Belgium is in Western Europe, and is bordered by France, Germany, Luxembourg and the Netherland. Its capital city - Brussels - is the biggest city in Belgium, as well as the capital of Europe.

Belgium has 3 official languages: French, German and Flemish (derived from Dutch), which is an added value in terms of tourism, all the more so as it is one of the most beautiful countries in Europe, with a rich variety of places of interest.


The country of chips par excellence, Belgium has almost 5,000 chip shops! You cannot visit it without tasting at least once its famous chips accompanied by a frikadel.


Brussels, in the centre of the country, is a gorgeous city not to be missed, in particular the most famous fountain of the country: the well-known Manneken-Pis (literally “little man pee”).

The Hergé Museum makes fans of comic strips happy. A real tribute to Tintin’s father. If you are interested in arts, the Magritte museum opens its doors to you. Enter the world of surrealist painting.


Further north, you can find Bruges, renowned for its canals and its chocolate. The city offers an idyllic setting where it is so pleasant to stroll.


The carnival of Binche is a must-see. It is one of the oldest carnivals in the country. Parade in the streets of this city with the “Gilles”, characters wearing a wax mask.


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