Belgium has an extensive network of interesting long-distance cycling routes, which allow you to explore this fascinating country. The clearly marked-out trails - many of which are car-free, high quality and safe - will give you an unforgettable cycling experience. And when you take breaks, make sure to try the local beer (there are about 224 breweries in Belgium, so the next one is never far away), a bag of chips with your favourite sauce and for desert, some good Belgian chocolate! You'll be sure to leave with renewed energy for exploring the country's cycle routes.

There are 5 EuroVelo routes which cross this wonderful country: routes 3, 4, 5, 12 and 19, adding up to a total of over 1000 km. In Wallonia, routes 3, 5 and 19 follow the RAVeL networks for the most part. In Brussels, you will pass the capital’s extraordinary sights. In Flanders, routes 4 and 12 go along the coast and route 19 follows the Meuse River. Each country has a national coordinator to ensure the smooth running of its routes and to answer any questions travellers might have, and “Pro Velo” is fulfilling this role for Belgium.

National Information

EuroVelo Belgium

National EuroVelo Coordination Centre

Find more information about the EuroVelo 3, 4, 5, 12 & 19 on the website On each route, there is a description of the road, the level of difficulty, the number of kilometers, etc. It is also possible to download GPS data and to find out more point of interest of the road.

+32(0) 2 502 73 55

Pro Velo

National EuroVelo Coordination Centre

Through developing personalised solutions that facilitate and encourage people to transition to cycling, Pro Velo contributes to a higher quality of life. Pro Velo develops personalised solutions to facilitate and encourage people to transition to cycling. Theirs mobility experts support governments, organisations and citizens. The association improve the public image of cycling and accompany future cyclists, young and old, on the road.

+32 2 502 73 55

Chemin du Rail

Chemins du Rail is a non-profit organization that encourages the development of old railway lines to turn them into greenways. To achieve this goal, the association publishes a quarterly newsletter and organizes walks and trips. They offer publications as well as discovery courses. They run a documentation center and provide technical advice. They are also busy trying to preserve railway heritage.

+32 (0)81 65 75 96

Cycling in Flanders

All you ever needed to know about cycling in Flanders. Discover impressive routes, challenging bucket lists and tips to plan your stay!


GRACQ - an acronym for Cyclists' Research and Action Group in French - is a volunteers driven non-profit organisation representing cyclists in Wallonia and the Brussels region and promotes their rights. GRACQ was established in 1975 and has been advocating for better conditions for cyclists in French-speaking Belgium ever since. Its means of actions include grass-root activism, campaigns and lobbying. It regularly partners up with its equivalent on the Dutch-speaking side, Fiestersbond.

+32 (0)2 502 61 30

Grote Routepaden

Grote Routepaden is a non-profit organization that develops, signposts and maintains the LF cycle routes and long distance walking paths in Flanders. The management of the LF network is a shared responsibility with Tourism Flanders. Grote Routepaden also publishes topo guides and other cycling and walking products. EuroVelo 4 and 12 follow LF1 through Ostend and De Haan, EuroVelo 5 follows LF6 through Ronse, Geraardsbergen and Brussels, and EuroVelo 19 follows part of 'Vlaanderen Fietsroute'.

0032 (0) 3 232 72 18

RAVeL & Cycle Routes in Wallonia

The RAVeL is more than 1,400 km of paths reserved for pedestrians, cyclists, horseback riders and people with reduced mobility. The Réseau Autonome des Voies Lentes (RAVeL - Network of slow lanes) is composed of greenways that are developed on old towpaths and abandoned railways. This results in more than 50 marked routes for family walks, hikes, horseback riding, rollerblading or, of course, cycling... Free phone number in French: 1718.


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