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Hotels in Flanders

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The most commonly spoken language is Flemish.

Currency & Cost

The currency used in Flanders is the euro.

£10 = 3 pints of beer, or 2 meals in a fast food outlet.

Local Time

1 hour ahead of UK Time

Frequently Asked Questions

The best time to visit Flanders weather-wise is July and August, when temperatures can reach into the mid-twenties. This tends to be the busiest time, however. You might choose to visit in May, June or September when it’s slightly less crowded, but still warm.The winter months can be a great time to visit in terms of things going on. Annual carnivals are held in February and early March, which are always lively and colourful. If you’re travelling in November or December, you won’t want to miss the brightly lit up Christmas markets, full of seasonal cheer.
There are some great family hotels in Brussels, Flanders’ capital. The futuristic Atomium is a must-see, made up of nine huge metallic balls connected by steel columns. Other family friendly attractions include the 19th-century steam engines found in Train World, and the interactive Musee des Sciences Naturalles.Couples will want to book a hotel in Bruges. Known as the “Venice of the North”, the Burg and Markt squares are surrounded by stunning Gothic architecture, while the medieval belfry dominates the skyline. When the sun sets, you can take a romantic stroll along the canals, before stopping off for a drink at one of the many bars.For an eclectic mix of old and new, find a hotel in Antwerp. Famed for its maritime history, the Port House features a dynamic glass-covered structure atop an old fire station. Equally quirky in design is the MAS museum, where you can find out about Antwerp’s status as a key European port. It’s also a great place to visit for its nightlife, from hip bars to multi-floor disco clubs.If you’re looking for a relaxed town in a beautiful setting, choose a hotel in Ghent. The ancient architecture is illuminated to great effect at night, and every three years the Ghent Light Festival features innovative light art from international artists. It’s also famed for its excellent vegetarian cuisine.Hotels in Hasselt will place you in one of the greenest areas of the country. Take a walk through the Kiewit Nature Reserve and enjoy a picnic in one of its five gardens. Alternatively, hire some bikes and cycle through the De Wijers nature reserve known as the land of a thousand and one ponds.

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