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Belgium Packages

Duration Price
The Gems of Belgium8 days & 6 nights
INR 1,20,000
Highlights of Central Europe with Brussels7 days & 6 nights
INR 1,45,000
Best of Belgium with a Day Trip to Antwerp6 days & 5 nights
INR 1,20,000
Brussels, Bruges and Beach7 days & 6 nights
INR 1,47,000
Timeless Brussels & Bruges8 days & 7 nights
INR 1,40,000
Belgium Heritage with Dinant Wonders8 days & 6 nights
INR 1,45,000

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Get ready for an awesome trip to Belgium, one of the most significant countries in Europe! With Belgium Tour Packages from Thrillophilia, your journey is set to be a blast. From the historic charm of Bruges to the vibrant city life in Brussels, our packages cover it all. You can explore the stunning sights of Belgium with our well-thought-out itinerary.

Dive into Belgium's rich culture by trying the local food, and visit famous places like the Grand Palace and Pairi Daiza. There are various places to visit in the country like Brussels, Bruges, Ghent, Ardennes, and Leuven, with multiple attractions to cover. You can take a stroll along the picturesque canals of Bruges, climb to the top of Atomium in Brussels for amazing views, and indulge in some delicious Belgian chocolates as well. For adventure seekers, Belgium offers thrilling activities like rock climbing and kayaking too! So, make your Belgium Trip memorable by exploring the best of this country by travelling with Thrillophilia.

Our Belgium tours are inclusive of accommodations, meals, transfers, and guided sightseeing tours. We also offer our customers a wide range of activities to undertake, for example cultural tours, adventure activities like kayaking and trekking, and much more. You can also customise your itinerary, and rely on our on-ground experts as well as tour operators for a seamless trip. Our range of Belgium tour packages caters to all kinds of travel budgets as well, promising you a thrilling experience within your set budget. Experience the best of hospitality with our customer care department who are ready to help you 24/7. 

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What are the famous places to visit during the Belgium Tour?

1. Grand Palace, Brussels: Probably one of the grandest and most sought after places to visit in Belgium Packages, the Brussels Grand Palace stands out in all its regal glory. The Grand Palace acts as the central city square and sits at the very heart of Brussels.

The square is surrounded by some of Brussels’ most memorable landmarks, including the Guilds of Brussels, the Town Hall and the King’s House, all known for their flamboyant Neo-Gothic architecture. It is also one of Belgium’s most popular UNESCO Heritage Sites.

- Best for:
Live cultural events, flower shows in August
- Location: Grote Markt, 1000 Brussel, Belgium

2. Comics Art Museum, Brussels:
Home to everyone’s childhood favorite comic detective Tintin, it is no surprise that Brussels also houses one of the world’s biggest comic arts museums. The Museum, housed within a gorgeous Victoria Horta building dating back to 1906, pays homage to the French and Belgian writers in the country’s past and present. A constantly renewed exhibit of more than 200 original comic strips are on display here. The Museum also hosts an impressive collection of original drafts, manuscripts and sketches.

- Best For:
Live exhibitions, original comic art
- Location: Rue des Sables 20, 1000 Bruxelles, Belgium
- Timings: 10.00AM- 06.00PM on all days of the week

3. Antwerp Zoo, Antwerp:
Home to one of Europe’s largest collections of animals, the Antwerp Zoo is among the top places to visit in Belgium trip packages. Established in 1843, it is among the oldest animal parks in the world. Apart from its share of native animals and birds, the Zoo is also home to some of the country’s more rare and endangered species, such as the okapi and bonobo. The Zoo also offers a number of exciting activities, such as walking through the Valley of Apes, the Skywalk with its panoramic views, a Butterfly Garden and an Aquarium.

- Best for:
Art Deco exhibits, interactive exhibits 
- Location: Koningin Astridplein 20-26, 2018 Antwerpen, Belgium
- Timings: 09.00AM- 05.30PM on all days of the week

4. Chocolate Nation, Antwerp:
Belgian Chocolate being so famed across the world, Chocolate Nation is definitely one of the unmissable attractions included in Belgium tour packages. It is the largest Belgian Chocolate Museum in the world. Upon entrance, visitors are greeted by multimedia exhibits showcasing the process of chocolate making from start to finish. The Museum also hosts a number of chocolate making workshops and tastings, where one can try their hand in the art.

- Best for:
Chocolate store, chocolate making workshop
- Location: Koningin Astridplein 7, 2018 Antwerpen, Belgium
- Timings: 10.15AM- 06.00PM on all days of the week

5. Quay of the Rosary, Bruges:
One of the most photographed places in Europe, the Quay of the Rosary forms an unmissable part of all Belgian packages. Once a trading port, the Quay retains its erstwhile glory in its rustic canals and age-old brick buildings. Here, the Groenerei and Dijver canals meet, adding to its romantic charm. Making a stop at the Quay is definitely recommended, whether you  choose to visit the place during the golden daylight hours or at night, when the city is lit up around it.

- Best for: Boat trips, seasonal food stalls, flea markets
- Location: By the Bruges Fish Market

6. Belfry of Bruges, Bruges: One of the city’s most prominent symbols, the Belfry of Bruges is a medieval Clock Tower right at the heart of Bruges. It’s historical significance has made Belfry one of the top attractions in all Belgium tour packages. A series of 366 steps lead one to the very top of the Belfry Tower, which promises stunning panoramic views of the city. Among other things, the Belfry is home to 47 melodious bells, which ring out from time to time.

