When you arrive in Belgium, you can choose from one of five airports, and an airport shuttle will be your gracious host, taking you on a wild ride through the country. Bus Company will be pleased to show your party Belgium, one of Europe's most popular holiday destinations, which attracts tourists all year round, with places to visit in both summer and winter. A tour bus will take you to stunning natural beauty in Belgium, and if you're interested in history, there are plenty of magnificent churches, fascinating museums, and epic towering castles to see. A chartered bus will show you Belgium, which is one of Europe's smallest countries but still packs a punch in terms of attractions, and if you come here, you can spend time in some of the world's most beautiful locations. When arriving in Belgium, a bus rental from Coach Charter Germany is usually a must-have travel companion.
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Do you want to know where to go in Belgium? Discover our top ten places or activities to do when in Belgium:
Belgium is the undisputed champion of craft beers, and every region you visit will have some fantastic local beers that you must try! There are several beer bars with a wide range of beers; try to find one near you and ask the host/owner for some suggestions (they are likely eager to help you out and honored to be asked for their suggestion).
2. Belgian Chocolate
Almost every village in Belgium has a chocolate shop, and recipes are often passed down through generations. This chocolate-making and perfecting culture is revered worldwide. Belgian chocolate is generally considered to be the finest on the market. And there's plenty of it, with Belgium making around 220,000 tons of chocolate per year.
3. Belgian Waffle
During your visit, try a Belgian waffle, whether from a waffle stand or in a cafe with a cup of coffee. Belgian waffles are slightly thicker than standard waffles and can be served with whipped cream, icing sugar, strawberries, or jelly.
4. Canal cruise in Bruges
Bruges is often referred to as the Venice
of the North due to its numerous canals, but in my opinion, Venice should be referred to as the Bruges of the South. In many ways, Bruges is one of the most nice cities in Belgium, and cruising through it on the canals is an excellent way to enjoy its beauty. All should visit the city at least once in their lives.
5. The Atomium
The Atomium, made up of nine massive steel balls connected by thin tubes, is one of Belgium's and its capital's ultimate symbols. The amazing architectural feat was designed to look like a basic iron crystal magnified to 165 billion times its original size. The gravity-defying Atomium, the crown jewel of the 1958 World's Fair in Brussels
, has remained a defining feature of the city's skyline. Coach Charter Europe
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6. The Royal Greenhouses of Laeken
The Royal Greenhouses of the Belgian monarchy are a sight for sore eyes, not to mention a lovely fragrance for the nose, in a stunning combination of Art Nouveau architecture and exotic greenery. Walking through its pavilions during the annual spring month when it opens its doors to the public, Earthly heaven does not seem to be too far away. Our bus company will be the perfect partner for visiting these incredible greenhouses.
7. Napoleon’s Waterloo
Every year, hundreds of reenactors assemble to celebrate Napoleon's illustrious defeat on the fields near Waterloo, showing that the eponymous battle lives on in the collective imagination. Aside from the annual exhibition, the Lion's Mound and a number of other memorials recall the French general's tragic day two centuries ago.
If you ask the world's most imaginative drawer to build a prosperous late medieval market square, the outcome is likely to be something like Brussels' Grand-Place. The plaza is hidden from view and accessible via one of six spindly cobbled alleys, with dozens of baroque guild houses, the ornate "King's Palace," and the 15th-century City Hall. All of this leads to Europe's best-preserved medieval plaza's distinctly standardized look.
9. Victor Horta’s Major Townhouses
Victor Horta, widely recognized as the Art Nouveau movement's founder, left a legacy of innovative townhouses in Brussels that changed the face of late-nineteenth-century architecture in the West. When it comes to his four UNESCO-designated townhouses, the Maison & Atelier Horta honors the artist in his former home, while UNESCO describes the Hotel Solvay as “the most ambitious and spectacular” of his Art Nouveau work.
10. Flanders Fields
Allied forces were buried in a bloody trench-war stalemate in the fields around Ypres, in the Flemish region of Belgium, for the majority of the First World War. Memorials can be found all over the countryside and area, and the nearly derelict Cloth Hall has been turned into the In Flanders Fields Museum, named after the famous poem.
Bus charter Germany will pick you and your party up from any of five Belgian airports or from any location in and around the world. It will only take a few minutes with our airport shuttle to get inside the city and begin enjoying your vacation in Belgium. We are the airport shuttle that gives you the freedom to plan your own tour with your group. When exploring Belgium, our airport shuttle will be an excellent companion.
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