Travel and Tourism - Belgium - August 2016
“Easily accessible on the European mainland, Belgium is ideally located for inbound tourism from its major European source markets and although geographically small, it has a wealth of cultural attractions. Its famous ‘art cities’ present the visitor with an extraordinary mix of art, architecture and culture, in particular Brussels, Bruges and Antwerp, and the country’s WWI tourism sites are proving an important draw for tourists. The country has suffered in recent months from the terrorist attacks in Brussels but its established tourism product looks set to recover in the short to medium term as the city remains Europe’s ‘capital city’ and an important global business tourism destination.”
- Jessica Kelly, Senior Tourism Analyst
This report looks at the following areas:
What is the current state of Belgium's economy and how important is tourism?
Who visits Belgium, why and which regions do they visit?
How is the tourism sector supported by the transport and accommodation sectors?
How and when will Belgium's tourism product recover from the security issues that have arisen in recent months?
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