Flights to Brussels
One day in Brussels is never enough to see all the highlights. Of course you need to see City Hall, the Bread House and the neighbouring guild houses with their wonderful façades, before shopping at the Galeries Royales Saint-Hubert. But you certainly need to take to the side streets for the many chocolate shops and fun cafés.
4 reasons for choosing Brussels
Brussels is home to the European Parliament
Festivals such as Brussels Summer Festival and Zinneke Parade
The city is a melting pot of cultures and nationalities
Brussels is a city for any budget
Off to Brussels
Tips and fun facts about Brussels
Useful and fun to know before departure
Did you know that Audrey Hepburn was born and (partly) grew up in Brussels? The world-famous singer/rapper Stromae was also born here!
Visit the Atomium in the Heysel park for panoramic views of the city. Five of the nine spheres are open to the public.
Brussels is more than simply waffles and fries. With 138 restaurants per square kilometre, there is always something to suit your taste.
Alongside the hipster fashion and design scene, museums and art galleries are flourishing in Brussels. Each year sees no less than 18,000 cultural activities here.
When can I fly?
Flight schedule to Brussel