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Belgium and Netherlands Tours & Trips

Find the right tour for you that goes to Belgium and Netherlands. With 26 tours to choose from, ranging in length from 3 days to 12 days. The most popular month to visit these countries is April, which has the most number of departures.

26 trips through Belgium and Netherlands with 7 reviews

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Highlights

  • Follow the enticing aroma of Belgian waffles into cozy cafes and indulge in decadent chocolate treats while in Brussels.
  • Soak up the beauty of exquisite medieval architecture as you drift along picturesque canals in Bruges.
  • Discover the centuries old tradition of diamond jewellery making in the sparkling city of Antwerp.
  • Be reminded of the cataclysmic Battle of Bulge at Bastogne and pay your respects to the thousands who perished there.
  • Inhale the sweet fragrance of vibrant Dutch tulips at a floating flower market or take a cruise through the serene canals of Amsterdam.
  • Visit the peaceful Dutch town of Nuenen where the great artist Vincent Van Gogh drew inspiration for some of his earlier works.
  • Marvel at the sight of gigantic windmills catching the wind in the quintessential Dutch town of Kinderdijk.
  • Unravel the secrets of cheese making and stroll amidst quaint wooden houses in the fishing hamlet of Volendam.

Tips

  • Plan a visit between March and May if you wish to see tulips in full bloom at the Keukenhof Gardens in Netherlands.
  • Use the word ‘Ober’ for ‘Waiter’ or ‘Mevrouw’ for ‘Waitress’ at restaurants in the Netherlands.
  • If you want a quick lunch in Netherlands, try the ‘Broodje’ sandwich which comes with various types of filling.
  • If you are shopping for souvenirs in Netherlands, look for items such as wooden clogs, Jenever gin or Delft blue pottery.
  • You can head to Avenue Louise or Avenue de la Toison d’Or to shop for fashionable clothing in Brussels.
  • While in Belgium, look for kiosks named ‘Frituur’ or ‘Friteries’ for a quick and easy snack.
  • Sample local Belgian beer brands such as Duvel, Stella Artois, and Hoegaarden.
  • Use the term ‘Belgian fries’ when you want to order French fries in Belgium.

Belgium and Netherlands Tours & Trips Reviews