7 Days trip in Belgium

Budget: 400 USD - 3000 USD City sightseeing
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Belgium is a small, multilingual country with a rich history, diverse culture, and delicious cuisine. Its landscape is mostly flat with low hills, and it is situated on the coast of the North Sea. Belgium is a constitutional monarchy and has played a significant role in both World Wars and the founding of the European Union.

General Infomation

Exchange Rate of 1 USD to EUR
CET (GMT +0100)
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Day 1

  1. Grand Place

    60 minutes

    Visit the historic Grand Place and admire the stunning architecture of surrounding buildings like the Town Hall and the Breadhouse.

  2. Atomium

    120 minutes

    Marvel at the Atomium, an iconic symbol of Brussels, featuring nine steel spheres connected by tubes with escalators taking you from one sphere to another.

  3. Delirium Cafe

    120 minutes

    Experience the nightlife of Brussels and enjoy the many beers on tap at Delirium Cafe, which offers more than 2,000 beers from 60 countries

Day 2

  1. Antwerp Central Station

    30 minutes

    Admire the stunning architecture of Antwerp Central Station which is considered one of the most beautiful train stations in the world.

  2. Grote Markt

    120 minutes

    Visit the Grote Markt (Great Market Square) which showcases incredible Flemish architecture with the town hall as the square's centerpiece.

  3. Het Pomphuis

    120 minutes

    Indulge in fine Belgian cuisine and enjoy stunning views of the harbor at Het Pomphuis, located in a restored pump house.

Day 3

  1. C-Mine

    120 minutes

    Explore the C-Mine cultural site, which features a museum of coal mining, an arts center, and an industrial heritage site.

  2. Maasmechelen Village

    240 minutes

    Shop until you drop at Maasmechelen Village, where you can find over a hundred boutiques and stores offering designer fashion and accessories at discounted prices.

  3. De Abt

    120 minutes

    Savour delicious local Belgian cuisine at De Abt, a popular restaurant in Tongeren known for its warm and authentic atmosphere.

Day 4

  1. Museum of Natural Sciences

    120 minutes

    Discover the world of natural sciences at the Royal Belgian Institute of Natural Sciences, which features over 30 exhibition rooms including the famous dinosaur gallery.

  2. Choco-Story Brussels

    90 minutes

    Satisfy your sweet tooth and immerse yourself in the history of chocolate at Choco-Story Brussels, where you can explore the chocolate-making process from bean to bar.

  3. Chez Leon Bruxelles

    120 minutes

    Sample the famous Belgian dish of Moules Frites (mussels with fries) at Chez Leon Bruxelles, a popular restaurant known for its delicious seafood and traditional ambiance.

Day 5

  1. Plantin-Moretus Museum

    120 minutes

    Explore the world-renowned Plantin-Moretus Museum, which showcases the history of printing and publishing and features the world's oldest printing presses.

  2. Rubenshuis

    60 minutes

    Experience the Baroque-style Rubenshuis, the former residence and studio of the famous Flemish master painter Peter Paul Rubens.

  3. The Pharmacy

    120 minutes

    Enjoy a gourmet dinner at The Pharmacy, a stylish restaurant known for its seasonal and locally-sourced ingredients, as well as its innovative and creative cuisine.

Day 6

  1. Bokrijk

    180 minutes

    Experience life in an open-air museum at Bokrijk, which showcases traditional Flemish architecture, crafts, and agriculture, as well as cultural events and activities.

  2. Maasmechelen Nature Reserve

    180 minutes

    Take a leisurely walk or a cycling tour of the beautiful Maasmechelen Nature Reserve, a magnificent natural area that features heathlands, forests, and waterways.

  3. Cafe Latino

    120 minutes

    Savour delicious Latin American cuisine and dance the night away to lively salsa and Latin rhythms at Cafe Latino in Hasselt.

Day 7

  1. Royal Palace of Brussels

    120 minutes

    Marvel at the grandeur and elegance of the neoclassical Royal Palace of Brussels, the official residence of the Belgian Royal Family.

  2. Belgian Comic Strip Center

    90 minutes

    Celebrate the rich heritage of Belgian comic books at the Belgian Comic Strip Center, which showcases the works of famous Belgian comic book artists like Hergé and Franquin.

  3. Le Pain Quotidien

    120 minutes

    Satisfy your appetite with delicious organic bread and pastries, as well as fresh and healthy salads, sandwiches, and soups, at Le Pain Quotidien in Brussels.

Estimated Cost (USD)


20-40 USD per night
50-100 USD per night
80-150 USD per night


Public transportation (train/bus/tram)
3-10 USD per day
20-40 USD per ride
Car rental (per day)
60-120 USD per day


Street food
5-15 USD per meal
Budget restaurant
10-25 USD per meal
Fine dining
50-100 USD per meal


Museum entrance fee
5-15 USD per person
City walking tour
10-30 USD per person
Wine tasting tour
30-80 USD per person

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