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Rent an RV in Belgium

Belgium is a small but beautiful country that offers plenty of opportunities for a memorable camper van road trip. From rolling hills and verdant forests to charming villages and picturesque towns, explore the beautiful scenery at your own pace. A road trip in Belgium will take you through some of the most beautiful and scenic routes in the country. Rent a camper van, a Class B or Class C RV in Belgium and sample some of the country’s culinary delights or try out the local produce with your mobile kitchen. Whether you’re interested in exploring charming medieval towns, sampling delicious food and drinks, or taking in stunning natural scenery, you’ll find plenty to enjoy on a road trip in your camper van rental in Belgium

Explore Belgium RV Rentals

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Surfer Suite Class B RV | VW T6.1 California Ocean

  • 150 hp diesel engine
  • Integrated kitchen
  • Outdoor shower (cold water)
  • Automatic pop-up roof
  • Rear parking sensors with camera
  • Cruise and distance control ACC, GPS
  • 5
  • 4+1

Beach Hostel Class B RV | VW T6.1 California Beach

  • 150 hp diesel engine
  • Big bed (whole vehicle width)
  • Slide-out kitchen
  • Manual pop-up roof
  • Rear parking sensors with camera
  • Cruise and distance control ACC, GPS
  • 4
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Road House Class B RV | Sprinter

  • 140 hp diesel engine
  • Large kitchen area
  • Indoor shower/wet bath (hot water)
  • Toilet
  • Manual pop-up roof
  • Rear parking sensors with camera, cruise control, etc.
  • 4
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Travel Home Class B RV | Mercedes Marco Polo

  • 163 hp diesel engine
  • Integrated kitchen
  • Outdoor shower (cold water)
  • Manual pop-up roof
  • RV trailer hitch
  • Rear parking sensors with camera
  • 5
  • 4+1

Camper Cabin Class B RV | Ford Nugget

  • 170 hp diesel engine
  • Integrated kitchen
  • Outdoor shower (cold water)
  • Manual pop-up roof
  • RV trailer hitch
  • Rear parking sensors with camera
  • 4
  • 2+2

Family Finca Class B RV | Sprinter

  • 177 hp diesel engine
  • Large kitchen area
  • Indoor shower/wet bath (hot water)
  • Toilet
  • Fixed high roof
  • Rear parking sensors with camera, cruise control, etc.
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Couple Cottage Class B RV | Sprinter

  • 130 hp diesel engine
  • Large kitchen area
  • Indoor shower/wet bath (hot water)
  • Toilet
  • Without pop-up roof
  • Parking assistance & tempomat
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  • 2+1

Cozy Cottage Class C RV

  • 177 hp diesel engine
  • Spacious living-kitchen area
  • Large wet bath (hot water)
  • Toilet
  • Without pop-up roof
  • Rear view camera, cruise control, spacious rear compartment, etc.

Your roadsurfer Benefits



Brand new, fully equipped camper vans & RVs


Unlimited mileage & free 2nd driver


Rebook or cancel with the Flex option up to 48 hours before departure


Camping equipment & kitchen utensils included


Roadside assistance


Your Belgium Road Trip

Belgium is a wonderful destination for a road trip in a camper van rental, with a variety of beautiful landscapes, charming towns, and cultural attractions to see. Belgium is a small country which makes it easy to explore. It is also centrally located in Europe, making it easier to visit other countries on a longer camping vacation. There is a lot of delicious local cuisine to discover at local markets, cafes, and restaurants, and don’t forget to try the chocolate. Belgium’s natural beauty is perfect for outdoor activities such as hiking, cycling, and kayaking. The Ardennes region offers many opportunities for outdoor adventures.

Driving rules in Belgium

There are several rules and regulations that you should be aware of to ensure a safe and legal driving experience in Belgium. Here are some of the most important driving rules in Belgium:

  • The speed limit on Belgium highways is 120 km/h (75mph), while on other roads the limit is usually 50 km/h (31mph) or 70 km/h (43 mph). In urban areas, the limit is typically 30 km/h (19mph).
  • Roundabouts are common in Belgium. Drive counterclockwise, and give way to traffic already in the roundabout.
  • There are no toll roads in Belgium, but some tunnels and bridges may have tolls.
  • In winter conditions, vehicles are required to be fitted with winter tires or carry snow chains.
  • If you are traveling into Belgium, a Low Emission Zone rule applies and requires vehicles to be registered and approved before entering the LEZ zone.

Camping in Belgium

Belgium is a great destination for camping enthusiasts, with a range of campgrounds and locations throughout the country. Whether you are looking for a rural retreat, a coastal getaway, or a city break, there are plenty of options to choose from.

  • Traditional Campgrounds – Fully-equipped campgrounds for every budget, and are ideal for families with children as they often have swimming pools, playgrounds, and organized entertainment.
  • Independent Campsites – Camp off the beaten path, but legally! Find private camping spots in lush forests, by scenic rivers, or in seaside towns. You can book a unique camping experience with roadsurfer spot in advance or spontaneously on the road.
  • Wild or Dispersed Camping – Generally not allowed in Belgium. The country has strict laws regulating camping and outdoor recreation, and camping is only permitted in designated areas. There are some exceptions to this rule, such as in certain wilderness areas and forests where bivouacking (camping without a tent) is allowed for one night only. However, these areas are limited, and specific regulations must be followed. Additionally, it is important to respect the environment and practice Leave No Trace while camping.

Popular events & festivals in Belgium

Belgium is a country with a rich cultural heritage and a long history of festivities and celebrations. From traditional carnivals to modern music festivals, there is always something happening in this vibrant and diverse country.

  • Carnival, March, select cities – Belgium is home to a number of lively and colorful carnival celebrations that take place throughout the country in March. These festivals, which are deeply rooted in Belgian culture and tradition, typically involve parades, music, dancing, and other festive activities. One of the most famous carnival celebrations in Belgium is held in the city of Binche.
  • National Day, July, whole country – a day of national unity and pride celebrated on the 21st of July each year. The festivities begin on the evening of July 20th. On the day of, there is a military parade in Brussels, followed by a series of events and activities.
  • Tomorrowland, July, Boom – One of the world’s largest and most popular electronic dance music festivals, held annually in Boom in July. For those lucky enough to secure a ticket, Tomorrowland is a must-visit event, offering an incredible celebration of music, culture, and community in the heart of Belgium.
  • Fête de la Wallonie, September, whole country – The Fête de la Wallonie is a joyous celebration of the Walloon Region’s unique culture and traditions, and it is a wonderful opportunity to experience the warmth and hospitality of the people of this vibrant part of Belgium. It takes place over the third weekend of September, with the main celebrations occurring on the 15th of September.
  • King’s Day, November, whole country – The Feast of the Belgian Dynasty is celebrated on the 15th of November. Although it is not an official public holiday, many Belgians take the day off work to celebrate and enjoy the festivities.
  • Christmas Markets, December, whole country – A popular attraction throughout the country during the holiday season. These markets usually open in late November and run through December, offering visitors a chance to enjoy the festive atmosphere and pick up unique holiday gifts, decorations, and treats. The largest and most famous Christmas market is in Brussels.

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