Going to Belgium? Try this FREE & OFFLINE travel guide with cities, attractions, road map, local prices, tips and reviews added by hikers. Join Hikersbay family, community of more than 10 000 000 travelers who use our apps and share articles, reviews, photos and recommendations.
• Available in 15 languages. • 100% free and offline (no roaming charges) • Best mobile travel guide 2013 - ACS Awards Winner.
This app offers you complete offline city guides for: Brussels, Bruges, Antwerp, Spa, Mons, Mechelen, Ghent, Liege, Namur, Bostogne and other travel destinations in Belgium.
Features of the Belgium Travel Guide by Hikersbay: • Top cities & regions in Belgium • List of attractions with multi-language descriptions and photos • Currency converter & local prices comparison (71 curriencies) • 14 days weather forecast with offline mode • Travel reviews & social recommendation • Multiple languages supported (15 languages) • Best Trips, Adventures, and To Do • Cheap hotel booking and car hire
What people say: • "Very handy. For years when I toured Paris, I lugged around a folded paper city map. Later I toured with a small thick book of arr.maps. Now it's on my pad!" • "Awesome! This app provides all the things you need. No agresive adds and doesn't need network connection at all. Really helpful." • "Absolutely good. When we had our vacation in Hong Kong it really helps me a lot. I recommend this apps to people who want to go to HK. Great work!" • "Great app, easy to use. Try to use this application for great guide going to different places you like."
With this app you get access to FREE guided walking tour around the most important and characteristic places in: Brussels, Manneken Pis. The range of free services may vary.
Belgium is a low-lying country on the North Sea coast in the Benelux. With the majority of West European capitals within 1,000 km of the Belgian capital of Brussels, and as a member of the long-standing international Benelux community, Belgium sits at the crossroads of Western Europe. Its immediate neighbours are France to the southwest, Luxembourg to the southeast, Germany to the east and the Netherlands to the north.