Dear Friend of Flanders,

In view of the COVID-19-situation, specific safety measures and additional restrictions are currently in place across Belgium. You will find more detailed information on following website. For the latest travel advice to our country, please consult your local authorities.

If you are travelling to Flanders, Brussels or elsewhere in Belgium for a duration of 48 hours or more, you will need to complete a Passenger Locator Form, within the 48 hours before your arrival in Belgium. 

Take good care of yourself and each other and keep it safe and healthy.  

We hope to welcome you again soon, with twice the heart, love and hospitality. 

Warm regards,

A Culinary Journey Through Flanders ©FARMBOY/JANOPDEKAMP
Our journey through Belgium with Visit Flanders took us to the northern region of Flanders. Most of the Dutch-speaking Belgians live here and the region has a lot more to offer than just big cities like Antwerp, Bruges and Leuven – especially at the culinary level.

After our first night in Brussels, our next stop was a small in the province of West Flanders called Poperinge. With an old VW bus, we drove through the countryside visiting the local Hop Museum and a nearby field where we learned about plants. Then, we had lunch at Hommelhof restaurant, where chef Stefaan Couttenye creates his renowned dishes based on local beer. 

Afterwards, we went to a small municipality, named Lo-Reninge, by bus and visited the beer café St. Arnoldus and were served a glass of Westvleteren, a beer that is brewed in one of the few trappist breweries in the world. These special breweries are run by monks and Westvleteren is known as one of the world’s best beers. To wrap up the day, we visited a small private brewery, Sezoensbrouwerij, where we had dinner with the master brewer and the chef.

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