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Beautiful and bold Belgium

Book flights to Belgium and find yourself in winding streets lined with awe-inspiring architecture, stopping off to refuel with delicacies such as sugar-dusted waffles, artisan chocolates and moules-frites.

Brussels is a fine place to start, with the incredible 17th-century Grand Place and Hergé Museum to discover.

But why stop there? The beauty of Bruges is unparalleled, its romantic canal surrounded by charming cobbled streets, ornate buildings and bustling markets.

Ghent is one of Belgium’s oldest cities and best-kept secrets. Medieval and classical architecture is contrasted by quirky, modern bars and restaurants.

Further north you’ll find the cultural powerhouse of Antwerp, home to vast collections of contemporary art and a magnificent 16th-century cathedral.

Fly to Belgium with Etihad Airways and start discovering this wonderful destination for yourself.

What's the weather like in Belgium?

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Belgium is a year-round destination. For sunnier days, the best time to fly to Belgium is between May and September, although there may still be some rain so pack a light raincoat.

December to March is winter in Belgium and a perfect time to see its picturesque cities blanketed in snow. The figures shown here are for Brussels.

Flying to Belgium with Etihad

grand palace in brussels

Brussels (BRU)

Brussels Airport (BRU) is the main airport in Belgium, located around seven miles (12 kilometres) from the city centre. Transfers from Brussels Airport are easy – there are plenty of trains every hour from early morning to late at night, heading to Brussels Central Station, or pre-book one with Etihad.

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Reasons to visit Belgium

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Visit historic cities

Belgium has a rich past. Brussels is home to an array of striking buildings such as the King’s House and the ornate guilds that line the sensational Grand Place. Walk through history in the nearby town of Waterloo and see the battlefield where Napoleon was famously defeated.

Immerse yourself in the turbulent history of Ghent’s Gravensteen – or Castle of the Counts – which housed the rulers of Flanders until 1353. The streets of Bruges are bursting with history, while Antwerp has proudly retained its medieval roots through its remarkable architecture.

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Enjoy fantastic food

Belgium is renowned for its chocolate, and walking tours are available in most major cities to take you through the history of its renowned chocolatiers. There’s so much more to local cuisine than just cocoa-based treats though.

To get a real taste of life in Belgium, hit the streets. Vendors pride themselves on their street food, with mayonnaise-doused frites and freshly baked waffles tempting passers-by. If you’re feeling more adventurous, seek out caricoles – boiled sea snails in a vegetable broth, a real Belgian delicacy.

the painting is one of the great altar pieces in the cathedral of our lady in antwerp

See incredible art in Antwerp

Antwerp has a rich art scene – visit the Fotomuseum Antwerp to see world-class photography or explore Belgium’s fashion history at the ModeMuseum.

If you want to see sculptures in the open air, the Middelheim Museum is a 30-acre outdoor art and sculpture park. There’s a permanent collection spanning more than 100 years of visual art. You’ll also find temporary exhibitions, which have previously featured the likes of Richard Deacon, Jef Geys and Thomas Schütte.

Things to know before you fly to Belgium

currency Currency

Belgium is one of many European countries to use the euro (EUR), with each euro made up of 100 cents. Credit cards are widely accepted throughout the country.

charities Tipping

Tipping is common in Belgium when eating out. Most restaurants or cafes will automatically add a 10-15 per cent service charge to the bill.

socket Plugs

The most common plug type used in Belgium is Type E or F – both with two pins. Electricity in Belgium is 220 volts, so check your laptop and phones are compatible or purchase an adaptor.

bus Getting around

Belgium has an excellent and reliable public transport system. If you don’t want to hire a car to travel around, then take the train. The carriages are comfortable, prices relatively low and the connections extensive.

Flying to Belgium: FAQs

Which is the best city to visit in Belgium?

The obvious choice is Belgium’s capital – Brussels – a bustling city with a proud multicultural heritage, but Bruges, Antwerp and Ghent also have plenty to offer.

Do they speak English in Belgium?

English is the second language of Belgium – around a third of residents speak English and in major cities such as Bruges, Brussels and Antwerp you’ll find many English speakers too.

What do they eat in Belgium?

Belgium is famous for its sweet treats but there’s also a rich seafood cuisine, with mussels, shrimp croquettes and eels on the menu. For a quick, traditional meal, grab a cone of frites with mayonnaise.

Why we love Belgium

“Belgium is like taking a trip back in time. Explore the streets and beautiful buildings of Brussels with a delicious, warm waffle in hand. A trip isn’t complete without stocking up on chocolate to take back for your friends and family.”

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