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Hotels in Belgium

Hotels in Belgium

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This country has so much to offer with a hotel to suit every budget

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Currency

Euro

Fun Facts

Belgium is home to the famous cartoon character Tintin.

Languages

The most commonly spoken languages are Dutch, French and German.

Local Time

1 hour ahead of UK Time

Frequently Asked Questions

Situated in northern Europe, Belgium enjoys very similar weather to the UK so if you are after sun then make sure you head there between June and August. The south enjoys warmer weather through the year but if you’re heading off for a winter break then make sure you pack some warm clothing and a coat.
Explore both history and beer from hotels in Bruges. There’s the Historic Centre of Bruges (a medieval settlement that’s now a UNESCO World Heritage Site) and Belfort (a tower that’s 83m tall and has 47 melodious bells). Breweries you can tour include De Halve Maan Brewery, Bourgogne des Flandres Brewery and – for a broader beer education – the Bruges Beer Experience.For a holiday that’s centred on walking and taking in the sights, hotels in Ghent are perfect. Visit St Bavo’s Cathedral for some Gothic architecture, or Gravensteen – a medieval castle with a mysterious and turbulent past. St Michael’s Bridge has a stunning central lantern and a bronze statue of the saint, while Saint Nicholas’ Church is one of the city’s oldest landmarks.If you’re planning a family holiday to Belgium, hotels in Antwerp are good for kid friendly attractions. Museum aan de Stroom has collections of history, art and culture, while Museum Plantin-Moretus traces the history of printing. Antwerp Zoo is 15 minutes from the City Centre and, a three-minute walk away from that, Chocolate Nation is the largest chocolate museum in the country.Hotels in Brussels are perfect for couples on a cultural getaway. Visit the Magritte Museum for your dose of art, or the European Parliament for a tour. The Musee des Beaux-Arts d’Ixelles has fascinating permanent and temporary exhibits, or at the Grand Place you can see the Town Hall and the Brussels City Museum.

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