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Held at Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps, this Grand Prix is regarded as one of the most scenic and historical tracks.
Race day 30 August 2019
Aloft Brussels Schman Hotel, Vienna – 3 Star from R10390.00 pps
Radisson Blu Royal Hotel, 4 Star or Stanhope Hotel, Brussels – 5 Star from R11280 pps
Upgrade to silver 3 uncovered Grandstand from R4060 pps
Price Terms R10,390 p.p.Land only
Terms & Conditions
All Grand Prix packages with exception of Singapore & Abu Dhabi: 25% Non-refundable deposit required to secure a booking and balance of payment is due 6-8 weeks prior unless closer package date where full payment will be required. All proves are based on per person sharing. Rates are correct, and all packages are available at the time of publication. Prices exclude flights, meals/touring and excursions not specified, visas, travel insurance and items of a personal nature. Rates are subject to change, exchange rates fluctuations and availability. Advance purchase, weekend/peak season surcharges, block out dates and minimum stay conditions may apply
It may be a little country, but it is a lovely one, so it is sad that Belgium is often overlooked when travellers plan a trip to Europe. Tucked between the desirable and obvious destinations of London, Paris and Amsterdam, Belgium is usually treated as a stepping stone to the English Channel, or, at most, a quick stop-over for a look-see in the capital, Brussels.
Beyond the city of Brussels with its historic Gothic buildings and tall European Union office blocks, is a treasure-trove of undiscovered lazy seaside towns, and the inland wooded gorges of the splendid Ardennes, sprinkled with medieval castles and steeped in folklore. The medieval city of Bruges has character and charm galore with a rich architectural heritage, graceful canals, winding waterways and cobbled streets, and is a favourite with visitors. Belgium is a country that has inspired many artists and writers with the charm of its Gothic cathedrals, town halls, gabled guildhouses and rich museums.
After a busy day exploring it all, evenings are best spent experiencing Belgium’s fantastic cuisine and delighting in the country’s variety of 300-odd brews of beer. Belgians have a reputation for their gracious hospitality, no doubt due in part to the country’s location, which has created an international crossroads for commerce and culture. Despite this, Belgium and its distinct regions of Flemish Flanders (north) and French Wallonia (south) has proudly preserved its traditions and identity.