Yes, Belgium is open to North American tourists
Belgium is open to non-essential (tourist) travel from the US and Canada.
Can American tourists enter Belgium? Yes
Can Canadian tourists enter Belgium? Yes
Unvaccinated travelers from the USA and Canada may enter Belgium. A negative test certificate* is required.
Fully vaccinated (2 doses of Pfizer, Moderna or Astra-Zeneca, 1 dose of J&J) travelers from the USA and Canada may enter Belgium. There is no test requirement for fully vaccinated travelers.
Travelers from the USA and Canada who have received a Covid-19 booster may enter Belgium. There is no test requirement for travelers who have had a booster shot.
* Testing rules
Negative PCR test results are valid for 72 Hours from the time the test was taken. Negative Antigen test results are valid for 48 Hours from the time the test was taken
Passenger Locator Form
Antigen or PCR Testing for Returning Home
There is no longer a requirement for US citizens returning to the US to provide a negative PCR or Antigen test, since June 10 2022.
General COVID-19 measures to be aware of
- maintain physical distance (1.5 meters)
- maintain hand hygiene and disinfection (we will provide a personal bottle of hand sanitiser to you upon arrival)
- For as long as masks are required, we will provide a disposable mask of the required type for each day of your trip.
Restaurants & Dining
Proof of covid status required to enter restaurants: Nothing
Proof of covid status required to enter sights: Nothing