Welcome to Brussels!
Did you know that the land famous for its beers, chocolates, waffles and fries is not only home to NATO and the EU Institutions, but also to the Smurfs and Tintin?
Those who want to learn more about the rich cultural heritage of Belgium or want to find out what's on, should follow the links to the three regions of which Belgium is made up: visitbrussels.be (the website of Brussels Capital Region), www.visitflanders.com (the site of Flanders, the Northern Dutch-speaking part of Belgium) and www.wallonia.be/en (the site of Wallonia, the Southern French-speaking part of Belgium).
Local Weather Conditions
EUVP participants should be aware that their meetings in Brussels will take place in different buildings and that they will mostly be required to walk or, occasionally, use public transport to arrive at their appointments. Since rain and cold weather are no strangers to Belgium, it is recommended that you bring along thick soled shoes, warm clothing and a raincoat on the study-tour.
Be prepared for your EUVP study-tour and find out Belgium's weather forecast here.