Belgium Tourism Packages

Belgium Tourism Holiday Packages

Most people consider Belgium to be a chocolate manufacturing, beer guzzling country, but this splendid place has much more to offer than you can expect. Speckled with majestic facades, it is a haven for art lovers. You can find the most visually appealing masterworks displayed in a creatively imaginative way through scores of museums and galleries. However, it does not mean that the nation disappoints the fun and adventure seekers as there are umpteen options for indulging yourself in the beautiful alleys of Belgium. From paragliding to canoeing, carnivals, animal fairs and beer fests – you can find it all here. In fact, Belgium tourism has grown over the years thanks to the Gothic cathedrals, diamonds, mussels, medieval towns, canals, castles and more.You can reach Belgium by air and travelling within the country is quite effortless and inexpensive as the geographical area is quite small. The northern part of the country speaks Dutch while the southern half converses in French, however tourists don’t face a problem as English is understood and spoken throughout the region. In case, you have embarked on a Euro trip and wish to stopover in Belgium, then the best way to reach the country is by train. Belgium tourism packages offer the opportunity to discover the capital city of Brussels. Here you can visit Manneken Pis that is famous all over the world for showcasing the rebellious spirit of Brussels. Mini Europe in the town recreates all the major edifices of Europe in their miniature versions and the Atomium that represents an atom offers scenic views of the city from the top and houses a restaurant. One cannot miss the Grand Place or market square, which is renowned for its beauty.Whether you are travelling with family or taking your first steps into holy matrimony, our tours cover all your requirements and offer unprecedented services. Once in Belgium, you can travel to Antwerp that is known as the global diamond hub. It is also famed for its fashion sense, architectural gems and effervescent art scene. This place was the nucleus of art during the 16th and 17th century when legends like Van Dyke and Ruben lived here and it remains so even now. You can pay a visit to Rubenhuis, house and studio of the artist where his creative genius has been showcased for the public eye. The fashionistas can make a beeline for the Antwerp Fashion Museum (MOMU) and the history enthusiasts can enjoy a rendezvous with Red Star Line Museum in the beautiful town. Well, you can also buy a shining rock from here if you are planning to pop the question soon. Plus, savouring the local gin is a must-do.Later, make your way to Bruges, which is called the ‘Venice of the North’ because of its cascading canals that gleam under the scintillating sunrays throughout the city. Romantic to the core, this quaint town is dotted with sugary aroma infusing chocolate shops as well as a chocolate museum. Beer lovers and food connoisseurs can have a great time here tasting an array of the chilled beverage and sampling culinary delights.Belgium is home to various war sites from ancient times. You can visit the battlefield of Waterloo where Wellington defeated Napoleon. Witness the Last Post being played every day in Ypers. There is also the theater of war, where one of the renowned battles of World War II took place near Bastonge. Relive the tragic past exploring the grounds, monuments and cemeteries at your own pace. Next move to the tranquil city of Ghent that lures tourists with its extravagant showcase of cafes, restaurants, and historic cathedrals. Built in the middle ages, the castle of Gravensteen is a treat to the eyes. Perched along a water body, it offers a splendid view of the city. Take a cruise boat ride on the canals and visit the churches to marvel at the ancient paintings like the Mystic Lamb. Since the pint is abundantly available all over the country, you can take a beer tour to savour as many as 650 diverse types of the drink. The best places to dine out with your loved ones include Mt Rigi, which is a chalet style bar and eatery and Salon des Lumieres that takes you back into the enriching past with its film-set like décor and beautiful chandeliers. Don’t miss the gastronomic treats awaiting visitors at bistro Arcadi that serves some of the most delectable sugary delights. Shopaholics can have a gala time visiting various plazas and emporiums to grab the best designer outfits as well as some unconventional trends. You can make a pit stop at Gabriele where you can find an assortment of sophisticated and quirky apparels and accessories. Then there is L’Heroine, which allures all fashionistas to embark on a shopping spree of dresses, scarves, drapes etc. Offering a reason to everyone to visit the country at least once, Belgium calls out to all tourists with open arms. So what are you waiting for? Get set and go!
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My husband (K) had some work in Belgium, and I decided to join him for the short trip to the beautiful city – how could I not? Belgium is famous for all my kind of things – Belgian chocolates, Belgian waffles, the ever so decadent Belgian fries and Belgian beer.. This was one trip which was simply screaming my name!
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