The Kingdom of Belgium is commonly referred to as the capital of Europe, thanks to its hosting of the headquarters of the European Union. Despite its small size, Belgium is home to plenty of interesting landmarks and landscapes, from the flat sea coast in the west, to the rolling hills and forests in the east. Of course, Brussels and Antwerp hold much of the international limelight for Belgium, but there is so much more to see in this historic nation than just its major cities.
You can get around the country in a motorhome with ease, as there are plenty of toll-free highways spanning Belgium. On the most part, the roads and highways are well-maintained, but drivers do need to be wary of the multi-lingual signs leading to destinations. The French, German and Dutch translations lead to three different names at times. Camping grounds are located across the country, and are renowned for their comforting facilities.
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Recommended campervan drives in Belgium
Hoge Kempen National Park:
located in the Flemish region of Belgium, the pine forests and views of this park provide the perfect getaway and a great spot for camping. The drive through Hoge Kempen is remarkable, and only a few hours from Brussels. Jocomo Campsite and De Kikmolen offer cozy camping facilities for guests.
in the far eastern reaches of Belgium lays the High Fens, which is a nature reserve that sits on the highest plateau in the country. Camp inside or near the park, at sites such as Camping de la Gileppe or Wesertal, which provides easy access to the main attractions of the High Fens.
the forest of Ardennes is a spectacular natural area in the southeastern corner of the country. Travel along the Semois River, where small villages, ideal hiking spots and stunning views of the highland areas are in abundance. Camping D’Houlifontaine and La Prahay are two popular camp grounds situated upon the banks of the beautiful Semois.
What to see and do
Visiting the main cities of Belgium is a must, as though they may have been surpassed nowadays by other modern European metropolises, they were once Europe’s most treasured destinations. Brussels, Ghent, and Antwerp all boast magnificent medieval hearths, which cannot be missed. There is also a range of enchanting villages and towns to explore too, including the adventure-themed town of Dinant, charming Flemish village of Lier and the medieval city of Mechelen.
The gorgeous Ardennes region consists of magnificent rolling hills, luscious valleys and thick forests. In addition, there are beautiful castles and villages that provide charming stops for sightseers. Belgium has been involved in numerous wars throughout its history. You can visit towns like Ypres and Waterloo to explore more about Belgium’s historical conflicts.