Private jet charter and flights to Belgium
Whatever floats your boat – be it fluffy waffles topped with strawberries and dripping in melted chocolate or a chilled pint from one of the country’s 180 breweries – Belgium has a treat in store for everyone. Notorious for producing the finest chocolate in the world, it’s a country filled with culinary adventures and indulgence. Get a fast quote from Air Charter Service to Charter a private jet to Belgium.
Foodies can take their pick in capital city Brussels, which is home to a slew of Michelin-starred restaurants such as La Villa in the Sky â€“ set 120 metres above the city where diners enjoy panoramic views through glass walls. Taking part in a chocolate tour or spending the day visiting breweries is a clever way to fit some walking into your itinerary. The cityâ€™s main sights include the magnificent Grand Place square, ornate Cathedral of St. Michael and St. Gudula and Royal Greenhouses botanical garden. Shopaholics should head to Les Galeries Royales Saint-Hubert, a luxurious glass-roofed arcade built in the 19th Century.
The medieval city of Bruges is believed to have first been inhabited by the Vikings in the 9th Century. Since 1089, it has been the capital of Flanders, Belgiumâ€™s Flemish-speaking region. Known as the â€˜Venice of the Northâ€™, the city is made up of a network of canals and contains over 80 bridges, which are best explored by bicycle or boat. In the historic centre, admire the beautiful Market Square and majestic belfry tower, along with the Basilica of the Holy Blood. Discover Brugesâ€™ lace-making past at the Lace Museum peruse the many artisan chocolatiers that line the cobbled streets.
With no less than three Michelin stars, Hertog Jan, located just outside of Bruges, boasts an impressive eight-course tasting menu prepared using seasonal produce from the restaurantâ€™s very own farm. Modern architecture and landscaped gardens complement the beautifully presented dishes, which are works of art in themselves.
They say diamonds are a girl's best friend, and this couldnâ€™t be more true than in Belgium's second biggest city, Antwerp. This dazzling port city on the River Scheldt has a thriving diamond district dating back to the 1500s. Aside from the jewellery, there are other great works of art to be admired here, too â€“ work from the Renaissance master Rubens, who lived here for over 20 years, is on display in the Museum of Fine Arts Antwerp, while his lavish former residence and its surrounding gardens are open to the public.
Contact our team and weâ€™ll arrange everything you need to charter a private jet to Belgium, landing at a range of airports including Brussels Airport.