Hi Venu, I am sharing some details which may help you Time to visit :
High season in Belgium is during the summer months between July – August. The weather is quite warm, but the crowds will be higher, especially in coastal towns. The winter months, November – February, form the low season. Places to visit :
Royal Palace of Brussels
Saint Bavo's Cathedral Happy Travelling! Thanks,
Hello Venu, if you are visiting Belgium, below are the things you shouldn't miss... 1) take a local bus ride (not a tour bus) just take any bus where ever you are and roam.
2) Belgium has 2 political landscapes, better know what part you are traveling in while taking the tickets(flemish and Wallon).
3) Do not miss Mini Europe and Atomium.
4) Brugges is a must visit.
5) Eat as much chocolate as you can and drink as much beer as you can, Belgium is known for it
6) Take Ostenden trip too (beach), the train route will give you lifetime memories.
Forgot to mention earlier, if you wish to experience India in Belgium, Antwerpen is a must visit :p you would feel like you are in Gujarat, but it really is a nice place to visit too, other than the diamond market there are many places to visit in Antwerp like the Central train station, Riviernhof and all..
Forgot to mention once again, Flanders fields, which played great role in ww1, you will leave a piece of your heart there before you leave the place... read the poem by McCrae (in flanders fields the poppies blow) as you are anyway planning in April, that's the spring time there, you will be lucky enough to witness the poppies
April is the perfect time to visit Belgium.
You can plan 4-5 days in Brussel as there are many places which you can cover from Brussel on day trip
Day 1 : Local trip of Brussel
Day 2 : Local trip of Brussel
Day 3 : Day trip to Ghent & Bruges
Day 4 : Day trip to Luxembourg
Day 5 : Day trip to Amsterdam to check the Keukenhof Garden for Tulip. I went there last April . Let me know if you need any more details.
Hello, if you are still planning to visit Belgium, you are a great fellow. Firstly, I highly recommend visiting the historic center in Bruges. The architectural monument belongs to medieval objects. In earlier centuries, it was nothing more than a covered market. Trade was active here since many trade routes have always passed through Belgium. Secondly, turn your attention to the Basilica of the Holy Blood. The monument was built in the 12th century. This is the oldest building, preserved for posterity almost in its original form. According to the tradition of that time, the monument is located on the market square. If you are planning to book excursions https://loparemovals.com/is-belgium-a-good-place-to-live/, choose here, we ordered through this site and were more than satisfied. I hope you enjoy Belgium and come back here more than once
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