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Currency: Euro (in €5, €10, €20, €50, €100, €200 and €500 notes).
Cuisine: Rich and hearty - pork, beef, game and seafood are common ingredients in Belgian cuisine, often found in a stew or a steaming bowl of soup.
Tipping etiquette: It’s not common in most parts of the country and you’ll find that service charges are usually included. In Brussels it’s expected, but not essential, and 10% is the norm.
Transport: The widespread rail network makes getting around Belgium a breeze. But try to avoid peak hours if you’re hopping on a bus or travelling by car.
When to go
Belgium is a year-round destination with mild summers and cosy winters. Summer is a great time to wander the historic cities on foot, tour the countryside by bike and dine (or drink) al fresco in a canal-side bar. In the autumn and winter, the ancient cobbled alleyways take on a magical feel and many cities host twinkling festive markets.
Belgium is known as the ‘Bordeaux of Beer’ and you could happily while away a weekend sampling some of the 1000+ brews on offer.
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