Travel tips for European countries: Belgium
About the country
Belgium is in Western Europe. Here the land is mostly made up of plains in the north-east coast, and the southeast is occupied by the forest of Arden.
The official languages ??of Belgium are Dutch, Flemish, French and German, and Dutch is the largest, followed by French. The climate here is quite predictable.
The warmest is April – September. Otherwise the weather is quite wet and the sky is gray, which explains why umbrellas and raincoats are part of
Therefore, if the visit is scheduled for a holiday during the rainy season, be sure to provide sufficient coverage for maximum protection as it is a coastal area.
in the region Call 100 or 112 for an emergency call.
The Belgians are friendly with English and will do everything possible to speak English with a foreigner. Always remember to bring small gifts or at least flowers.
when you are invited for dinner. The dress will be mentioned in the invitation when invited to the party. Smoking is publicly acceptable.
Brussels, Antwerp, Bruges, Ostend, Namur, Mons, Liège, Ghent and Mechelen are major shopping malls. Belgium is famous for pottery and hand-beaten copper
Rabbit and horse meat dishes are a specialty of many restaurants. Although visitors can find a wide range of ethnic foods, but the most famous are the Frites and
mayonnaise and mitralillet; mitraillette is a large muffin stuffed with fries, donuts and garlic, vegetarians can order vegetables. substitute
meat When eating at a restaurant, tips are considered common with value added tax. For cinemas, leave an assistant at $ 0.50 and later at € 0.25.
Using public toilets.
The voltage is 230 V and the frequency is 50 Hz.
Delta Air Transport has recently opened a new European airline, SN Brussels Airlines. Fly to more than 58 locations in Europe and around the world.
Brussels Zayentem Airport is 12 kilometers from the city and 35 minutes from the airport. The airport has services such as duty-free shops,
Parking, taxi reservation, car rental, banks, post office, restaurants and medical assistance. Internet and fax services are provided to passengers. Airport City
Passengers on the high-speed train are transported to three main train stations: North of Brussels, center and south. There is a bus service which leaves regularly from the airport.
You can also rent a taxi waiting outside the arrival hall. Taxi drivers are considered to be charging. The train departs every 15 minutes.
Another airport, Brussels, Charleroi, is 5 km from Charleroi and 46 km from Brussels. Ryan Air is a local airline and offers cheap deals
A few European trips to and from Charleroi. Services on offer include bus and train services, cafés, car rental and free shops.
Ostend Airport is 5 km from the city and offers on-site parking, car rental, duty-free shops and restaurants.
Antwerp Airport is just 2 km from the city. Buses leave Brussels Central Station every few minutes.
Liège is 5 km from the city. Here, buses run regularly.
The departure fee in Brussels for Zayentem is € 20.93, Brussels Charleroi € 3.49, Ostend and Antwerp € 10, and Liège € 7.
Thalys owns a high-speed rail network from Belgium to France, which connects Brussels with other destinations such as Bordeaux, Chambéry,
Cannes, Marseille, Lyon, Nice, Valence Perpignan and Rennes. Reservations must be made in advance for these trains. The National Railway operates all day.
Provide services every few minutes to destinations like Andorra, Austria, France, Czech Republic, Germany, Italy, Poland, Luxembourg, Switzerland, United Kingdom and
The Netherlands Internally can use the Inter-Rail Pass, which allows visitors to travel through nearly 29 European countries. This service is valid for residents who were
He has been living for more than 6 months.
Duty Free Products
Visitors can bring alcohol, tobacco, cigarettes, coffee and tea without imposing duties, but only the products must be clean.