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Brussels Half-Day City Tour
"Your tour begins with a short walk to discover the heart of medieval Brussels in the famous Grand Place with its world-famous Market Square. Here you will hear about the history of the remarkable City Hall and quaint Guild Houses.Next you will tour the city by luxury coach to see the beautiful St. Michael's Cathedral the Congress Column the Heyseldistrict with the world-famous Atomium the Chinese Pavilion and the Japanese Tower. Passing the Royal Residence
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Brussels Half-Day City Tour
"Your tour begins with a short walk to discover the heart of medieval Brussels in the famous Grand Place with its world-famous Market Square. Here you will hear about the history of the remarkable City Hall and quaint Guild Houses.Next you will tour the city by luxury coach to see the beautiful St. Michael's Cathedral the Congress Column the Heyseldistrict with the world-famous Atomium the Chinese Pavilion and the Japanese Tower. Passing the Royal Residence
From EUR30.00
 
Private Tour: Brussels Day Trip from Amsterdam
"Meet your driver-guide at your centrally located Amsterdam hotel and then hop aboard a private air-conditioned vehicle and embark on the 2.5-hour drive south. Enjoy scenic views of the Belgian countryside before arriving in the lovely city of Brussels the capital of Belgium.After a photo stop at the iconic Atomium set off on a 1-hour panoramic tour of Brussels’ main attractions. Throughout the tour listen as your private driver-guide points out the sights while teaching you about Brussels’ important role in the European Union. Discover too
From EUR170.00

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Shoes

Bring comfortable shoes if you are staying in the heart of Brussels. The Cobble Stone streets are beautiful, but after a few hours of walking on them, your feet will kill if you are not wearing...
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You may not follow my recommendation but...

You will likely need raincoat and umbrellas in rainy Belgium. Yet, I admit that an umbrella is encumbering while walking through Brussels streets, trying to arrange snapshots with telelens... I prefer...
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Take with you:

Light handbag will really cause you less suffering by moving around when you are for a short period visiting Belgium! depends on the weather! Sure! You should take your Umbrela, just in case, you'll...
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Packing List

All over the year it's a good idea to bring warm weather clothes and cool weather gear as well as good rain-repellant coat or jacket! Bring your umbrella at anytime in the year! Climate in some...
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Nothing extreme

Depends on your way of travelling A sweater is neccesary and most of the time a jacket too. Most important : bring an umbrella, it rains a lot! Everything's easy to find.Drug stores you can find on...
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Belgian weather

The weather in Belgium is totally unpredictable. Of course, if the weatherman says it will be overcast, he will have more chances to be right, but actually you can have all kinds of weather in one...
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Umbrella or raincoat

It rains quiet often in Belgium. Mostly it's not pouring down, but just a few drops. But of course just a few drops, during a whole day can get you pretty wet!So, don't forget your umbrella or...
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Umbrella?

It's still hot in Sept in Brugge/Belgium, just cool in the morning and night, so summer wear with a jacket I heard that belgium rains a lot, but when I am here, it's sunshine everyday, umbrella is...
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Belgian weather

Always take your umbrella with you when going out: typical Belgian weather is something like 10 min. sunshine, 30 min. raining, windy and cloudy, sunshine again....We may experience all 4 seasons in...
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Packing List

It rains a lot in Belgium all year round so rain gear is a must. Umbrella will work inland where it is less windy but along the coast and in Bruges I would take a rain jacket with a hood. Proper...
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Environment

Squeezed between the Netherlands, Germany, Luxembourg and France, Belgium is one of Europe's tiddlers. The north is flat, the south dominated by the picturesque Ardennes and the 65km North Sea...
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When to go

You're unlikely to encounter extremes in weather during an average Belgian year. April to September is the warmest time, but be prepared for grey skies and soggy streets no matter what time of year...
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raincoat,sunglasses

A normal bag is good Shoes for the cities,heavy hiking shoes,casual clothes,hikingclothes,raincoat,sunglasses(weather in belgium is diferent from day to day) everithing you need to wash yourself,a...
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Depending on the time of year. Take solid shoes if you are planning to walk a lot. Also, take appropriate dresses if you intend to visit the churches. Well, with all those sights you just have to...
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Popular Cities in Belgium

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Brussels

Région de Bruxelles-Capitale
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Brugge

Provincie West-Vlaanderen
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Antwerp

Provincie Antwerpen
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Gent

Provincie Oost-Vlaanderen
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Oostende

Provincie West-Vlaanderen
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Ieper

Provincie West-Vlaanderen
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Top Hotels in Belgium

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Rue de l'Amigo 1 - 3, Brussels, 1000, Belgium
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Langerei 52, Bruges, West Flanders, 8000, Belgium
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Groenplaats, Antwerp, Antwerpen, 2000, Belgium
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Hoogpoort 63, (formerly "Sofitel"), Ghent, East Flanders, 9000, Belgium
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Hofstraat 1A, Ostende, West Flanders, 8400, Belgium
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Slachthuistraat 58, Ypres, West Flanders, B-8900, Belgium
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Top Things to Do in Belgium

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Atomium

Built for the international exhibition of 1958, this imaginative construction is a museum, with displays in five of its nine spheres. As Eiffel tower in Paris, it became one of the symbols of the...
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Belfry Tower - Belfort

The Belfry (Belfort) on Brugge's market square is a must-visit, despite the fact that it's rather expensive (8 Euros) and you normally have to queue for quite some time. However, you've got a great...
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Cathedral of Our Lady

Considered the largest Gothic Cathedral in the lowlands, as it has been rebuilt over the 100's of years there are elements of renaissance, rococco and baroque in the architecture, as well as...
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Sintbaafskathedraal -St Bavo Cathedral

The 1st building that so dominant from the road is Sint-Baafskathedraal/ St. Baaf (Cathedral of St Bavo), This beautiful Saint Bavo Cathedral dates back to the 10th century. It is based upon the...
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Fish Market

Here the fishing fleet of Ostend hold their fish auctions. Certainly worth a visit. Still today, fish is omnipresent in Oostende and one of the best reasons for a visit if your a fan of fresh...
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Menin Gate

We walked up to and through the archway, reading as we went some of the names of 55,000 British soldiers who died in uniform but have no known graves. As we did so we visulised and heard the scene...
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Norali

""Belgium by cows". Translation: Norali"
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belgianchocolate

"Belgium is like >. big!"
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Luchonda

"Belgium - So small but so different in landscapes"
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"My Homeland"
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"Paul's Journey Through Belgium"
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