EU citizens can stay indefinitely; many other nationals can enter visa-free for up to 90 days.
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Belgium is easily accessed from Europe and beyond. There are direct flights and international buses from numerous destinations and a comprehensive rail network connecting to locations across the continent.
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Train A good network of trains makes public transport the best way to visit northern Belgium's car-averse cities.
Bus Buses tend to be used in conjucntion with train services rather than in competition. Reaching much of rural Wallonia especially, you're likely to need a train-bus combination.
Car In the rustic, less populous south, rail-lines are sparse, buses rare and, away from the traffic-jammed motorways, having your own wheels makes a lot of sense.
City Transport Major city transport systems are centred on buses, but Brussels and Antwerp have metro systems and trams, plus short-hop bicycle-hire stations. Liège and Namur add fun and handy riverboats to the mix.
From spooky rambles through candlelit castles to high-tech space simulators to splashing about on beaches and rivers, Belgium has plenty to thrill and inspire beyond the sheer magic of historic chocolate-box cityscapes. And most museums make a point of offering...
Foreigners other than EU and Swiss nationals, generally require a permit to work in Belgium. These are issued by the regional authorities, www.werk.be for Flanders, http://emploi.wallonie.be for Wallonia or http://werk-economie-emploi.brussels for Brussels.Self-employed individuals or employers sending staff on short-term contracts...