7 Days trip in Belgium

Budget: 0 USD - 3000 USD City sightseeing Cultural experiences Festivals/events Food exploration Historical landmarks Shopping
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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 trip by visiting Grand Place, one of the most beautiful and famous squares in Europe. Make sure to take some pictures of the stunning architecture and the intricate details on the buildings surrounding the square.

  2. Atomium

    180 minutes

    Visit Atomium, a unique landmark featuring nine interconnected spheres that offer spectacular views of the city. You can also learn about the history of Atomium and its importance in the world of science and technology.

  3. Rue Neuve

    120 minutes

    Head to Rue Neuve, one of the busiest shopping streets in Belgium, where you can find everything from clothing to gadgets. After shopping, dine at one of the many trendy restaurants in the area, offering a variety of cuisines.

Day 2

  1. Royal Museums of Fine Arts of Belgium

    180 minutes

    Spend the morning exploring the Royal Museums of Fine Arts of Belgium, home to a collection of over 20,000 paintings, sculptures, and drawings from various periods of art history.

  2. Manneken Pis

    30 minutes

    No trip to Brussels is complete without visiting Manneken Pis, a bronze statue of a little boy peeing into a fountain. It may be a small statue but it has a big place in the heart of Brussels residents.

  3. La Grand Place at Night

    120 minutes

    Return to Grand Place in the evening to witness the stunning light and sound show, which runs every night. This is a perfect opportunity to take some more pictures and experience the vibe of this magnificent square at night.

Day 3

  1. Cinquantenaire

    120 minutes

    Visit Cinquantenaire, a large park with beautiful gardens, fountains, and an arch with a history museum underneath. It’s a great place to relax and take a break from the city life.

  2. European Quarter

    180 minutes

    Explore the European Quarter, where you can find the European Parliament, the European Commission, and several other EU institutions. This area is also home to a number of interesting museums and art galleries.

  3. Sablon

    120 minutes

    Sablon is known for its high-end stores, antiques shops and art galleries. After a bit of shopping, try some of the local Belgian food at one of the many brasseries, including Belgian chocolate, frites, and mussels.

Day 4

  1. Mini-Europe

    180 minutes

    Visit Mini-Europe, a miniature park featuring replicas of famous European landmarks. This is an exciting place to visit because you can travel the continent in a matter of hours, check out an extensive range of miniatures all in one place.

  2. Brussels' Flea Market

    120 minutes

    Explore the famous Brussels' Flea Market, where you can find everything from antique furniture to vintage clothes and old books. It is an ideal place to learn about the history of Belgium.

  3. Delirium Cafe

    120 minutes

    Delirium Cafe boasts an impressive collection of over 2,000 beers. This cozy pub is the perfect spot to taste delicious Belgian beer and unwind after a long day.

Day 5

  1. Brussels Comic Strip Trail

    120 minutes

    Explore the Brussels Comic Strip Trail, which is dedicated to the famous Belgian comic book characters such as Tintin, Lucky Luke, and Gaston Lagaffe. Strolling through the street of Brussels, you will come across various murals and graffiti that tell exciting comic stories.

  2. Belgium Chocolate Village

    180 minutes

    Belgium Chocolate Village is a museum and interactive experience showcasing the history of Belgian chocolate. Here you can learn more about the chocolate tradition and also taste some sweet treats!

  3. Place Saint-Géry

    120 minutes

    Head to Place Saint-Géry, which has a lively nightlife scene and a beautiful covered market. If there are any events or festivals happening, it’s a great chance to participate and try some delicious local food.

Day 6

  1. Royal Palace of Brussels

    120 minutes

    Visit The Royal Palace of Brussels, which is the official residence of the King of the Belgians. Even though the palace is not open all the time for tours, the spectacular exterior facade and the grand entrance are just as beautiful as the interiors.

  2. Belgian Comic Strip Center

    180 minutes

    The Belgian Comic Strip Center is a museum that celebrates comic book art in the country of Belgium, the birthplace of the comic strip. You can find a comprehensive collection of comic book works from various artists of all time.

  3. Le Marollien Restaurant

    120 minutes

    End your sixth day with a luxurious culinary dining experience at the Le Marollien Restaurant, a well-established and reputed restaurant that offers traditional and contemporary dishes based on fresh products sourced locally.

Day 7

  1. Autoworld

    180 minutes

    Head to Autoworld, a vintage collection of automobiles, showcasing the developments in car designs over the past century. You'll discover the original carriages of various prominent figures from across the era.

  2. Museum of Musical Instruments

    180 minutes

    The Museum of Musical Instruments is an exceptional museum. Equipped with more than 4000 instruments spread over four floors, visitors are invited to explore many diverse exhibitions, live concerts, and events related to music and instruments.

  3. Parc de Bruxelles

    120 minutes

    End your trip by attending the fantastic sound and light show in the garden of Parc de Bruxelles, which is a cultural heritage site and former royal estate. The light show plays every night from 9 pm and is free to visit. It offers a unique closing scene to your trip.

Estimated Cost (USD)


15-30 USD per night
80-150 USD per night
50-100 USD per night


Public Transportation (Metro/Bus)
2-4 USD per ride
25-40 USD per ride
Bike Rental
10-25 USD per day


Street Food
3-7 USD per meal
Budget Restaurant
10-20 USD per meal
Fine Dining
50-100 USD per meal


Museums/Exhibitions entry fee
10-20 USD per person
City Tour
20-50 USD per person
Beer Tasting
10-20 USD per person

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