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Belgium Trips

Belgium Trips

Cycling in Belgium


Cycling from Bruges to Amsterdam

8 Days from £ 1529

Self-Guided Holidays (Excl. Flights)

Cycle from Belgium to the Netherlands from the beautiful city of Bruges through West Flanders, along the coast, and into Amsterdam.


Cycling from Brussels to Bruges

8 Days from £ 1449

Self-Guided Holidays (Excl. Flights)

Visit the iconic cities of Brussels, Antwerp, Ghent and Bruges.


Cycling from Amsterdam to Brussels

8 Days from £ 1549

Self-Guided Holidays (Excl. Flights)

Linear trip cycling between two of Europe's historic capitals.


Top 5 Things to do on Belgium Trips

Try the Belgian Food: Food lovers from all over the world will agree that when visiting a country, one of the first things you should do is sample the local delicacies. And Belgium has lots of tantalising treats in store, especially for anyone with a sweet tooth. If you haven’t heard of Belgian waffles, where have you been? These sweet snacks not only look incredible, but they taste incredible too. Whether they’re drizzled with chocolate sauce or topped with strawberries, they’re simply delicious. Or if you prefer something more savoury, try the moules frites, mussels cooked in either Belgian beer or white wine and served with fries.

Cycle through the Sonian Forest: Lying on the outskirts of Brussels, the Sonian Forest covers more than 4,000 acres and is a natural paradise best explored by bike. The cycle paths, bridges and tunnels make a thrilling outdoor playground for anyone who loves to get around on two wheels. This enchanting green space showcases Belgium’s wonderful wildlife and is home to UNESCO listed nature reserves, the former Augustinian abbey Rouge-Cloitre and towering, primeval beech trees.

Sightseeing in Brussels: The Belgian capital of Brussels is a vibrant cocktail of UNESCO sites, Art Nouveau architecture, ornate shopping arcades and a wide selection of galleries and museums. The main attraction is undoubtedly the magnificent Grand Place, a striking 17th century palace in the central square, now listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Other sights of interest include the statue of Mannekin Pis, Atomium, Villa Empain, and Galeries Royales Saint-Hubert. And as Belgium is the birthplace of Tintin, it’s worth looking out for the colourful Comic Strip murals that adorn many of the buildings.

Climb St Rumbold’s Tower in Mechelen: Peering over Mechelen market square, the Gothic St Rumbold’s Cathedral houses this 97-metre-high belfry where you can witness the most spectacular panoramic views over Mechelen, Antwerp Cathedral and the Atomium in Brussels on a clear day. Although the climb up the 583 steps might leave you feeling a little breathless, you can take a rest on the bell tower chambers and learn more about this fascinating UNESCO World Heritage site before being rewarded with unparalleled views from the top.

Explore Bruges: Arguably one of the prettiest and most inspiring cities on our Belgium tours, Bruges resembles a scene from a fairy tale. Medieval buildings teeter on the banks of canals, creating photogenic reflections, and cobbled alleyways wind among boutiques and ancient landmarks. As the capital of West Flanders, you’ll find Flemish architecture and art everywhere you look. When you’re not too busy sampling the traditional beers and chocolate, head to the 14th-century City Hall to marvel at its elaborate carved ceiling or visit the famous Markt Square which houses the 13th-century belfry and bell tower.