- Best for: City views, Museum, Old Treasury tour
- Location: Markt 7, 8000 Brugge, Belgium
- Timings: 09.00AM- 08.00PM on all days of the week

7. Gravensteen Castle, Ghent: Also known as the Castle of the Counts, Gravensteen pays tribute to Flanders’ turbulent political past. It is one of Europe’s only castles that still has its defense system and most preserved in their original states. A tour through the castle will take one through the castle’s hidden alleys and passageways, offering an impressive insight into the way of life here during the Middle Ages. Gravensteen Castle also hosts a number of cultural festivals and events throughout the year.

- Best for: Cultural events, torture chamber tour, video tour
- Location: Sint-Veerleplein 11, 9000 Gent, Belgium
- Timings: 10.00AM- 06.00PM on all days of the week

8. Graslei Canal, Ghent: One of the best leisure destinations to be included in Belgium tour packages, Graslei Canal is an absolute treat to the senses. The picturesque canal glides alongside some of Ghent’s biggest attractions, such as the House of the Free Boatmen and the House of the Grain Weighers. The Canal is an ideal place for a leisurely evening stroll, and can be easily declared as one of the most romantic places to visit in Belgium packages.

- Best for: Casual strolls, Boat tours, Architecture
- Location: Graslei, Belgium

9. St. Peter’s Church, Leuven: Standing in the middle of Leuven’s Central Square, St. Peter’s Church is one of the finest examples of traditional Brabant architecture that one can find in Belgium. A significant part of all Belgium tour packages, the Church stands out for its historic structures; it’s many treasures include a splendidly sculpted Baroque pulpit dating all the way back to 1742. The erstwhile choir at St. Peter’s has now been converted into the Museum of Religious Art, and is home to several historic gems, including the painting of Last Supper by Dirk Bouts.

- Best for: Baroque Architecture and Sculpture Work, Art Museum
- Location: Grote Markt 1, 3000 Leuven, Belgium
- Timings: Wednesday: Closed
Thursday- Tuesday: 10.00AM- 04.30PM

10 .Great Beguinage, Leuven: One of Leuven’s most charming quarters, the Great Beguinage is an absolute must visit in all Belgium trip packages. The historical community was once home to over 300 beguines,and is now a part of the University quarters. It’s charming streets and alleys have now been restored to resemble its original charm, and walking through the streets here really does give one the impression of travelling through time in history.

- Best for: Traditional beguin tours, church houses
- Location: Groot Begijnhof 67, 9040 Gent, Belgium
- Timings: Monday, Wednesday and Saturday: 09.00AM- 12.00PM

What is the best time for a Belgium tour?

The best time for a tour of the country is during the warmer months of May to October. The weather during this time remains cool, dry and pleasant, making it the best time for one to enjoy the many attractions and activities included in one’s Belgium trip package.

How to reach Belgium?

The only way to reach Belgium from India is by air. There are several flights connecting Brussels to the major cities in India. One can easily take a direct flight to the Belgian capital from cities like Kolkata, New Delhi, Cochin, Chennai or Mumbai, with layover options as well.

What is special about Belgium?

Among its many wonders, Belgium's most special aspect is its sweet goods. Belgian Waffle is renowned worldwide for its fluffy, soft texture, and has a variety of toppings. Similarly Belgian chocolate is one of the best quality chocolates produced anywhere in the world, and can be tried at any of the local stores or factories across the country.

How much does a trip to Belgium cost from India?

The cost of Belgian packages from India vary depending on the duration of visit, the kind of attractions and activities opted for, and the choice of one’s accommodation. A comprehensive tour can cost anywhere between Rs. 90,000 to Rs. 2,00,000.

How many days are enough for the Belgium tour?

A well-planned and accommodation tour of Belgium should ideally take one between 7 days to 10 days . Belgium, with its sprawling cities and ancient monuments, has much to offer, and a visit of any lesser duration would not allow one to explore its beauty in a leisurely manner.

Which is the cheapest city in Belgium?

The cheapest districts in Belgium are Colfontaine, Quaregnon and Bouss. However, when it comes to major tourist spots, Bruges is comparatively cheaper than its sister cities. Budget minded travellers can get by at rates as low as Rs. 6,000 per day in Bruges. The city has several free to visit attractions as well.

What languages are spoken in Belgium?

The three most widely spoken languages in Belgium are Dutch, French and German. Flemish is the most popular language used here, and is generally spoken throughout all the cities.

Which are the activities couples can do during the Belgium Tour?

1. Take a stroll through Lover’s Bridge: The picturesque Minnewater Park in Bruges is home to the famed Lover’s Bridge. Arching over the Lake of Love, this beautiful bridge might just be one of the most charming places to visit in Belgium packages. The weather here is nearly always pleasant, and offers beautiful views of the park. If you visit the park in summer, you will also be greeted with thousands of swans!

2. Take a hot air balloon ride: Taking a hot air balloon ride with a loved one might just be one of the most romantic things to do in one’s Belgium trip packages. There are several places where one can go hot air ballooning, Ypres and Bruges being two of the most popular sites. The balloon rides take place throughout the day, although taking one during sunrise or sunset might offer the most rewarding views.

3. Trek through the Sonian Forest: Brimming with often two hundred year old trees, the Sonian Forest is like something straight out of a Tolkein novel. The fantastic forests can be a great place for trekking, while more adventurous couples can decide to go camping here as well. The Sonian grounds are also home to three beautiful little lakes, which not only add to the beauty of the quiet forests, but can also be a great spot for fishing.

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