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Customs and Immigration

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Passports and Visas The need for passports, ID or visas to travel to Belgium depends very much on your nationality. If you're a citizen of one of the EU's core 'Schengen states', technically you don't even need a passport or any other national ID, to enter (though it makes...
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Embassies and Consulates

We have detailed the contact details for the most important embassies in the English-speaking world below. Please take into account that there are several Belgian consulates in almost all of these countries. For more information, contact the embassy in your home country. The United Kingdom ...
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Getting Around

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Touring around Belgium shouldn’t pose too many problems, whether you choose to travel by public transport or under your own steam. One can rent anything on wheels from cars to quads and go-carts. Bikes can be taken on trains, but you should check ahead and you need to buy your...
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Money Talk

Money-belgium

Currency and Exchange In 2002 the € EURO replaced the Belgian franc as the country’s official currency, 1 euro equalling 40.3399 francs. The very name of the new currency was even first proposed by a Belgian and the € symbol was designed by a Belgian, Alain...
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Something's brewing at Brasserie des Carrières

BASECLES - You may not have heard of this little village, halfway between Tournai and Mons. Its former quarries are now filled with water where the black marble that adorns Cologne Cathedral was once hewn; ... [ more ]

Brouwerij Huyghe, the Pink Elephant marches on

MELLE - Alain De Laet, CEO and owner of Brouwerij Huyghe, is a firm believer in the power of the Belgian beer brand around the world. The success of the brewery speaks for itself, with Huyghe be... [ more ]

Durobor, a touch of glass

SOIGNIES - Belgians drink their beer from the correct glass. An abbey beer tastes so much better from a traditional chalice, a pils beer from a pils glass... Only in Belgium, will you come across such a wide variety of b... [ more ]

Westmalle, a shining beacon of Trappist beer...

WESTMALLE - Time appears to stand still in a Trappist abbey like Westmalle. However, appearances can be deceptive - even here the latest technologies are quietly creeping in. The abbey has an up-to-date ... [ more ]

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More Beer

The Cuvée des Trolls first saw the light in 2000, fermenting in the tanks of microbrewery Le Brasse-Temps, a subsidiary of Dubuisson based in Louvain-La-Neuve. This outsider brew,... [ more ]

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