Dear Friend of Flanders,

In view of the COVID-19-situation, 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 within the European Union, you no longer need to complete a Passenger Locator Form.

If you are travelling to Flanders by plane, boat, bus or train and you are travelling from a third country that is not on the white list of European Union, you will need to complete a Passenger Locator Form within 6 months before your arrival in Belgium.


You can find all the information on the official website.


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.


Please see this infographic for travel information between the UK and Belgium


Warm regards,
VISITFLANDERS.

Here we share a few of the personal stories and photos that we received linked to the Great War in Flanders Fields. Together we can keep the memory alive!

Edith Cavell

Edith Cavell

The daughter of a vicar, Edith Cavell was born in Norfolk, England, in 1865. As a young woman she had a governess job in Brussels. In 1896, she decide…

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Harold Morgan

Harold Morgan

Harold Sydney Morgan was born on May 2nd 1890 in Pennsylvania, USA, as the son of Welsh immigrants. Harold was one of five children and the couple’s e…

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John McCrae

John McCrae

John McCrae was born on November 30th, 1872 in Guelph, Ontario, Canada as the son of Scottish immigrants. Medicine, the army and poetry were family tr…

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Marie Curie

Marie Curie

Mary Sklodowska was born on the 7th November of 1867 in Warsaw (Poland). She was the youngest in a family of 5 children. As a young girl, she dreamt o…

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Nellie Spindler

Nellie Spindler

Nellie Spindler was born in Wakefield, a small city in Yorkshire, England. She’s the eldest daughter of George and Elizabeth, has two younger sisters,…

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Philip Clayton

Philip Clayton

During World War I, Poperinge was part of a small piece of unoccupied territory in Belgium. Far away from the turmoil of the Ypres’ front, the city be…

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