Brussels is a great city to visit. It is not packed with things to do, but has a good vibe and great food. The musical instrument museum is recommended.
Campsites in Brussels
Steenweg op Ukkel 75, 1650 Beersel
Tel. 02 331 05 61
Small ground south of the city. Very basic, and run down, but cheap (about €8 for a van and 2 people).
Parking in Brussels
Parking in the city itself isn’t as bad as bigger cities such as Paris. It is easy to park for free in suburbs such as Sint-Gillis, and walk for about 30 minutes into the city centre. Make sure you park in a free zone. Some areas are metered.
Campsites in Brugge
Veltemweg 109, 8310 Brugge
www.camping-memling.be – tel: +32.50 35.58.45
Good small campsite. Costing about €20 for a camper van, 2 people and electricity. The site has free a Wifi hotspot, and a bar in summer. The people are friendly, and you can park there if you walk into the city (30 mins), or rent a bike from them. Expensive.
Parking in Brugge
There is a free car park in the city. You can park on the streets in suburban areas easily. It is easy to walk into the city.
Free parking is available along the seafront. Toilets are signposted.