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Great news: our eurovelobelgium site is now trilingual!

18 February 2022
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A big step forward for bicycle tourism in Belgium! After a few years of being exclusively in English, our website www.eurovelobelgium.be is now available in English, French and Dutch.

A big step forward for bicycle tourism in Belgium! After a few years of being exclusively in English, our website www.eurovelobelgium.be is now available in English, French and Dutch.

In the "EuroVelo" section, you can find the 5 European cycle routes that pass through Belgium. In the blink of an eye, you'll discover lots of extraordinary routes. Steps, distances, inclines and difficulty levels can all be seen at a glance. We can also give you a brief description of the route, and all the practical details to get you started: GPXs of routes, ideas for visits, stations located on the route, local accommodation and bike shops, and many more labelled Bikes Welcome and Bike Friendly.

In the "practical info" section, we share all our advice to help you get as ready as possible for your next bike trip: how to plan your route, how to get around on public transport with your bike, what the different marking types are in Belgium and information on services exclusively reserved for cyclists.

The "getaway" section will help you to discover all tracks for cycling adventures in Belgium, that take 1 to 11 days. There's something for every taste, every level. Whether you're a culture vulture or a nature lover, you'll find everything you can think of there!

It's in the "news" section that you'll find all the hot gossip about bicycle touring in Belgium. You won't have to worry about missing out on new route plans, quirky hidden gems and exceptional stories if you regularly check this section.

Don't hesitate to "contact us" if you have any questions or specific requests! We're always happy to chat to you...in three languages!

Discover the website: www.eurovelobelgium.be

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Across Belgium via the Eurovelo 3 - Testimony from Dwars

10 January 2022
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In this article, we share with you the story of two cyclists, Stefan and Raymond, who decided to take a short, 4-day bike tour along the EuroVelo 3 in Belgium. (original article published on www.fietsenwandelbeurs.nl in Dutch here)

With a length of almost 5,300 km, the EuroVelo 3, also known as the Pilgrim’s Route, leads from Trondheim in Norway to the pilgrimage site of Santiago de Compostela in Spain, and passes through Belgium on the way. You could say it's too long for the average cyclist, and, in practice, most people only ride a part of the EuroVelo 3, with the option of continuing the journey a year later.

(Article coming from www.fietsenwandelbeurs.nl Text Stefan Maas image: Stefan Maas/Raymond Boekhout - 28 June 2021)