Flights to Brussels (BE)

The heart of the European Union is located in Brussels, but that certainly isn't the only reason to discover this celebrated city. Brussels is the capital and largest city of Belgium, located near the middle of the country. Brussels International Airport offers regular service to major North American destinations, as well as connections to the rest of Europe. Upon arriving, discover landmarks such as the Grand Place Market, The Statue of Europe and Manneken Pis, a statue said to embody the spirit of the city. The city also boasts one of the finest collections of museums, galleries and theaters in all of Europe and one should leave plenty of time to truly appreciate them. During the evening, the city certainly knows how to entertain with a first class accommodations, fine dining and a vibrant nightlife sure to dazzle you. For those looking for the very heart of Europe, look no further than Brussels!

Belgium is a country located in northwest Europe and a member of the EU. Geographically the country is characterised mainly by coastal plains and deciduous forests. The climate is therefore temperate maritime with rainfall and mild temperatures throughout the year. The country is located between Germany, France, the Netherlands and Luxembourg and is bilingual, with French and Dutch spoken throughout. The country has long been known for its progressive diplomatic dispositions and fine culinary traditions, especially chocolates. For those looking for a diverse country with scenic landscapes, Belgium is the perfect destination!
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Places of interest

  • Manneken Pis
  • Grand Place
  • Atomium
  • European Quarter
  • Royal Palace of Brussels

More info about your Brussels city trip

  • Brussels Tourist Information
  • Rue Saint Bernard 30
  • 1060 Brussels
  • Tel. (+32) 2 50 40 39 0

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DateType of TripAirline Rating Price pp from
1. London-Brussels
24/11 - 27/11/2016 London-Brussels Germanwings
2. Manchester-Brussels
21/12 - 08/01/2017 Manchester-Brussels Brussels Airlines
3. Newcastle-Brussels
07/11 - 09/11/2016 Newcastle-Brussels British Airways
4. Birmingham-Brussels
04/11 - 07/11/2016 Birmingham-Brussels KLM
5. Edinburgh-Brussels
24/11 - 26/11/2016 Edinburgh-Brussels Scandinavian Airlines (SAS)
6. Bristol-Brussels
07/11 - 08/11/2016 Bristol-Brussels Air France
7. Leicestershire-Brussels
24/11 - 07/12/2016 Leicestershire-Brussels Multiple Carriers
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8. Inverness-Brussels
05/12 - 10/01/2017 Inverness-Brussels Multiple Carriers
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9. Aberdeen-Brussels
19/02 - 26/02/2017 Aberdeen-Brussels British Airways

Brussels has a mild Oceanic climate. It’s warm, not hot, in the summer and the temperature in the winter rarely goes below freezing. Rain is common, especially in the winter, but snow is rare. It is usually a good idea to carry a jacket or jumper and an umbrella.


High end clothing and antique shops can be found in the Sablon and Marolles districts, and the rue Antoine Dansaert has a more cutting edge style. Avenue Louise and rue Neuve have classic high street shopping, and Place Brugmann features an eclectic array of boutiques. The outdoor markets in Brussels are not to be missed. The city centre has a famous Christmas market, Rue Haute and Rue Blaes feature every day open air markets, and there’s a flea market on Place du Jeu de Balle every morning.


The food in Brussels is in some ways reminiscent of French cuisine, as it often features cream-based sauces and herbs, but in other ways, it’s more northern European. Fish and root vegetables feature prominently, and of course the Moules frites (mussels and chips) are perfect paired with a rich Belgian beer. Belgian sweets, cheese and baked goods are also excellent. Brussels also boasts superb French and southern European-style restaurants.


Belgium is famous for its fantastic beer, so it’s no wonder that much of the night life in Brussels involves sitting in a pub or out on a terrace, drinking with friends and people watching. Of course, there are also dance clubs in Brussels, and the live music scene is rich and varied. The Grand-Place, the old city centre, has a variety of pubs, clubs and bars and is a centre for the gay scene. Chaussee de Charleroi, Chatelain, and the Louise Area are also popular for clubbing. Pubs and live music can also be found in Ilot Sacre, Monnaie and De Brouckere, Saint-Jacques and Ixelles, near the university.

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