Belgium is a festival!
A festival that, over the years, grew to be much more then only the beats! The organisation always manages to surprise the party people with a powerful combination of pounding beats, culinary delights and mind-blowing (art) decorations and activities! Tomorrowland gathers all the best of Belgium and shows the creativity of the Belgian people! Similar to the festival, Belgium itself has a lot of love to offer!
Come and join the festival of life in our beautiful country and experience some of these attractions:
The work of famous recent Belgian artists Luc Tuymans and Arne Quinze (famous of his One World Bridge at Tomorrowland) can be admired all over the world.
But Belgium itself has a lot of beautiful art museums.
You want to discover Belgian art? Think about visiting the Magritte Museum in Brussels. The recently renovated museum is one of the constituent museums of the Royal Museums of Fine Arts of Belgium and is dedicated to the work of the Belgian surrealist artist, René Magritte.
Or the Hergé Museum in Louvain-la-Neuve, only a short ride away from Brussels. The museum invites you on a journey through the life of Tintin’s creator.
The Hergé Museum offers a comprehensive perspective via thousands of sources from and related to the work of Hergé with more than 80 original plates, and 800 photographs, documents and objects brought together under one roof.
There’s no denying it. Belgium is a foodie's paradise. Our love of good food is in our DNA. Fresh local products, talented chefs, and the love of dining together are at the roots of our eating culture.
With over more than 400 types of beer and the production of 172,000 tons of pure chocolate every year, we are allowed to call ourselves the country of beer and chocolate.
But there’s more than chocolate and beer in life, as they say.
Thanks to the Flemish Wave of young, talented chefs, Flanders is set to become the new destination for lovers of fine food. Check out the Flanders Kitchen Rebels brochure 2016 and meet some of the outstanding young chefs.
Can’t manage another mouthful? What about tasting the history of Flanders cultural treasures?
Belgian has a lot of beautiful cities, famous for their history, modern way of life and buzzing nightlife… Described by many as “Little Venice”, Bruges is one of the most unique European cities you must see when visiting Belgium.
Ghent on the other hand is called “the city of lights”. It is the city of enlightenment paradoxes with a lot of young vibes. Every summer you can enjoy the “Gentse Feesten” (a 10 day free festival with music from national and international bands and artists). Next to this vibrant nightlife, Ghent has a lot to offer for art lovers! You can enjoy the works of our old masters, like the adoration of the Mystic Lamb, a painting of the Van Eyck brothers painted in 1432. It is the highlight of the Flemish Primitives and a milestone in art history.
We have not even mentioned our capital Brussels, with a lot of beautiful buildings constructed in Art Nouveau or Antwerp, a very modern city where you can find a lot of young starting fashion designers.
With all this variation between art, fashion, culinary treats, beautiful sceneries, three official languages and English widely spoken… it is needless to say that Belgium is quite an experience!
And the one big advantage: you can enjoy all this without having to take several flights or long transfers… It’s all just a blink away!
Belgium really feels like ONE big festival!
Should you need more information, please contact Event Masters, Mr. Bert Knuts at firstname.lastname@example.org