guide to driving and camping in Belgium

Brugge Recreational Area

Belgium

Belgium is a mecca for beer drinkers. Enjoying the brew in cozy Old World places where poems and sketches cover the walls and in beer halls that rollick with laughter is fun The country is also a chocoholic’s dream with more than 2,000 chocolate shops. Cyclists enjoy designated cycle routes that pass alongside leafy tree-lined canals and through picturesque towns. Rentals are available at train stations. Lovely recreational areas have been built just outside major metropolitan areas, providing scenic and relaxing places for people to enjoy being together. Besides well-run camping areas, these parks have tennis courts, children’s playgrounds, cycle paths, and separate fishing and wind surfing lakes. Roadways are excellent and well signposted.

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