COVID-19: Touristic attractions remain closed for the time being in Wallonia. Museums, however, have reopened since December 1, 2020.

We do our best to keep our information up to date but it's always best to check with the site you hope to visit before heading there - by phone, email, social media or simply by visiting their website - to see their latest opening hours and entry conditions.

Please note that:

  • Touristic sites, theme parks, attractions are closed for the time being
  • Access to wildlife parks also is limited. It is important for all to follow the regulation in place
  • Lodgings can still welcome visitors. Their catering services will only serve customers spending the night. Their lobby, bar or any counter serving drinks are closed for the time being
  • Restaurants, bars and places serving drinks have been asked to remain closed 
  • Journeys, by your own means or by public transport are allowed in Wallonia within recommended times. The curfew starts at 10 pm and finishes at 6 am
  • Groups of 4 persons max can meet outdoors

We all have a role to play in this. Please join us in respecting these simple rules:

  • Wash and disinfect your hands regularly
  • Respect social distancing
  • Wear a mask (mandatory in public transports, shops and wherever social distancing is not possible. Some cities have made it mandatory in the streets as well)
  • Use bins to discard masks, gloves, tissues and wipes 


Please check each site's opening times and conditions before travelling. Most will need you to have booked your visit or stay in advance. 

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Entry to Belgium

 If you’re a non-resident travelling to Belgium:  
      - A negative PCR test taken no more than 72 hours prior to arrival is necessary for all non-residents, regardless of their nationality. An antigen test will not be accepted by the authorities. 
      - You will be refused entry if you fail to comply with these restrictions. Please note that you will be responsible for any associated costs. 
      - Please consult the Belgian Embassy’s website for the latest information and guidelines.

You must also complete an electronic Passenger Locator Form in the 48 hours before arriving in Belgium from abroad. 

A traffic light system has been introduced of high, medium and low risk regions in the EU, non-EU Schengen countries and the UK. Traveling from a Medium and/or high risk region requires to take a test and self-isolate. Click here for more information.

Returning to the UK

International travellers will need to show a negative Covid-19 test before being allowed into the UK. The rule applies to returning UK nationals as well as foreign citizens. Passengers will need to produce a test result taken less than 72 hours before boarding planes, boats or trains to the UK.

Arrivals will still need to quarantine for 10 days, even with a negative test, unless they are coming from one of the limited number of countries deemed low risk on the government’s travel corridor list.

You will also need to fill this online form before travelling back. You will need to show your completed document when you arrive at the UK border, either by printing a copy or showing it on your phone. This is simply for the government to contact you if you or someone you have travelled with develops coronavirus (COVID-19) symptoms.

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