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Belgium Tours

With cutting edge art museums, magical market squares and traditional breweries that serve some of the planet’s finest beers, Belgium is the perfect place to explore on foot or by bike.

On our adventure holidays in Belgium, enjoy flat cycling routes towards exhibitions of famous Flemish artists and explore the comic strip in Brussels before pedalling through the medieval heart of Antwerp and Leuven. Passing through the Green Heart of Holland and the archetype windmills of Kinderdijk along the way, you will also get the opportunity to try delicious local delicacies of triple-fried frites, hot waffles (gaufres), and refreshing pints of Trappist Belgian beer in the “Venice of Northern Flanders”, Bruges.

Cycling in Belgium

Highlights of Belgium

  1. Brussels’ Grand-Place – Hidden from view and accessible only through one of six cobbled alleyways, the Grand-Place is bound to impress with its intricate baroque guild houses, the spectacular “Kings House” and the City Hall that was built in the 15th century. Do not miss the chance to visit one of Europe’s best-preserved medieval plazas.
  2. The Old Market Square (Oude Markt) in Leuven – Try the world-famous Belgian beers in the old university town of Leuven. The magical square is nicknamed “the longest bar counter in the world” because of the huge number of bars and quaint cafes in the square. It’s a great place to try the local beers on tap and regional delicacies such as hot waffles, decadent chocolates and triple-fried frites.
  3. The Old Town of Ghent – Named a designated Creative City of Music by UNESCO in 2009, Ghent is full of culture, arts, and events to enjoy. Like an open-air museum, Ghent has more listed buildings here than any other Belgian city so take your time to explore Ghent’s 1,000 year-old fortress, the Gravensteen castle, three medieval towers and the scenic old Graslei harbour, all in cycling distance of each other.