We've looked at the most up-to-date weather data for Belgium, covering the last 12 years up to 2022, plus we've asked our team of travel bloggers for their first-hand experiences in order to answer the most frequently asked questions about Belgium weather in January.
What's the temperature like in Belgium during January?
January is typically the coolest month in Belgium. The temperature reaches around 5℃ during the daytime, falling away to 1℃ at night. The UV index will be low at this time of year, so not something to worry about. However, if you're going to be outside for long periods it's always a good idea to apply a small amount of sunscreen to exposed skin.
Does it snow in Belgium during January?
Possibly. There's a chance of snow during January but not as much as you might think. Check the local forecast before you leave home so that you can pack appropriate footwear and clothing.
Does it rain in Belgium during January?
On average, there will be 7 rainy days during the month, amounting to 10.4mm in total. That's almost nothing at all, therefore rain isn't something we think you need to consider. There's a small chance that you'll catch a thunderstorm during your trip.
Departure10 January 2023 I'm flexible
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BoardAll-inclusive Full-board Half-board Breakfast Self catering Room only
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Belgium Blog posts
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14th April 2021 by Two Monkey's TravelWeekend itinerary in Ghent, Belgium
Some people might never heard of Ghent before unlike Brussels, Bruges, and Antwerp. Despite being the country’s oldest city, Ghent is truly the gem of Belgium. This unique and romantic place is rich in medieval and classical architecture. The whole city looks like an open-air museum. The vibrant colors enrich the center of trade and culture. Its industrial ambiance is a perfect contrast for the medieval building and spectacular landscape views. This region from Western Europe is not all...
11th March 2021 by Two Monkey's Travel15 best things to do in Ghent, Belgium
A confluence of the Leie and Scheldt rivers, the port city of Ghent “Gent” is located. It is the capital and largest city of the Flanders region and the second-largest municipality in Belgium. Some people might never hear of Ghent before unlike Brussels, Bruges, and Antwerp. Despite being the country’s oldest city, Ghent is truly the gem of Belgium. This unique and romantic place is rich in medieval and classical architecture. The whole city looks like an open-air museum. The vibrant...
7th September 2019 by Charlie, DistractedA beer lover’s guide to 36 hours in Brussels, Belgium
I’d passed through Brussels Midi station four times without ever getting any further than one overpriced bar directly outside whilst waiting for a connecting train to other towns in Belgium. The Eurostar is synonymous with a Paris city break and the recent opening of the Amsterdam route now also shares some of that limelight, but in just two hours you can be right in Belgium’s capital. I headed there for a weekend of beer drinking interspersed with some very light sightseeing...
28th July 2019 by Budget TravellerMy 75 tips to save money when travelling in Europe
Welcome to my ultimate guide to backpacking Europe on a budget- in this post I have pulled together my 75 best tips to save money while travelling in Europe. The post is a summary of my best posts and tips till date on the BudgetTraveller- all my 10 years of travelling across Europe, distilled into one simple blog post. There are still so many cool new tips and budget hacks that I am still discovering so if I missed out anything, I’d welcome your tips and feedback in the comments below. To...
15th July 2019 by The Wandering QuinnHow to visit 3 cities in Belgium in 3 days – Bruges, Brussels & Ghent
I feel like Belgium doesn’t get as visited as many other countries in Europe which is strange because it offers great architecture, chocolate, and beer and what more do you really need? If you’re looking for a short European city break from the UK or elsewhere in Europe, Belgium is a good answer because you can see a lot of places in Belgium in a short amount of time due to the size of the cities, the size of the country and a good train system. I visited Belgium for a long weekend over...
1st March 2021 by TravMonkeyCraft beer lovers weekend itinerary in Ghent
I took a quick trip Ghent over a long weekend, taking advantage of how easy it is to get there with the Eurostar from London. I’ve been to Ghent a few times before and was always struck by how little people talk about it in comparison to Bruges, Brussels and Antwerp. I’ve always found this historic old university town fairly underrated in the grand scheme of things. Thankfully it means fewer tourists (although there’s still a fair few) and more local experiences on offer. If the lure of...
31st January 2021 by Backpacks and BunkbedsThings to do in Brussels – My top 5
The top things to do in Brussels, what are they exactly? Well obviously opinion will vary depending upon whom you ask, but I think I’ve covered a couple of the basics below. Just a shot hop from London via Eurostar, Brussels seemed like the perfect spot to kick off my travels for 2016, and I was pleasantly surprised by a city that I’ve often overlooked in favour of Paris. Well no more, Brussels is firmly on the favourites list, and somewhere I will definitely be looking to visit again in...
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