The most astonishing #streetart road trip in Belgium

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If you need proof that Belgium loves street art, go discover this relatively small country. You can’t miss the art proudly displayed everywhere. Plus, impress your followers and increase your visibility by showing them some unique vibrant street art. And once you’ve found the great Instagrammable spot, don’t be shy, share away!

Let your crew know you’re in Belgium

In the old city of Liege, medieval buildings surprisingly co-exist with mural paintings exposed on fences, walls and blind façades. So, make sure your phone is fully charged. It would be a shame to blow off the opportunity to boast that you saw IRL some amazing displays in rue Jean d’Outremeuse or Quai de la Ribuée. 

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Referee Blowing A Whistle Paint On Walls From Housing Demolition Site

Reveal your hidden street credibility to your followers

Next stop, Hasselt, 36 miles (59 km) north of Liege. Ever since you were punished because you drew on your parents’ kitchen walls, you’ve been obsessed with art and pencils. That’s why you need to explore Dorpsstraat, Schippersstraat, Ankerstraat or Koekerellenpad, some of the must-see streets filled with great art. Besides, you will be able to indulge in your life’s other passion: selfies with fabulous backgrounds. 

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Time to awaken your inner artist

51 miles (82 km) west, Brussels is home to both the European Parliament and an impressive art scene. After checking out Rue Ravensetein, Place Stéphanie or 2 Quai des Péniches, you’ll run to the nearest shop to splurge on stencils and cans of spray paints. We bet an empty bench is there waiting for your art. 

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Young Woman With Camera Phone Photographing Graffiti On Urban Wall

Give them a sneak peek of what’s cool 

Only 28 miles (46 km) away from the Belgium capital, Antwerp is a hotspot for street art. There, artists gather at the Kronenburg neighbourhood or in Meatpack, a converted warehouse turned into a hub for creative minds. Make sure you’re up to date with your urban art lexicon as these people don’t kid around when it comes to graffiti. 

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Prove them art belongs to the people 

Drive another 37 miles (60 km) to Ghent. We suggest you revise your Space Painting technique because in Werregarenstraatje and Grindbakken you are free to spray, paint and graffiti. In case you don’t have your gear with you, you can just stare at the gigantic mural painting on Predikherenlei and Van Stopenberghestraat. 

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