3 Days trip in Belgium

Budget: 350 USD - 3000 USD Outdoor adventures
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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. De Ster, Sint-Niklaas

    180 minutes

    Experience the thrill and adventure of water activities including kayaking and paddle boating at De Ster in Sint-Niklaas.

  2. Blaarmeersen, Ghent

    240 minutes

    Spend the afternoon indulging in your love for water sports such as windsurfing, kite surfing, and swimming at Blaarmeersen.

  3. Trefpunt, Ghent

    120 minutes

    End your day by experiencing the nightlife of Ghent by visiting Trefpunt, a cultural center that frequently organizes food festivals and flea markets.

Day 2

  1. Castle of the Counts, Ghent

    120 minutes

    Start your day with the stunning architecture and historical significance of the Castle of the Counts, one of the most popular attractions in Ghent.

  2. Graslei, Ghent

    180 minutes

    Enjoy a scenic stroll along the picturesque Graslei, while indulging in local culinary specialties such as the Ghent sausage and Tierenteyn mustard.

  3. Citadelpark, Ghent

    240 minutes

    Spend your afternoon at Citadelpark, indulging in outdoor activities such as running or biking, while immersing yourself in the local culture by visiting the museum and the rose garden.

Day 3

  1. Ghent-Bruges Canal, Ghent

    360 minutes

    Spend your day cruising along the scenic Ghent-Bruges Canal, while taking in the beauty of the Flemish countryside.

  2. Korenmarkt, Ghent

    180 minutes

    End your trip by experiencing the local culture and cuisine by visiting Korenmarkt, where you can taste local beers and try the traditional Flemish carbonade.

  3. Gravensteen, Ghent

    120 minutes

    End your trip by visiting Gravensteen, a medieval castle, where you can attend cultural events and experience the night connectivity of the Ghent.

Estimated Cost (USD)


20-30 USD per night
Budget Hotel
50-80 USD per night
Airbnb studio/apartment
70-100 USD per night


Public transport (trams & buses)
3-6 USD per day
Bike rental
12-15 USD per day
25-40 USD per ride


Street food
5-10 USD per meal
Fast casual dining
15-20 USD per meal
Fine dining
50-80 USD per meal


Entrance to Gravensteen Castle
12 USD
Boat tour of Gent's canals
10-15 USD
Guided bike tour of Gent
25-30 USD

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