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Belgium Vacation Packages & Private Tours

For decades, Belgium has been one of the most underrated countries in Europe. As more and more travelers unveil Belgium’s secret treasures and take in its easy-going ambiance, the country’s popularity grows. Yet Belgium never ceases to be an authentic, off-the-beaten-track destination that deserves a place in your next European itinerary.

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Popular Belgium Vacation Itineraries

Our suggested itineraries in Belgium and neighboring countries allow you to enjoy a multi-destination tour with ease. Our vacation packages make traveling in Central & Eastern Europe hassle-free. We take care of getting you from place to place, accommodation, excursions and activities.

Where to go in Belgium

No matter its small size, Belgium is abundant in postcard-perfect towns with fairytale-like architecture, canals, and quirky things to do and see. The country’s fascinating comic strip culture renders Belgium a unique playground of sorts for all ages. Belgium is a remarkably diverse country, not only because it has three official languages (Dutch, French, and German) but also because of its multicultural character.

With easy train connections within the country and to neighboring France, Germany, the Netherlands, and others, Belgium is the ultimate hub for a multi-day adventure across Europe.

The Best Destinations in Belgium

Every trip to Belgium should start with a visit to the country’s vibrant capital, the very symbol of the European Union. Brussels is a modern melting pot of cultures, people, and traditions, a city that manages to masterfully blend colorful comic book murals with superb examples of Art Nouveau architecture and UNESCO sites, such as the stunning Grand Place, with ultra-modern structures like the Atomium.

Beyond its capital, Belgium is dotted with incredibly quaint towns. Walking along the cobblestone alleys of Bruges or Ghent feels like stepping inside a gorgeous painting. Bruges boasts one of the world’s best-preserved historical centers, a celebration of Flemish architecture reflecting on the picturesque town’s canals. We’ve chosen Bruges as our second Belgian destination, and we think you’ll understand why when you get there.

A Journey into Belgium’s Tastes

You can’t leave Belgium without a taste of the country’s specialties. Belgium takes great pride in its pommes frites, and this is why you should do your best not to call them French fries there. The epitome of comfort food, pommes frites in Belgium are the most delicious in the world, especially if you dip them in homemade sauces, some of which you can only find in Belgium.

Fried mussels are yet another savory specialty you should try before surrendering to Belgium’s divine sweet treats. You must have tried Belgian waffles and Belgian chocolate before, but nowhere do they taste better than in their birthplace. To wash it all down, Belgium boasts hundreds of local breweries and more than a thousand local beers.

See Belgium With Us

At JayWay we always inspire you to go off the beaten path, and this is why we’ve included Belgium in the destinations we’re offering. All the tours and services we’ve handpicked for you in Belgium are run by knowledgeable locals who promise to make your trip to their country one to remember. Whether you’re only traveling to Belgium or looking to add it to your multi-day itinerary across many countries in Europe, leave it to us to show you the very best of Belgium.

Frequently Asked Questions about travel to Belgium

What's the best way to get to Belgium?
From the US there are direct flights from several US cities to Brussels, making Brussels a logical starting point for any trip to Belgium. If you're already in Europe, Belgium has excellent road and rail links with neighboring countries.
When is the best time to visit Belgium?
With a mild climate, there's never a bad time to visit Belgium, though it can rain quite often even in summer, so pack a light waterproof jacket for that eventuality.
How many days do I need to see Belgium?
If your trip is focusing just on Belgium then a week can be plenty of time. If you plan to combine some time in Belgium with one or more other countries, then at least ten to fourteen days would be advisable to avoid being rushed.
Which countries combine well with Belgium?
You can easily combine Belgium with France, or visit all the Benelux countries by adding Luxembourg and the Netherlands to your itinerary.
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