Belgium is an attractive destination for leisure travel, whether you’re looking for a short break or a longer trip. At Maxinco we will make sure that your trip is made to measure. We specialise in trips around speciffic areas of interest or themes.
Belgians love gastronomy. If you also love good food, Maxinco invites you to taste our special beers and cheeses and of course chocolate, bonbons, endives, beef stew, speculaas... And let's not forget the famous fries!
For those who like adventure, the outdoors, stoprts, enjoy walking, the Ardennes, which are the green heart of Belgium, are the place to explore with friends and family. If you prefer the beach or enjoy cycling, then you must visit our seaside! Belgium's prestigious art cities are magnificent and the perfect destination for every fan of history, architecture or culture. But above all, Belgium is a place of fun: it has a very vibrant cultural scene (exhibits, concerts, festivals, theatre, dance, etc.) and its night live is one big celebration.
Dynamic and diverse, welcoming and warm - a definite must-see
As one of Europe's must-see destinations, Brussels will welcome you with its charming atmosphere, trendy bars and restaurants, delicious food, great nightlife, numerous museums, and other attractions including the diverse and interesting exhibitions and festivals. It is also becoming known as a center of style, art, and design as well as fashion and Belgian culture.
What to see
- Grand Place: A unique mix of beautiful 17th century architecture and modern social life
- Town Hall: This Gothic-style tower remains one of Belgium's finest civic buildings
- The Royal Palace: A stunning palace in the heart of Brussels that is open for public visits
- Manneken Pis: The infamous statue serves as an symbol of the spirit and humor of Brussels
- Coudenberg: Archaeological remains of a prestigious palace dating back to the Middle Ages
- The Royal Saint Hubert Galleries: Home to lively cafes and one-of-a-kind boutiques
- Atomium: Built for the 1958 World's Fair in Brussels, now the city's most popular attraction
- Cathedral of Saints Michael and Gudula: A beautiful Cathedral at the center of Brussels
- Place du Grand Sablon: Classic European architecture, now houses high-class antiques stores, restaurants, and chocolate shops
Photo by Peter Köves
Flanders is the Northern predominantly Dutch speaking part of Belgium. It offers an abundance of things to see and do. Fladers is rich in culture, art and history, which you can explore by visiting numerous monuments and museums, arts and crafts galleries.
If you are looking for a more experiential visit, then you should not miss discovering the hundreds of specialty beers made with mastery and heart. And then there is the famous Belgian chocolate! But that is not all - there is plenty more to see and do in Flanders - fashion and design, trendy shopping, music festivals, discover the Belgian comics, cycling...
The region of Wallonia is the southern French speaking part of Belgium. Wallonia offers its visitors a combination of nature and culture, gastronomy and a friendly welcoming atmosphere.
The ArdennesThe Ardennes, situated in the south-east of Belgium, are one of nature's unspoilt areas, with vast forests, hills and fast flowing rivers. Visitors can enjoy the many picturesque villages with rich traditions and folklore as well as local arts and crafts.
Towns and cities
The Walloon cities welcome you with their rich culture, heritage, gastronomy and folklore.
- Charleroi - Wallonia's largest and a major cultural city
- Liège - the Ardent city, is lively and full of energy
- Mons - cultural capital of Wallonia and European Capital of Culture for 2015
- Namur - capital of Wallonia. Enjoy its hospitality, gastronomy and tradition
- Tournai - one of the oldest towns in Belgium and a must-see historical place
- Dinant - with its iconic landmark, the Collegiate Church of Notre Dame de Dinant