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As the world slowly reopens, it is highly encouraged to reconnect with loved ones so that you can rediscover the world-famous  country for its chocolate; waffles; beer; its national football team; the Red Devils; the home to NATO headquarters; and also to the European Parliament, and remake happy memories. Here are some of the highly recognized, most sought after, most recommended, top-rated, famous go-to-places in Belgium that you’ll surely not regret when you visit.

Your Bucket List When Visiting Belgium

Belgium is one of the open destinations that can offer awesome European adventures. Belgium implements stringent safety measures just to ensure a very much enjoyable and memorable experience. If you are either inoculated for COVID19 or having a negative PCR test result at least 72 hours before the arrival, you are very much welcome to experience your most-awaited adventures in Belgium. Belgium is also a perfect escape if you live in humid regions. Most of all, Belgium offers accommodations that are really cozy, suitable for couples, families or for a small circle of friends.

Things to do in Belgium

  • Full Private Day Tour and Limo 

  • Full Day Tour 

  • Luxury Day Tour and Wine tasting 

  • Cultural Tours 

  • Dawn bike Tour Trappistenroute 

  • Soak at Thermes de Spa 

  • Art Galleries 

  • Sleep inside a Trojan Horse 

  • Nature exploration, hiking and paddling 

  • Explore Underground caves and feeding bears. 

Detailed Travel Information to Belgium

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Passengers must have an Essential Journey Certificate issued by a Belgian embassy or consulate.

– This does not apply to:

– nationals and residents of Switzerland and EEA Member States;

– residents of Australia, Korea (Rep.), New Zealand, Rwanda, Singapore and Thailand;

– passengers with a “C” visa issued by Belgium after 18 March 2020;

– merchant seamen;

– passengers with a diplomatic passport traveling on duty;

– military personnel traveling on duty. A completed “Passenger Locator Form” must be submitted at most 48 hours before arrival. The form can be found at https://travel.info-coronavirus.be/public-health-passenger-locator-form or https://d34j62pglfm3rr.cloudfront.net/downloads/BELGIUM_PassengerLocatorForm_ENG.pdf.Passengers could be subject to a COVID-19 test and quarantine; details can be found at https://www.info-coronavirus.be/en/Passengers are subject to medical screening. Passengers entering or transiting through Belgium must have a negative COVID-19 PCR test result. The test must have been taken at most 72 hours before departure from the first embarkation point. The test result must be in Dutch, English, French or German.

– This does not apply to:

– passengers residing in Belgium;

– passengers younger than 6 years;

– passengers transiting through Belgium to a non-Schengen Member State..

None specified.

Passengers arriving from Brazil, India or South Africa are not allowed to enter. 
– This does not apply to: 
– nationals and residents of Belgium; 
– merchant seamen with an Essential Journey Certificate; 
– passengers with a diplomatic passport traveling on duty and an Essential Journey Certificate.Passengers arriving from a country other than Brazil, India or South Africa are not allowed to enter. 
– This does not apply to: 
– nationals and residents of Switzerland and EEA Member States; 
– residents of Australia, Korea (Rep.), New Zealand, Rwanda, Singapore and Thailand; 
– passengers with a “C” visa issued by Belgium; 
– merchant seamen; 
– passengers with a diplomatic passport traveling on duty; 
– students; 
– military personnel traveling on duty; 
– passengers entering Belgium to transit by land to a third country. They must prove that they can enter the destination country; 
– more exemptions can be found at https://www.info-coronavirus.be/en/travels/.. 

Yes with restrictions

The Belgian Government has a number of measures in place to limit the spread of COVID-19. These measures are kept under active review and are subject to an ongoing assessment of local conditions. The measures include: the closure of restaurants, cafés and bars (except for takeaway service); a curfew from midnight – 5am in Flanders and Wallonia and from 10pm – 6am in Brussels; and the limitation of close contacts to one person (two contacts if you live alone). Up to four people (not including children) are allowed to meet together outdoors. Teleworking is mandatory. 
Essential shops (including supermarkets and pharmacies) are open. Non-essential shops are open on an appointment-only basis. Click and collect and home deliveries are possible. Shopping should be done alone or with a maximum of one other person from the same household. Contact professions such as hairdressers and beauty salons are closed. 
Local authorities have been empowered to take additional measures in the event of a spike in the numbers of local cases. These powers range from requiring that masks be worn in additional locations and circumstances, to introducing localised lockdowns. For example, in Brussels it is mandatory to wear a mask in all public places and streets. You should check regularly the website of the relevant city or town and Belgian Government advice for the latest detailed information. 

British nationals that are not resident in Belgium or another EU or Schengen country are currently only permitted entry to Belgium for essential reasons. Those travelling will need to carry evidence of their essential reason for travel. 
British nationals resident in Belgium will need to show valid proof of residence when entering Belgium. 
All travellers arriving from the UK by air, sea, rail or bus, including those resident in Belgium, must complete the Belgian Passenger Locator Form (PLF) before travel and carry proof of the completed PLF throughout their journey and for the following 48 hours. Travellers who have not completed the form before travelling may be refused entry and/or face a fine. If you are arriving by another means of transport and staying in Belgium for less than 48 hours or returning to Belgium following a stay abroad of less than 48 hours you do not need to complete the PLF. If you are travelling for professional reasons you should also ask your Belgian employer or Belgian client to complete the Business Travel Abroad form before you travel, and you will be asked to provide details of this on the PLF. 
Belgium operates a traffic light system identifying high, medium and low risk regions. Those travelling from other countries may also be required to quarantine for at least seven days on arrival and take a test on the first and seventh day. You should check the map on the Belgian Ministry of Foreign Affairs website (in English) for the latest information on affected regions. (https://reopen.europa.eu/en). 
National authorities require all persons returning to Belgium and all persons travelling through Belgium and who are staying at least 48 hours must fill out an identification form (Passenger Locator Form). 

All non-residents aged six years and over will need to provide evidence of a negative COVID-19 PCR test upon entry. This PCR test is to be taken no more than 72 hours prior to arrival in Belgium. Transiting passengers are advised to check the Belgian guidance for requirements. There are some limited exemptions to the requirement to present a negative test, including for those arriving by car and staying less than 48 hours, transport workers and frontier workers. 
All travellers from the UK (including those resident in Belgium) must quarantine for 10 days on arrival and take a test on the first and seventh day of their quarantine. If your visit to Belgium is for less than 48 hours, you will not be asked to quarantine or take the tests. You should follow closely the instructions you receive via SMS after submitting your Passenger Locator Form. 

Closure of restaurants, cafés and bars (except for takeaway service). All types of accommodation are permitted to open, subject to compliance with general rules related to COVID-19, but their bars and restaurants are closed. Meals can only be served as room service. 
Essential shops (including supermarkets and pharmacies) are open. Non-essential shops are open on an appointment-only basis. Click and collect and home deliveries are possible. Shopping should be done alone or with a maximum of one other person from the same household. Contact professions such as hairdressers and beauty salons are closed. 
Hairdressers will reopen on April 26, and outdoor dining may resume on May 8. 

Museums, animal parks and swimming pools are open. Other cultural venues and indoor sports facilities (except for children under 12) are closed. Places of worship are open and services can take place with a maximum of 15 people. 

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Travel Guidelines

OPEN TO CITIZENS AND RESIDENTS
  • Yes

OPEN TO FOREIGN NATIONALS
  • Yes with restrictions

QUARANTINE
  • Limited
TOURISMS
  • Yes with restrictions

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