The country is flat but its inhabitants stand out! Belgians are often laughed at but they don’t complain about it – quite on the contrary. Their legendary self-derision allows them to laugh at themselves with as much humour as they use to describe their place in Europe. And they are right!
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Belgian gastronomy cannot be reduced to its famous Mussels & Fries, the artistic offer is impressive, the music scene innovative and sport is practised with no much effort there – given that the country is flat. You will like this small nation that is a master at creation: carnivals, puppet shows, and their famous giants… everything is about celebration!
Dutch is one of the three official languages spoken in Belgium, with French and German. Almost 60% of the population has the Dutch language as their mother tongue. The fourth non-official language, English is generally spoken around Brussels and Antwerp. It is therefore a rich and diverse country that welcomes you for your language study stay. Be like Tintin, the famous character created by Hergé: as an indefatigable explorer, write your own travel diary to tell the story of your language course in Belgium!
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