Belgian postal codes
Belgium uses a four-digit ZIP code system. The first two digits define the city while also dividing the country into distinct postal zones. It starts with 10 in Brussels and continues clockwise until Eeklo, which starts with 99. The target area's post office is determined by the last two numbers. Postal codes, on the other hand, may not always correspond directly with municipal boundaries.
Belgium has a significant CAP.
The following are some of the most important ZIP codes in Belgium:
1120: Neder-Over-Heembeek, Brussels
1130: Brussels Haren
The European Parliament's postal code is 1047, the EU Council's and the European Council's (Consilium) postal code is 1048, and the European Commission's postal code is 1049. NATO's postal code is 1110. If the ZIP code you're looking for isn't available, please try our postal codes search.
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