Belgium is located in the west of Europe. The land here generally includes level seaside fields in the upper east, and southeast is possessed by the Ardennes Forest. Dutch, Flemish, French and German are the official dialects of Belgium, with Dutch being the more spoken taken after by French. The climate here is really unsurprising.
Months from April to September are the hottest. Generally the climate is entirely damp and skies are dark, which clarifies why umbrellas and parkas are a symbolic part of the dressing. Belgium has always been a popular destination in Europe and with great transport links it is very easy to get too and from Belgium.
Belgium is acclaimed for earthenware production and hand-beaten copperware from Dinant, bands from Bruges, precious stones from Val Saint Lambert, woodcarvings from Spa and Belgium's finest chocolates and precious stones from Antwerp so be it a city break or a romantic weekend away you can be sure to pick up a keepsake or maybe something special for your loved one.