Where is Tomorrowland

Where is Tomorrowland


Tomorrowland is held in Boom, Belgium.

For most a Tourist Visa is not required, hower belgium.visahq.com is a good place to check. Alternatively, you can type in "Belgian Embassy in (YOUR COUNTRY NAME)" into your search engine and that way you can find the details for you local embassy and double check with them.

Fly to Tomorrowland

The nearest airport is Antwerp, however most commercial airlines will land at Brussels, but bare in mind both have public transport links to the festival.

When you have arrived at the airport, you will need to get a train to Mechelen or Boom, and a shuttle or bus from those stations to the site further information will be available at the time.

For further information on how to get to Boom or Mechelen station from the airport check out www.delijn.be and www.nmbs.be

It's important to note that Boom station does not have any shops or restaurants, so if you need a coffee before leaving, grab one on site!

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Local Information

While most people in Belgium speak English moderately, Local travel boards suggest it is more polite to attempt to talk to locals using Dutch or English as opposed to French.

Situated in the Flanders region of Belgium local towns and cities to check out include Antwerp and Mechelen, below we have listed some attractions to enjoy whilst you are there if you choose to venture into those areas.


  • Antwerp Zoo - one of the oldest in the world, 4000+ animals in 19th Century design and architecture.
  • Churches and Cathedrals - There are many Gothic churches including Cathedral Of Our Lady, one of the largest Gothic cathedral in North Europe
  • Bourla Theatre - Neo-classict therate building, with a highly recommendeed pastry salon inside
  • The Red Light Disctrict - obivously :-P
  • Diamond District - Antwerp is known as the world's leading diamond city, with 70% of the world's diamonds traded there, even if you can't afford any, it's worth seeing!
  • Vlaeykensgang - the "hidden" street only accessible by unassuming medieval front doors.
  • Instrgram materical can be found at: The Begijnhof Gardens, The city view at the end of pedestrian tunnel St Anna, The Kloosterstraat with antique shops selling odd things.


  • Speelgoedmusuem - The Museum Of Toys
  • The Palace of Margaret Of Austria
  • The surviving 16th Century houses near Vismarkt
  • 45 min boat cruise which only costs 6, catch it from Haverwerf