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The Blue Forest in Halle

One of the most particular and enchanting places in Belgium, the forest is situated in the region of Brabant, about 15 km from Brussels. Thousands of people go to the Blue forest in Halle during spring to take some unforgettable pictures. The blue-hued wild hyacinths are what make this place special: their peculiar color give a unique blue/purplish hue to woods. Click here to discover more particulars about this enchanted forest.

The Carnival of Binche

The folkloristic Carnival of Binche, known as one of the oddest festivals in the world and –since 2003– part of the UNESCO heritage of humanity, attracts lots of visitors every year. The famous Gilles march around the city in their traditional customs. If you wish to read more about this event, take a look at this section on our blog.

Plaisirs d’Hiver Christmas markets

Around Christmas time, in the heart of Brussels, you can find a wonderful Christmas village with winter markets and events of any kind. Everything happens by the Grand Palace, the main square of the Belgian capital. Every year you can experience the magic of theferris wheel, an ice-skating rink and a huge Christmas tree.


Weather in Belgium is mostly characterized by the Atlantic, typically humid on the coast and with limited variations in temperature. The average temperature during summer is about 25°, while during winter is about 7°.
The best time of the year to visit Belgium goes from mid-May to mid-September, where temperatures are nice and it’s sunny often. Spring, being the least rainy season of the year, is the best time to spend a few days of vacation in this beautiful city, and that is why we included it in our list of suggested destinations for spring.


Belgium is divided into three regions, each with a very specific culture and identity: Flanders in the north, in which the official language is Flemish; the Walloons in the south, a francophone area; and the small region where the capital Brussels is, which is officially bilingual.
Other important cities are Antwerp, Gent, Liege and Bruges, of which the latter is famous for the production of lace and for the canals that make it look like the “Venice of the north”.


Belgium is a central Europe country that borders Holland to the north, on Germany and Luxembourg on its east, with France at the south and on the Northern Sea in the northwest.
Belgium can be divided into three different territories: the Ardennes and their extended forests in the South-East, the central Plain and the coastal Plain at North-West.
Belgium rivers are navigable for the most part, and they actually are important means for transportation. In middle and lower Belgium runs the Scheldt River, which has its mouth is in Northern France. The river goes through Belgium and runs west in the Netherlands before flowing into the Northern Sea.


In January 2002, the Euro replaced the Belgian Franc as official currency.