Belgium is a state in western Europe that is among the most densely populated on the continent. Tourists to the area will find there are a number of local stores at which to do their shopping.
Belgium is definitely a country for food lovers.
Belgian chocolate is made exclusively with cocoa butter and is famous for its pralines. There are probably too many chocolate shops to describe all of them. However, in each and every shop, the displays are wonderful. You’ll find chocolate of all types and designs present.
In addition to being able to stock up on some fantastic luxury chocolates, Belgium is also a well-known producer of beer, especially in Brugge. One restaurant offers over 100 types of beer on its menu. As well as chocolate and beer, the Grotemarkt and Vismarkt markets offer a wide array of local foods, wines, and other delicacies.
There are also many local bread stores in Belgium, and the country is known for the diverse types of bread it produces. These include breads of wheat, rye, oats, and more. These breads can be sweetened or not sweetened, salted or unsalted, and come in countless variations.
Kathe Wohlfahrt is a German based Christmas store that has several locations in Germany, one in France, and one in Brugge, Belgium. The store in Brugge is very close to Market Square and is a great placce to buy Christmas decorations. While in Brugge, you can also stop by Jean Moust to buy classic style art painting to take home.
Editor’s note: The information contained on this page was compiled using real traveler reviews about shopping in Belgium.
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