Nestled between France, Germany and the Netherlands there is far more to Belgium than Christmas Markets. A jewel within Europe, the country has 3 official languages, Dutch in the North and French in the South, with a small area to the East speaking German.
With a rich historical culture, copious museums and galleries and excellent dining options there really is no other place to spend a long weekend. As the birthplace of Audrey Hepburn, Golden Frites and Belgian beer, there is a never ending list of things to do. Brewing is taken very seriously and even the smallest of establishments offer a varied selection of beer.
If you want to escape the city life, head south of Brussels, where the landscape transforms into blossoming hedgerows and natural valleys, perfect for walking and cycling enthusiasts.
Just a hop over the channel reveals a country with its arms wide open, encouraging visitors to explore its rich, diverse culture. Whether you visit during summer or winter, you can be sure the welcome will always be warm.