Are you going on a holiday to Belgium? Visit a glamping site

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See a country rich in history, yet hip in every sense of the word when visiting Belgium.

No one can say that Belgium is boring, from Bruges’ canals to the streets of Brussels, delicious chocolates, mussels and chips, crazy music festivals to works by Tintin or Trappist beer.

Visit Belgium for an unforgettable glamping holiday
Despite its modest size, Belgium is a country rich in culture and history, tradition and modernity, and a country full of adventure. The country’s medieval towns, home to countless UNESCO treasures and world-famous cafés selling the best beers, are without a doubt its most popular attractions.

When you leave the Belgian cities, you will find stalactite caves, primeval forests carved by ancient rivers and sandy beaches on the North Sea. Belgium is home to some of the world’s strangest carnivals and most famous music festivals, as well as groundbreaking museums and well-appointed art galleries. Belgium is a country of cultural, linguistic and topographical diversity.

Most of the old ‘art cities’ are located in Dutch-speaking Flanders, where visitors are enchanted by medieval bell towers, marketplaces and famous buildings overlooking canals, but French-speaking Wallonia is significantly more rural. It is easy to fill your Belgian holiday with outdoor life thanks to the region’s beautiful caves, majestic castles and picturesque landscapes. Of course, no discussion of Belgium would be complete without Belgian cuisine.

Brussels and Liège compete for the best waffle, while specialty shops with the most luxurious chocolate can be found all over the country. Giant mussels with crispy ‘fries’ are a familiar sight. And then there is the beer; brewing in Belgium is like a religion, and this mysterious skill offers a dizzying array of flavors, the best known of which are the six large Trappist beers still brewed in active monasteries.

Villatent Belgium has holidays that are as remarkable as the Belgian sights you want to visit! Glamping in Belgium can take you to Brussels attractions, beach holidays or just a quiet cabin in the woods. Making a booking at Glamping Hub Belgium is easy with our secure online form; Take a look for yourself and decide. Find one of Europe’s best destinations to visit on your next vacation!

The capital Brussels is one of the cities of Belgium
Brussels, the capital of Belgium, is a must-see place for anyone visiting the country. Glamping accommodation can be found on the outskirts of the city so you can spend a few days exploring one of our favorite Belgian cities. The Grand-Place, home to the Brussels City Hall (Hôtel de ville de Bruxelles) and the historic guild houses (Gildehuizeb), is a must-see in Brussels, as is St. Michael’s Cathedral, a Gothic church with two towers and beautiful stained glass windows. The iconic Manneken Pis monument on the nearby Rue de l’Etuve is an icon of the city; this funny little character is completely immersed in Brussels pop culture with souvenirs, graffiti and many more references to the child all over the city.

When is the best time to visit Belgium?
In our opinion, the best time to visit Belgium is between April and June or September and October. In spring and autumn the temperature is comfortable and there are fewer people than in summer. The summer months, from June to August, are the busiest months in Belgium. The winter months, November to February, are the low season, but these months are still home to big Christmas markets and chaotic carnivals, just like Lent. Summer temperatures in Belgium average around 25 ° C, but winters can be bitterly cold, averaging around 3 ° C.

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