Belgium is a wonderful place to plan your next, or other, vacation. What better way is there to travel a foreign country than with all the creature comforts of home combined with the luxury and style of an RV rental? You would be hard pressed to find other options that word as well as an RV rental from Campanda. The freedom of the road in an RV let you decide when and where you are going to be, how long you will stay, and when you will sleep and eat, bathe, and rest. You don’t get these choices from other travel modes.
Facts about Belgium: Belgium is a country in western Europe known for Renaissance architecture and classic medieval towns. It is the headquarters of (EU) the European Union. The official population of Belgium is 11.35 million people. Belgium is famous around the world for it’s sought after signature chocolate, a delicacy that has been prepared in Belgium for centuries. Belgium is the 9th most populous state in the European Union.
Travel by RV rental is ideal for the European countryside, as easy access to out-of-the way locations and up-close sightseeing of the ornate houses and buildings is easily done, rather than other means that do not afford such abilities. Belgium is rich in history and culture and taking an RV rental trip will give you an inside view of the life that it holds. Nothing is more beautiful than old-world culture, and an RV rental trip to Belgium would transport you to a time that no longer exists beyond the borders of these small towns and villages of old.
If you are an avid camper, you will find that RV camping in Belgium has many choices available to you. To make it easier to find some of them, here is a list of some of the better campgrounds. Always check if a campground has RV hook-ups before you commit to staying there, some don’t. Make reservations for camping in season well in advance, you should be sure of your plans before you head out on the road. Here’s the list:
This locale contains a phial of Christ’s blood brought back from the crusades, according to folklore and repute. Visitation is permitted and tours by locals with highlights are available. An express city tour via Brussels is also available. You can charter a day trip through Brussels, visiting Ghent and Bruges as well. Basilica of the Holy Blood is a sacred site is a place those who are of the Christian faith will not want to miss. This site is open to the public and also houses a church that has regular services.
The Museum Plantin-Moretus houses the family home and printing press of the Plantin-Moretus family as it existed when it was built 400 years ago. This museum is the only one in the world on the UNESCO heritage list. Containing a baroque garden tucked behind hidden walls, this museum holds illustrations, 20,000 lead letters and 30,000 books and more in addition to its old-fashioned printing press. Contains the two oldest printing presses known in the entire world. A great spot for the literary-minded to come and visit to feel the ancient decadence.
The Francois Duesberg Museum is an exceptional museum that houses the largest collection of “pendules” in the world, contains more than 300 beautiful, priceless clocks, porcelains, silver, gilt bronzes, and jewelry. This museum is themed to represent the timeframe from Louis XVI to Napoleon. Rare and beautiful objects of various kinds are also displayed in prominence, and the museum is open to the public. A great spot for art lovers, this spot is popular among tourists and the public.
Perfect for those who are looking to spend some romantic time together, Minnewater Lake is open year-round in all seasons and is breathtaking in its expansive views and luxurious grounds. A Bruges tour with a local guide with highlights can be had, as well as an express city tour via Brussels. Day trips can also be taken through Brussels from Ghent and Bruge. The lake is open to the public and it’s a great place to go on a honeymoon or for those who hope to rekindle the fire in their relationship.
The Bastogne Barracks, located in Bastogne, was built in the year 1934 and it was at this very site that General McAuliffe replied “nuts” when surrender was demanded by the Germans during the “battle of the bulge” in WW2. Since 2010, this site has been a Royal Military Museum. Visitors can view a large collection of “battle of the bulge” objects and WW2 vehicles. The barracks are open to the public and guides are knowledgeable and friendly.
So, you think it’s a great idea, or perhaps you want to think it over a little more. No problem. Relax, and when you do decide to prepare, contact Campanda to get answers to your questions from friendly, knowledgeable agents who are only too willing to help you. The service at Campanda is always hassle-free and easy, with outlets in 32 countries and over 26,000 different vehicles to choose from. Belgium has a lot to offer, and an RV rental will save you money and let you see more of it, in style and comfort.
Take some time, when your ready contact us and we will be more than happy to get you set-up with a RV rental, camper rental, or motorhome rental that will make your journey absolutely unforgettable leaving you with memories for you and your loved ones or group that last a lifetime!