Historic architecture and culture spill out into the remarkable countryside from Namur all the way to Brussels and Bruges. Adventure awaits for rock climbers and trail runners in the Ardennes the Meuse Valley, with hikes and bike paths all across Wallonia!
Belgium borders France, Germany, the Netherlands, and Luxembourg in northern Europe. It is well-known for its stunning countryside and ancient culture. Its small stature makes it easy to access and explore while its substantial cultural immensity allows for long-lasting adventures that leave a deep and lasting impact.
The effects of the North Sea and the Atlantic Ocean seem to be reserved for the coastal regions, giving Belgium cool summers and mild winters. The climate from late spring into the fall is relatively dry, making for enjoyable summer months.
French, Dutch, German
Brussels is the main transportation hub with a busy international airport, though an extensive train network snakes through most provinces and regions. Brussels, Antwerp, Namur, and many more serve tens of thousands of passengers. It borders both France and Germany, with Lille right near the border. Paris, Cologne, and Frankfurt are all in close proximity, with Luxembourg a delight.
Because of the temperate climate, it is possible to visit Belgium all year round. It is most comfortable during the summer, with a countryside remote enough for anyone looking to avoid the crowds.
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