7 Days trip in Belgium

Budget: 0 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

    120 minutes

    Start your day by visiting the Grand Place, a historic square in the city center of Brussels. Admire the famous Baroque and Gothic architecture and visit the museums and cafes in the area.

  2. Atomium

    180 minutes

    A trip to Brussels is not complete without visiting the iconic Atomium, a towering metal structure designed for the 1958 World's Fair. Take an elevator to the top for panoramic views of the city and visit the exhibitions inside.

  3. Delirium Cafe

    120 minutes

    End your first day in Brussels by tasting some of the famous Belgian beers at the Delirium Cafe, which serves over 2000 different beers from all over the world.

Day 2

  1. Manneken Pis

    60 minutes

    Start your day by visiting Manneken Pis, a famous bronze statue that depicts a small boy urinating into a fountain. Learn about the history and legends behind this beloved symbol of Brussels.

  2. Royal Palace of Brussels

    120 minutes

    Visit the Royal Palace of Brussels, a grand neoclassical building that serves as the official residence of the King and Queen of Belgium. Take a guided tour of the opulent rooms and learn about the history of the Belgian monarchy.

  3. Bruges

    240 minutes

    Take a day trip to Bruges, a picturesque medieval city known for its winding canals and medieval architecture. Take a boat ride along the canals, visit the Chocolate Museum, and taste some of the famous Belgian chocolates.

Day 3

  1. Belgian Comic Strip Center

    120 minutes

    Visit the Belgian Comic Strip Center, a museum dedicated to the popular comic strips that Belgian artists have created over the years. See iconic characters such as Tintin and the Smurfs, and learn about the history of the genre.

  2. Choco-Story Museum

    120 minutes

    Learn about the history of chocolate and how it's made at the Choco-Story Museum in Bruges. Taste some of the delicious treats and take home some souvenirs from the gift shop.

  3. Cantillon Brewery

    120 minutes

    Visit Cantillon Brewery, a traditional lambic beer brewery that uses open fermentation methods. Take a tour of the brewery, learn about the brewing process, and taste some of the unique sour beer that this brewery is known for.

Day 4

  1. Mini-Europe

    180 minutes

    Explore Mini-Europe, a miniature park that showcases replicas of famous landmarks from all over Europe. See the Eiffel Tower, Tower Bridge, and the Colosseum, all in one place.

  2. Royal Museums of Fine Arts of Belgium

    120 minutes

    Visit the Royal Museums of Fine Arts of Belgium, a complex of four museums that showcases the works of Belgian and international artists. See the works of René Magritte, Pieter Bruegel the Elder, and James Ensor, among others.

  3. Le Pain Quotidien

    120 minutes

    Have a relaxing dinner at Le Pain Quotidien, an organic bakery and cafe that serves fresh bread, pastries, and other delicious dishes using locally sourced ingredients.

Day 5

  1. Parc de Bruxelles

    120 minutes

    Take a peaceful stroll through Parc de Bruxelles, a large park with plenty of greenery, walking paths, and fountains. Admire the Queen Elisabeth Garden and the Royal Palace, which is nearby.

  2. Belgian Waffles

    60 minutes

    Taste some of the famous Belgian waffles at a local bakery or street vendor. Try them with toppings such as chocolate, whipped cream, or fresh fruit.

  3. MIM - Musical Instruments Museum

    120 minutes

    Visit the MIM - Musical Instruments Museum, which showcases a vast collection of musical instruments from all over the world. Listen to the audio guides and learn about the history and sounds of each instrument.

Day 6

  1. Royal Greenhouses of Laeken

    180 minutes

    Visit the Royal Greenhouses of Laeken, which are only open to the public for a few weeks a year. Admire the exotic plants and stunning architecture of the greenhouses, which were built in the 19th century for King Leopold II.

  2. Magritte Museum

    120 minutes

    Explore the surreal world of René Magritte at the Magritte Museum, which displays the largest collection of his works in the world. See iconic paintings such as 'The Son of Man' and 'The Treachery of Images.'

  3. Chez Leon

    120 minutes

    Have a taste of the famous Belgian dish mussels and fries at Chez Leon, one of the oldest seafood restaurants in Brussels. Try them with a side of Belgian beer or wine.

Day 7

  1. Antwerp

    180 minutes

    Take a day trip to Antwerp, a cosmopolitan city known for its vibrant fashion and diamond industries. Visit the Cathedral of Our Lady, the Rubens House, and take a walk along the boardwalk at the Scheldt River.

  2. Brussels Park

    120 minutes

    Have a picnic or relax in Brussels Park, a large park located in the heart of the city. Watch the ducks in the pond, play some music on the outdoor stage, or visit the sculptures and monuments that are located throughout the park.

  3. Le Pain Quotidien

    120 minutes

    Have a final dinner at Le Pain Quotidien, and reminisce over the past week's adventures. Congratulate yourself for a great trip and bid farewell to Belgium.

Estimated Cost (USD)


20-30 USD/night
70-100 USD/night
50-80 USD/night


Public Transportation (bus, tram, metro)
3-4 USD/day
10-20 USD/ride
Bicycle Rental
10-15 USD/day


Street Food
5-10 USD/meal
Budget Restaurants
10-15 USD/meal
Fine Dining
50-100 USD/meal


Museum Entrance Fees
10-20 USD/person
City Tours
15-30 USD/person
Brewery Tours
20-50 USD/person

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