Winston-Salem, North Carolina
Barclay & Company Travel
Margaret Pratt Travel
Hilton Head Island, South Carolina
Brussels has a small-town charm but a plethora of sights and activities. Enjoy numerous museums and art galleries, fantastic shopping, and restaurants galore. Brussels’ shopping district continues to grow in size and attract international fashion houses from all over. Enjoy gourmet cuisine, chocolatier shops, and some of the world’s most rare and coveted beer collections.
Belgium boasts three official languages: French and Dutch are the main languages, but German is spoken by a small portion of the population. English is widely spoken throughout the country.
A U.S. driver’s license is accepted in Belgium if you stay less than 90 days. Driving is done on the right-hand side of the road. The cities’ speed limits are approximately 30 mph and 75 mph on the 4-lane highways. There are no tolls on Belgian highways, and front and rear seat belts must be worn at all times. Children under 12 years of age are not allowed to sit in the front seat.