For me Belgium was all about Waffles and Tomorrowland.
Tomorrowland is bigger, louder, harder and most definitely crazier than any other festival I’ve ever been to. Fireworks synced to the drops of the tracks being played, floating stages in the middle of a lake, ferris wheel, dancers dressed as fairytale characters next to the DJs, Tomorrowland’s fantasy land onsite camping – Tomorrowland has it all. It takes place aptly named town Boom, Belgium, halfway between Antwerp and Brussels, a lush park with lakes, beaches, forest, and a natural amphitheater all incorporated into the various stages.
Belgian waffles are one of the country’s sweetest treasures. Both French and Flemish influenced, Belgian cuisine is known as one of Europe’s finest. Brussels has no shortage of brasseries, chocolatiers and cafés to keep your tastebuds tantalised during your stay. The dough is exquisitely made, so you can even enjoy them plain. But they’re typically topped with chocolate, powdered sugar and fresh-cut fruit.
Where to Stay:
One of your biggest travel expenses and time-consuming tasks is booking accommodation, and we all want to save time and hopefully some money when searching for deals online.
Whilst there are plenty of websites these days to help you search for accommodation, some are more trustworthy than others, and some are easier to navigate than others.
I’m sure you are already familiar with Booking.com, they are my all time favourite with lot of different types of accommodation you can book on their website:
In my opinion, not only are they the best hotel booking site, but the best accommodation website.
And if the above options aren’t enough for your style or budget, you can even book Lodges, chalets, luxury tents, campsites and more.
It is an online marketplace and hospitality service, enabling people to list or rent short-term lodging including vacation rentals, apartment rentals, homestays, hostel beds, or hotel rooms.
Unforgettable trips start with Airbnb.
Sign up now and earn a discount coupon for your first booking.