New Signups + FREE Offline Map & GPS     Click here

OMIO – Train Tickets and Rail Passes in Europe     Click here

Insurance for any traveler
International Travel Insurance
Europe Travel / Schengen Visa Insurance          Check Prices


HostelWorld – Book cheap hostels across the world   Check Prices

Rail Europe  – Buy European train tickets, the safe and simple way   Check Prices

loveholidays  All-inclusive Holiday      Check Prices     


WeGoTrip – Self-guided tours with the mobile app    Click here

Things To Do Albania Holiday Travel

Explore Albania: Top Attractions and Activities in Tirana

Tirana, the capital city of Albania, is a vibrant and rapidly developing destination that has a lot to offer to tourists. Here are some of the top attractions and things to do in Tirana: Skanderbeg Square: This is the heart of Tirana, and it’s a great place to start your exploration of the city. The […]

Read More
Things To Do Barcelona Travel

Ultimate One Day Tour Guide: Explore Barcelona’s Top Attractions

Here’s a possible one-day itinerary for a tour of Barcelona: Morning: Lunch: Afternoon: Evening: Of course, this is just one possible itinerary, and there are many other things to see and do in Barcelona. But hopefully, this gives you a good starting point for planning your own one-day tour of the city. Enjoy your trip! […]

Read More
Things To Do Europe France Holiday Mediterranean

Top Night Activities in Marseille: Best Things to Do After Dark

Marseille is a vibrant city that truly comes to life at night. Here’s a possible itinerary for exploring Marseille by night: Evening: Start your night by heading to the Old Port, a historic and picturesque area that is the heart of Marseille. Here, you’ll find plenty of restaurants, bars, and cafes to choose from, as […]

Read More