Share their infectious enthusiasm for the city via walks, beer tours, bike rides, raft and canoe trips and other activities. Or just shop for some superb, hard-to-find local craft beers, complete with stories of the…
Located around the side of the stadhuis, the Visit Leuven tourist office sells tickets for tours of the Stadhuis and Stella Artois, and produces a handy app called Leuven Walk.
In what was once the Dutch-side town hall, this tourist office helps make sense of Baarle's cartographic craziness with an exhibition room displaying maps and a historical timeline explained in four (sometimes garbl…
Tourism Antwerp has a large, central office with helpful staff – pick up maps, buy tram/bus passes and book tickets here. There is also a booth on the ground floor of Antwerpen-Centraal station.
The city's helpful tourist office has a comprehensive website, gives away excellent free maps and rents a few bicycles (per day €16).A location move to the Schepenhuis is planned by 2019.
The excellent tourist office is a three-minute walk east from Grote Markt. Pick up a copy of the superbly insightful Youth Plan Hasselt map/guide sheet.
Next door to St-Katherinakerk in the 1534 stadhuis (town hall), this helpful tourist office offers a range of suggestions for local hikes.
Sells many locally produced products and sits handily in the gateway of a solid 1846 building leading through to Het Toreke.
Helpful office worth visiting to admire the town hall's splendid chandeliers, ceiling mural and portrait of Leopold I.
The most central post office is tucked inconspicuously into the entrance portal of the Meir parking complex.