accessible travel – accommodation, museums, zoo, highlights
Capital – Brussels | Currency – Euro | Timezone – GMT +1
Two million passengers traveled from Antwerp, the Red Star Line’s main European port, to North America on board Red Star Line ships. The museum focuses on their stories.
Cozmix (planetarium) – (Rate and review this place)
Magritte Museum – (Rate and review this place) (recommended for its tailor made experience for people with disabilities)
The Great War Centenary
2018 marked the 100th year after WW1. For all history fans, VisitFlanders created 2 brochures: brochure Great War centenary – Tips for visual impaired visitors (also available in Braille, large print and audio) and the brochure The Great War Centenary – accessible to everyone.
Visa – all information on applying for a visa to Belgium you find on this website.
Language – the official languages are Dutch, French and German. In tourist areas people know also English.
ATO Travel Sheets – Download in Dutch (Flanders) or French here
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Eurostar – excellent services. Trains go to France, the Netherlands and the United Kingdom. Via this link you can read all you need to know, even about connecting to other trains in other countries.