Ranging from the shopping streets of Antwerp to cruising around the canals of Bruges, Belgium has a little bit of everything to offer for all ages and types of people. A family holiday in Belgium is sure to please everyone with its beautiful scenic cities, food indulgencies, exotic historic sites and travel-friendly streets. Food and wine tasting tours are popular among families along with Belgian beer tasting excursions. In addition to the common sites to see, there are also adventure parks and water parks for amusement purposes. Also, a day of sight-seeing in Brussels and a day of indulgence in Antwerp is sure mesmerise a family.
Q.What is the best Time to Visit Belgium for families?
The recommended time to take your Belgium family holiday should be between the months of April to October where the seasons start from spring, head to summer and finish at fall. Post October is the start of winter which can become marginally if not maximally uncomfortable for most families, especially when traveling from tropical countries.
Q.Duration for an ideal family holiday to Belgium?
Nothing short of a week should even be considered for a family trip to Belgium. Owing to its vast offerings of grandiose monuments, markets, festivals, food and lush landscape, it would not be justified to take any less time there. However, action-packed shorter Belgium trips are also popular.
Q.How much does it cost to for a family holiday?
Belgium family tour packages are often offered for lesser when the size of family is larger. Starting at Rs.90000 per person and ranging to Rs.200000 depending on the requirements of travel, this is a fairly reasonable destination within Europe as compared to many other neighbouring countries. These costs are approximate and can differ.
Q.What are the Top Attractions in Belgium for family?
Many Belgium family packages include trips to the stunning canals of Bruges which are just spectacularly breath-taking. Additionally, some Belgium attractions for family include Grand palace in Brussels, the battlefields of Flanders, Oldtown and Gravensteen of Ghent, Horta museum, the basilica of holy blood and the Grand palace of Antwerp.
Q.What are the top items in Belgium Cuisine for family?
Europeans are known for their food delicacies and Belgium is one of the top most indulgent in that area. The Belgian waffles are world famous and shouldn’t be missed. Some popular dishes include stoemp, grey shrimp croquettes, speculaas, waterzooi, tomates aux crevettes grises and the ever so famous Belgian chocolates.
Q.What is the best way to get around in Belgium?
Antwerp and Brussels boast of a wide underground subway system which most other European cities don’t have. In addition to this one can get local trains, buses and taxi services. Belgium also has the world’s longest tram line which cruises along the coast stopping at 70 stations along the country’s west coast.
Q.What is the best way to reach Belgium?
Extremely diverse in this department, Belgium can be reached in many ways. From far away countries, flight is the best option whereas from neighbouring countries and towns, the train and bus system is also very good. Many Belgium family holiday packages include internal transit offering a variety of different modes of travel.
Q.Are there family packages offered in Belgium?
There are so many things to do in Belgium for family that the demand for numerous family oriented packages are on an all-time high. Often customising from the food choices to pace of travel as well as type of accommodations, these packages are highly desired and become very convenient, especially for families.
Q.Is Summer a good time for family travel to Belgium?
Summer is a peak time for experiencing Belgium excursions for family. Temperatures are quite pleasant with the highest being 23 degrees Celsius. One would need a light jacket for the evenings and early mornings. It is the most visited time for travellers and ranges from the months of June to August.
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