Belgium Airport Transfers and Taxi service with hassle free transportation
One can have a truly delightful experience when travelling through the towns and villages of Belgium. Each region has a contrasting tone of its own yet is in unison with the others.This shows in its people and their welcoming charm.
home of the world’s best chocolate and beer
A very rich cultural history, an amazing medieval legacy, 67kms of sandy seacoast beaches and charming snowy forests and skiing hills add to the diversity of its attractions and pulsating urban life, to make Belgium a favourite European tourist destination with some 8 million visitors per year.
Whether you are travelling to its towns and cities, its ski-resorts or simply on a trip to discover it’s numerous attractions and taste the Belgian lifestyle, we are here to help you reaching your destination.
Here’s Your TaxiFinder guide to Belgium, its attractions and things to do during your stay.
City Transfers & Taxi Services in Belgium
Belgium is divided into three regions: Flanders in the north, Wallonia in the south and Brussels, the bilingual capital. The Flemish and the Wallon region are each subdivided into 5 provinces.
Antwerp, East Flanders, West Flanders, Limburg and Flemish Brabant are Flemish provinces having Dutch as their main language whereas the Walloon provinces of Hainaut, Namur, Liège, Walloon Brabant and Luxembourg (not to be confused with the neighbouring country of the same name) are francophone.
The country also has a small population of German speakers in its eastern part. At the crossroads of Belgium’s language communities and within 1,000 km are the majority of West European capitals.Brussels is an amazing city and region with a population of 1.8 million that makes it the largest in Belgium. The city is bilingual, although the main language is French and is becoming increasingly multilingual due to its more diverse population.
The Belgian capital ,originally a 10th-century fortress, is one of the most visited cities in Europe, namely as the unofficial capital of the European Union but also for its iconoclastic monuments and its historic heritage.
Cities of Belgium
The other cities of Belgium equal Bruxelles in more than one aspect and attract visitors due to their unique identity and aura:
Antwerp, Belgium’s second largest city is known for its enormous Gothic cathedral, Painter Rubens, diamonds and fashion. Antwerp’s port is the second largest of Europe. You can easily get taxi service for shores excursions from this port. Bruges, known as the Venice of the North for its extensive network of canals, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and the best-preserved example of medieval Flanders. Ghent with its laid back atmosphere and university population mindset, Namur and its fairy-tale castles in which people still live in and Liège ,the cultural capital of Wallonia, are an absolute must to see. Tournai, one of the two oldest towns in Belgium and Verviers, famous for its pre-mechanical history, are examples of places which make your trip complete.
Transport & Airport Transfers in Belgium
Renting a car in Belgium is fairly expensive, beginning around €300 per week for the smallest vehicle with no personal insurance. Rental deposit, taxes and additional surcharges also apply. Hailing a taxi at a Belgian Airport is quite a battling adventure, queuing up is mandatory and when you get one after some 30 minutes in line, there is always the risk of ending up with a high rated fare due to detours or heavy traffic, especially if you are going into busy cities or distant towns and regions.
Taxis are easy to find within the city centres but fares are high and can quickly add up to much more than planned, with extra charges for luggage, night rides and waiting time. There is also the risk that it is you who ends up waiting for the cab, that’s’ not a good thing if you are going to the airport.
If you do happen to hop in a taxi, our advice is to stick to licensed ones, to never get in a taxi without agreeing on the fare beforehand (metered fare would cost you a leg) and to have the proper change. If you got a single person fare, do not hesitate to say no if the taxi wants to pick people up on the way or if the taxi driver wants ‘extra money for traffic’, even if you agreed on a price before the trip.
Pre-booking airport transfers in Belgium is a less costly, less stressful, and relieving alternative and is most definitely recommended for your ski, hotel & holiday transfers and sight-seeing excursions in Belgium.
The main airports in Belgium
The TaxiFinder service includes Multi-lingual drivers, Free Waiting Time*, Welcome Service, No Luggage Fee and our wide range of vehicles are designed to be Child, Disabled and Pet Friendly upon request.
Our private transfer service does not make stops to numerous hotels on the way nor make you wait for passengers from several flights as traditional shuttle & transfer services do.
We provide Airport Transfers, Ski Resort Transfers and Taxi Services in the Towns & Cities of Belgium at 20 to 40% less than current airport transfer fares.