Send a parcel to Belgium from only £17.58 inc VAT
- Collection and drop-off service available
- Get parcel cover worth up to £50 included
- Protect your parcel up to £5000 with extra cover
- Send up to 70kg on selected services
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Belgium is only a short hop across the English channel. It’s small landmass doesn’t stop it from being one of the primary gateways into Europe from British shores, which means that parcel delivery to Belgium is always big business.
DPD are always able to offer cheap parcel services to Belgium for our customers. And with plenty of express and economy options, you can make sure that whatever you’re posting to Belgium — whether its to Bruges, Brussels, or further afield — gets there on time at the lowest cost to you. Just enter your parcel details in the box above to get a quote today.Get a Quote
Maximum Parcel Length - 1.00 m
Maximum Parcel Length+Girth - 2.50 m
Maximum Parcel Length - 1.75 m
Maximum Parcel Width - 0.31 m
Maximum Parcel Height - 0.31 m
Maximum Parcel Length+Girth - 3.00 m
Do I need to deal with customs when sending from the UK to Belgium?
Belgium is a part of the EU, which means that you won’t need to attach any customs documents when posting to Belgium from the UK.
How much does it cost to send a parcel from the UK to Belgium?
Postage to Belgium costs as little as £17.58 plus VAT when you buy through DPDLocal-Online. We are able to determine ways of making deliveries more effective, and we pass all of the savings on to you. And now you can save even more when you take advantage of our bulk shipping discounts.
How should I address my parcel for delivery to Belgium?
Belgium adheres to the same addressing rules as the UK, so when addressing your parcel you can largely just follow the same rules you might when addressing a parcel within the UK. There’s a detailed breakdown of how to address a parcel to Belgium produced by the Universal Postal Union that you can read here.
What items can I send?
There are a number of items that you can’t send to Belgium because of their import regulations. Prohibited goods include:
- Meat and milk originating from non-EU countries;
- Products of protected species protected under the Washington Convention, like ivory, tortoise shell, and reptile skin;
- Fish weighing over 20kg.
For more information of what you can and can’t send to Belgium, get in touch with the Belgian customs authority. You should also refer to our prohibited items page for a list of items that our couriers can’t legally carry