Solo Female Travel in Beveren

Beveren is a captivating town located in the East Flanders region of Belgium, just 16 kilometers west of Antwerp. Known for its charming blend of history and natural beauty, Beveren offers a range of attractions for visitors. Its architectural heritage is exemplified by the stunning 15th-century Cortewalle Castle and the Fortress of Liefkenshoek, which narrate tales of its rich past. The city is also celebrated for the Wase Golf Club, a beautifully maintained 9-hole course. Moreover, Beveren's annual Carnival, a folkloric Vastenavond celebration, and the vibrant flower market are cultural highlights that never fail to mesmerize locals and visitors alike.

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Is Beveren good for solo travel?


Safety:Very safe

Beveren is generally a safe city with low crime rates. It's a quiet town and the locals are very friendly and helpful. However, as with any destination, it's important to stay alert and keep personal belongings secure. It's also advisable to have a basic grasp of the local language for better communication. Beware of secluded spaces during late hours and use common traveler's sense, especially at night.


Beveren is quite manageable for solo female travelers. It is a small town, which makes most attractions accessible either by walking, cycling or using local transportation. However, understanding the local language, Dutch, can greatly enhance navigation ease. Taking precautionary safety measures during night times is advisable.
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Things to do:Moderate

Beveren has its fair share of attractions, it's not particularly known for its tourist hotspots. However, the town has a quaint charm that appeals to those who revel in navigating under the radar destinations. It boasts beautiful parks and a castle, Hof Ter Saksen and Cortewalle Castle, respectively. There are multiple bike paths for active travelers, and the town itself is sprinkled with delightful eateries and local shops that add a unique character to your journey. Leveraging this will ultimately enrich your travel experience even if Beveren is not a blockbuster destination.

Food:Above average

Beveren provides an endearing culinary experience. The city has a fine selection of both traditional Belgian cuisine and a delightful blend of international flavors, making it quite diverse. You will find everything from hearty stews to delectable chocolates which are a staple of Belgium. However, due to the town's small size, the number of different types of cuisine is limited as compared to a larger city. So while the food quality is generally high and the diversity is decent, it may not cater to all tastes or preferences.


Beveren has a moderate price level when it comes to expenses. While it's not the cheapest place to visit, it's also not the most expensive. Accommodation, food, transportation, and sightseeing come at a middling price point. Shop wisely, eat at local restaurants instead of tourist hot-spots, and use public transportation to be even more budget-friendly.

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Hi! My name is Anneke typical Belgian name so you can call me Anne 😉 I'm 28 years old and this year I will be solo traveling for the first time! I love meeting new people and seeing beautiful new places.


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