Travel to Belgium
Mandatory form for travel to Belgium
From August, 1st, all persons returning to Belgium and all persons travelling through Belgium and who are staying at least 48 hours must fill out an identification form (Passenger Locator Form). You can find this form here.
The ban on non-essential travel from any country outside of the European Union to Belgium is still in force and will remain so until further notice.
Neither Canadian residents nor residents are allowed to travel for tourism, family visits and regular business trips.
Exceptionally, these temporary travel restrictions do not apply to some nationalities, nor to essential workers or people traveling for imperative reasons.
The following categories are authorized to travel to Belgium for any reason.
- Belgian citizens
- Citizens of the European Union, the Schengen area and of Associated States (Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway and Switzerland)
- Long term residents of Europe
Travelers who might be granted access
- Citizens of any other country could be granted access if they can demonstrate that they are traveling for essential reasons.
For more information, please refer to the following page : visa for Belgium
Notice to all passengers
The Consulate General of Belgium in Montreal is not responsible to grant access to our territory, which is a prerogative of the Border control. The Border Control always keeps the ultimate right to let any traveler enter Belgium or not.
Any passenger must be able to show to both the airline and the border control that they meet the entry requirements of the Schengen area.
When traveling from Canada to Belgium, it is necessary to meet the current health requirements to be granted access to the territory.
Before traveling, all travelers must :
- fill out the Passenger Locator Form :
- meet the conditions of entry in Belgium: https://www.info-coronavirus.be/fr/