Cecilie34 year old, living in Brussels where I work with. I am quite chilled and open to many different experiences and topics, trying new things are essential and a way of learning new things and expanding the horizon. I also do yoga on a regular basis I want to travel more and adventure is out there ;) Feel free to reach out!
MaartjeHi, i am Maartje! Fulltime coffeeaddict, bookaddict and catlover!(although i don't mind dogs neither). Soon i'll travel to Australia, so i hope to meet up some people over there!
SaminaHeyhey i like solo traveling and meeting people traveling. I like adventure but i’m not that good in planning, witch makes it adventurous all by itself. I live to talk and dance and I get really fascinated by watching people. I study performance and have a large interest feeld.
Can host for 3 daysHi, i am Maartje! Fulltime coffeeaddict, bookaddict and catlover!(although i don't mind dogs neither). Soon i'll travel to Australia, so i hope to meet up some people over there!
Can host for 3 daysHeyhey i like solo traveling and meeting people traveling. I like adventure but i’m not that good in planning, witch makes it adventurous all by itself. I live to talk and dance and I get really fascinated by watching people. I study performance and have a large interest feeld.
Can host for 3 daysI am a 21 years old girl very open minded, I like to party but also to chill and hike why looking at amazing landscape. I like music bust mostly rock even tho I find my style in every type of music I want to see the world and discover other cultures! I am also crazy about cinema and as a good Belgian I love a good old fashioned beer. I am living for the thrill of new and unexpected experiences!
JuliaHello, I am from the Netherlands! Love to discover the world, meet people, love the vibrant city life and calmness of nature. I am adventurous climber and always in for some good dancing after sunset.
YanHey! I'm Yan. I'm currently solo travelling in Europe. I’m going to Amsterdam and Brussels in June. I’m happy to meet some travel buddies.
AlejandraMy name is Alejandra, I am 32 years old and I love to meet new people and show foreigners my city and our customs. I organize a language exchange event called Santiago Speaks, where local people and also people from different countries meet to practice languages and get to know each other. If you are interested in attending just talk to me :)
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I did an 8-day trip to Belgium, stayed 4 nights in Bruges (St Christopher's Inn), and 4 nights in Brussels (Latroupe Grand Place). Made a day trip to Ghent (from Bruges) and a day trip to Antwerp (from Brussels) and I did walking tours in both Ghent and Antwerp. Bruges is definitely the highlight of my trip, would 100% recommend visiting there. Brussels was just another city, with plenty of museums and great nightlife though.Posted: May 22, 2023
I had an amazing time in Brussels and did not encounter any safety issues, despite reading some negative experiences from others. I even wandered around at night taking photos. Gent is absolutely stunning and it captured a special place in my heart. As for Bruges, it is undeniably beautiful, although it can be quite touristy which is not usually my preference, but still worth a visit.Posted: April 30, 2023
I did my first-ever solo trip to Belgium in October and loved it. I started in Antwerp then went to Bruges which was gorgeous. I did a hot air balloon ride over the place. Then went to Brussels and did a day trip to Ghent from there. Everywhere was very easy to navigate via tram/train/bus. The language wasn't an issue as the majority of places had good English.Posted: April 23, 2023
The first time i decide to go on a long solo trip and booked myself a ticket to Belgium through a travel agency. Reason i chose them was the traveling cost and the time. It was only a one day trip but i was a bit nervous and excited to travel with strangers. Yet i was excited to get to know new people and get along with them and take a tour around the place. It was a night journey, managed to know 3-4 ppl after reaching the destination and wandered around the places , took pictures and laughed alot like we knew each other for a long time. Half way I met another Person wandering alone from my country, we spoke the same language, got along really well, and spent the entire day together comfortably exploring the places. Although I started alone, there wasn't a single moment I felt alone throughout the trip and I'm glad I'm still in touch with the People and have been good friends for an year now. There were alot of things to take back from that trip which made me take few more solo trips, meet more people.Posted: April 17, 2023Experienced: March, 2022
I traveled in November last year and I absolutely loved Belgium. I went to Brussels and Bruges and they were so beautiful. And the food was amazing. Waffles and chocolates and fries. I also did my favorite free walking tours there. I did a night one in Bruges on local legends and ghost stories and it was so interesting.Posted: April 2, 2023
I managed to do 3 cities in Belgium in 4 days as everything was so close together. I visited Antwerp, Ghent and Brugge. I actually loved Antwerp. Brugge was my second favorite.Posted: March 8, 2023
I was in Belgium at the end of August. I stayed in Brussels. It was great. I highly recommend the Sanderman’s walking tour. They take you everywhere and you get to learn a lot about the place you’re visiting. The Grand Square is beautiful. I also did a day trip to Bruges. If you are a foodie try Belgium waffles and frites (French fries) with mayo.Posted: February 18, 2023
I did a weekend in Brussels/Bruges. I think that was enough for both. Personally, I liked Bruges so much compared to Brussels, it was charming and I ended up buying lots of chocolate. I stayed in a hostel in Brussels and did a day trip from Brussels to Bruges with half price ticket as they have a weekend discounted ticket.Posted: December 13, 2022
Itinerary: Ghent (1 Day) Brugge (1 Day) Brussels (2 Days) Safety: I felt very safe all the time. Recommendations: Ghent is relatively undiscovered and a college town as well. Bruges is mostly tourism.Posted: September 25, 2022
Itinerary: 2 days: Brussesl 2 days: Bruges & Ghent 1 day: Antwerp Safety: Belgium is very safe and everyone speaks English Recommendations: Bruges is awesome. Food, beer, medieval historyPosted: September 25, 2022
Yes, Belgium is generally safe for solo female travelers. However, as with any destination, it is important to take the necessary precautions to ensure your safety. Be aware of your surroundings, avoid walking alone at night, and keep your valuables secure.
Yes, Belgium is a great destination for solo travelers. It is a safe and welcoming country with plenty of attractions and activities to explore. The country is well-connected by public transportation, making it easy to get around. There are also plenty of accommodation options, from hostels to luxury hotels, so you can find something to suit your budget.
Belgium can be expensive for solo travelers, depending on the type of accommodation and activities you choose. Accommodation in Belgium can range from budget-friendly hostels to luxury hotels, and prices for food and activities can vary greatly. However, there are plenty of ways to save money while traveling in Belgium, such as taking advantage of free attractions, using public transportation, and eating at local restaurants.
The official languages of Belgium are Dutch, French, and German. It is helpful to learn some basic phrases in the language of the region you are visiting.
The official currency of Belgium is the Euro. It is important to exchange your currency for Euros before traveling to Belgium.
Depending on your nationality, you may need to obtain a visa before traveling to Belgium. It is important to check the visa requirements for your country before traveling.
Belgium has a temperate climate with mild summers and cold winters. It is important to check the weather forecast before traveling to ensure you pack the appropriate clothing.
Belgium is generally a safe country to visit, however it is important to take the usual safety precautions when traveling. Be aware of your surroundings and keep your valuables safe.
The best time to travel to Belgium is during the spring and fall months, from April to June and September to October. During these months, the weather is mild and the days are long, making it the perfect time to explore the country.
Yes, Belgium is generally considered to be a safe country to travel alone. However, as with any destination, it is important to take the necessary precautions to ensure your safety. Be aware of your surroundings, avoid carrying large amounts of cash, and keep your valuables secure.