To a great extent the advancement of the country is reflected in the status of women who are both empowered and yet uphold many distinctly national values.So if you are planning to know them better, here are few things to keep in mind about Belgian women.In fact the administrative region of and around Brussels, the capital city of Belgium is officially bilingual is a mostly French-speaking enclave within the Flemish region.
Yet another aspect of the refined temperament of Belgian women is evident in their table manners.
They usually take small dainty bites while eating, perhaps in order to absorb and experience the flavors better.
Do not lose your temper and get abusive, no matter how severe the provocation.
At such times, you may even get a “judging look” from the people around; this not so much because they dislike foreigners but because they are very keen on good manners in public places.
The country is home to two distinct linguistic groups: the first is the Flemish who make up about 60% of the population.
They speak Dutch and are settled in Flanders in the northern part of the country.Also take pains to dress up neatly when going on a date with a Belgian woman.Don’t be under the impression that sporting a two-day stubble and crumpled tee-shirt will be considered macho.The second major group consists of the Walloons who speak French and are settled in southern region of Wallonia.Other than these two main groups, there is a small number of German-speakers who are localized in eastern Wallonia.Being courteous to all and awaiting your turn in all interactions of civic life is very important in Belgian society.