Belgium

Small but multifaceted

With it's 30 528 km2 , Belgium is actually one of the smallest countries in Europe... But it doesn't mean that it's less important!
It's capital, Brussels, hosts some of the most important european and international organisations headquarters - such as NATO - and is actually the capital of Europe itself!
Another interesting fact about Belgium is that despite its' small size, the country features not less than 3 official languages! If Dutch and French are the majorly spoken languages, there is a small part in the east of the country were German is actually the official language.
Thanks to it's multiple facettes, Belgium will charm you in many different ways. It's melting pot features a variety of architectural, artistic and gastronomical sites and makes it the perfect spot for cultural exchanges.

Our suggested itinerary for your music tour in Belgium

Brussels - Antwerp - Bruges

Day 1 
Arrival in Brussels / Check-in

Arrival in Brussels.
Check into your booked accomodation.
Group dinner at a typical Belgian restraurant.
Overnight/ buffet breakfast in Brussels.

Day 2 
Brussels / Sightseeing / Concert

Meet your local licensed English-speaking guide for a 2-hours walking city tour of Brussels.
Optional lunch and free afternoon.
Evening concert at a local venue followed by group dinner.
Overnight/buffet breakfast in Brussels.
Day 3
Brussels / MIM / Antwerp

Check-out, then transfer to Brussels inner city.
Admission and guided visit to the MIM, the Musical Instruments Museum.
Optional lunch followed by a free afternoon.
Transfer to Antwerp, upon arrival check into your booked accomodation followed by group dinner.
Overnight/buffet breakfast in Antwerp.

Day 4
Antwerp / Sightseeing / Concert

Meet your local licensed English-speaking guide for a 2-hours walking city tour of Antwerp.
Lunch on your own followed by a free afternoon
Evening concert at a local venue followed by group dinner.
Overnight/buffet breakfast in Antwerp.

Day 5
Antwerp / Chocolate Experience / Bruges

Check-out, then transfer to Antwerp inner city.
Admission and guided visit to the Belgian Chocolate Experience. Lunch on your own.
Transfer to Bruges.
Check into your booked accomodation followed by group dinner. Overnight/buffet breakfast in Bruges.

Day 6
Bruges / Sightseeing / Concert

Meet your local licensed English-speaking guide for a 2-hours walking city tour of Bruges.
Optional lunch and free afternoon.
Evening concert on a local stage.
Overnight stay/breakfast in Bruges.

Day 7
Departure Bruges

Check-out.
Departure by bus/plane.

Upon request, we would be be happy to help you extend your stay in Belgium or to plan an excursion to Germany or The Netherlands.

This tour is combinable with the following destinations:

Germany - The Netherlands - France - Luxemburg

Highlights & Tips

Often called the Venice of the North because of its canals and bridges, Bruges is a city you wouldn't want to miss on...
Included on the World Heritage Site of UNESCO list for its historical center, Bruges will also rejoice every art lovers as it was one of the main centers of the “Early Netherlandish painting”.
Take your time and stroll around these cobbled streets, admire the beautiful architecture and let yourself be taken by the atmosphere of this romantic city!

Bruges, West-Flander Province

Constructed in 1958 for the World's Fair in Brussels, the Atomium wasn't actually supposed to stay around after the fair.
Nevertheless, this surprising building became over the years a popular symbol of the Capital and of Belgium itself.
The spheres - which are open to public - offer an amazing panoramic view of the city.



Atomium, Brussels

Belgian chocolate is a gastronomical specialty in the country and it would be a shame not to taste any while being in Belgium.
Belgians' average chocolate consumption is around 8kg/per person a year, which makes it one of the highest rate in the world!
So when in Belgium, don't hesitate and have a look at one of those chocolate shops... You can't miss them; they are basically around every corner and each one seems more appealing that the previous one!

Belgian chocolate

This pulsating city has nothing to envy to the Belgian capital!
Antwerp is the capital of Antwerp Province but it is also worldly renowned for its status in the fashion sphere and in the diamond trade world - 85% of the world's rough diamonds are passing through the "Diamantkwartier"!
With its splendid architecture, its artistic background and its trendy atmosphere, Antwerp will please everyone!



Antwerp, Flemish Region

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