Published on : 08 December 20173 min reading time
Get a Slice of History with Your Camping Holidays Belgium
If you are now making plans on what you can do or where you will go to spend some quality and fun time with your friends or family this coming holiday season, one of your best options would be to go on camping holidays Belgium. While there is nothing much to be heard of about this country, Belgium remains to be one of the most worthwhile travel destinations in the world. This is attributed not only to the fact that it is an amazing country in terms of its geography, but also because of the things you will get to experience here.
Belgium is a relatively small country that is divided into three areas or regions, namely Flanders in the northern part, Wallonia in the southern part, and the capital, Brussels. Belgium is known worldwide for its very rich and marvelous countryside sceneries. But in addition to that, you should definitely witness the rich history and culture of the country. Another well loved spot in the country is the amazing forest of Ardennes. You should also take time to see the marvelous cities of Ghent and Bruges, as well as the coastline in the western part of the country, which is popular for its sandy beaches.
Taking time to visit Brussels as part of your camping holidays Belgium will give you the chance to be at the heart of Europe. You will surely fall in love with the city that is not only rich in culture, but is also multi lingual. In addition, you should not miss the city’s marvelous monuments, world renowned restaurants, and fabulous museums.
Meanwhile, Wallonia is a region that uses French as its first language. It is also where you can find the mountainous Ardennes, which is very well known for its grottoes, streams, lakes, and forests. These are some of the many areas in the country that make it a worthwhile travel destination, particularly for the people who are in love with nature and its wonders.
The west coast, on the other hand features the amazing sandy beaches that reach as far as forty miles. In this coastline you will also find Ostend, which is fairly popular for its shoreline resorts that have a quite long beach, running a total of eight kilometers. There is also a promenade, several shops and a very busy harbor.
Bruges, on the other hand, is Europe’s most perfectly preserved medieval city. It is also considered as one of the most fabulous spots in the country. Here you will have the chance to relax on a trip on a boat along the canals, go around the narrow streets, or perhaps drop by some of the several art museums and churches.
Needless to say, you will have an unlimited array of choices of where to go and what to do if you opt for camping holidays Belgium. All you will need to do is do a little research through the internet about all the information you might need when you travel.