Belgium, a country in Western Europe, is known for medieval towns, Renaissance architecture and as headquarters of the European Union and NATO. The country has distinctive regions including Dutch-speaking Flanders to the north, French-speaking Wallonia to the south and a German-speaking community to the east. The bilingual capital, Brussels, has ornate guildhalls at Grand-Place and elegant art-nouveau buildings.  

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Belgium has a temperate maritime climate influenced by the North Sea and Atlantic Ocean, with cool summers and moderate winters. Since the country is small there is little variation in climate from region to region, although the marine influences are less inland.

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Belgian Franc is the currency for Belgium
Average conversational rate 1BEF = INR 2

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Belgium is definitely a country for food lovers.
Belgian chocolate is made exclusively with cocoa butter and is famous for its pralines. There are probably too many chocolate shops to describe all of them. However, in each and every shop, the displays are wonderful. You’ll find chocolate of all types and designs present.
In addition to being able to stock up on some fantastic luxury chocolates, Belgium is also a well-known producer of beer, especially in Brugge. One restaurant offers over 100 types of beer on its menu. As well as chocolate and beer, the Grotemarkt and Vismarkt markets offer a wide array of local foods, wines, and other delicacies.
There are also many local bread stores in Belgium, and the country is known for the diverse types of bread it produces. These include breads of wheat, rye, oats, and more. These breads can be sweetened or not sweetened, salted or unsalted, and come in countless variations.
Local Products
Kathe Wohlfahrt is a German based Christmas store that has several locations in Germany, one in France, and one in Brugge, Belgium. The store in Brugge is very close to Market Square and is a great placce to buy Christmas decorations. While in Brugge, you can also stop by Jean Moust to buy classic style art painting to take home.

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Day 1:

Paris – Reims – Luxembourg (B) Enjoy France’s Champagne region of Reims, see the city’s historic cathedral. Your next destination is the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg, highlights include the Pont Adolphe and Place de Constitution. Overnight in Luxembourg or nearby city


Day 2:

Luxembourg – Trier – Koblenz – Frankfurt (B) Discovery of Germany begins in Trier, see Karl Marx Haus Museum, the cathedral and Porta Nigra. Travel to Koblenz, via Rüdesheim to Frankfurt am Main, explore the charming Römerberg plaza. Overnight in Frankfurt or nearby city


Day 3:

Frankfurt – Bonn – Cologne – Amsterdam (B) Stroll past Bonn’s town hall and the renowned musician Ludwig van Beethoven house of birth. Next it’s on to Cologne to explore the Gothic cathedral and the best-loved shopping streets in Germany. Overnight in Amsterdam or nearby city

Day 4:

Amsterdam – Zaanse Schans – Amsterdam (B) Experience Dutch heritage at Zaanse Schans open air museum. See clogs or wooden shoes being made. Return to Amsterdam to visit Dam Square, the splendid Royal Palace and a diamond factory. NOTE: From mid – March to mid – May the tour visits Keukenhof Garden (entrance ticket at your own expense), this replaces the visit to Zaanse Schans museum. Overnight in Amsterdam or nearby city



Day 5:

Amsterdam – Brussels – Paris (B) Visiting Brussels the centre of the European Union, you’ll see the Atomium monument, City Hall, the Grand Place and the legendary Manneken Pis statue. Sample a delicious Belgian waffle along the way. Overnight in Paris or nearby city


Day 6:

Paris – Versailles – Paris (B) Explore the breathtaking sights of Paris: Champs Élysées, Place de la Concorde, Arc de Triomphe and Napoleon’s tomb at L’Hôtel National des Invalides. After you’ll visit the opulent Palace of Versailles (entrance ticket at your own expense). Overnight in Paris or nearby city


Day 7:

Paris (B)Today you’ll visit the Louvre art museum (entrance ticket at your own expense), see the Mona Lisa by Leonardo da Vinci. Afternoon free to visit Notre-Dame Cathedral or shop at department stores Galerie Lafayette and Printemps. Overnight in Paris or nearby city (if post tour option is chosen)


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