Belgium is a safe country to live and visit. Although violent crime remains unusual. However, low-level street crime is common. So, muggings, purse snatchings, and pickpocketing occur frequently in tourist areas. Especially the three train stations in Brussels like North Station (Bruxelles-Nord or Brussel-Noord), Central Station (Bruxelles-Central or Brussel-Centraal), and the South Station (Bruxelles-Midi or Brussel-Zuid) need special care. Moreover, thieves often steal carry-ons placed above seats when large crowds of people exit at a train stop. As per a Recent Report, there is an increase in theft from vehicles.
In fact, public transportation is excellent in most parts of Belgium and is used by much of the population. Furthermore, the Inter-city trains, metro trains, trams, buses, and taxis make moving around the country very easy.
A hostel dormitory bed starts around €15~20 and most hostels come with breakfast. Budget hotels start at around €50 per night for a single room with basic amenities. While Airbnb is popular throughout the country and you can get a shared room for €16 and an entire apartment start around €50.
However, the other sites to plan and choose your accommodation are Air BnB, Agoda, and Hostelworld. When you’re looking for a hostel, do your research, read reviews to get a feel for the place. And finally, book at somewhere that suits you
It is sometimes said that Belgian food is served in the quantity of German cuisine but with the quality of French food. Belgium is often called the country of beer, chocolate, fries, and waffles. So, top of the list must-try eateries includes the
Suggested daily budget – For Backpacking a suggested budget of 50~60€ is fair. It includes a bed in a dorm, a portion of basic food, and public transport within the city with a couple of site seeing.