Cheap Flights to Brussels, Belgium


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  • American Airlines
  • 18 Feb 2019 - 23 Apr 2019
  • fr$500.00
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  • 10 Jan 2019 - 25 Feb 2019
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Brussels is well-known for its edgy art scene interspersed with historical architecture and a lively nightlife. The city has a friendly and welcoming atmosphere, with the Belgian people showing their polite and affable nature.

For foodies, there’s an exciting variety of restaurants to delight your palate and capture your imagination. From the exclusive Comme Chez Soi, where you will need a reservation weeks in advance, to the cheerful ‘chip’ kiosks, or fritkots where you can find Brussels’ favourite fries - double fried, of course.

After enjoying a delicious meal in the city, you can experience the fantastic nightlife, trying out Brussels’ countless beers in cafés where you can relax and enjoy the atmosphere of the city.

While you walk around the city of Brussels, you will be treated to the architectural beauty of the area. From the grand and gothic official and religious buildings, such as Brussels Town Hall, to the contemporary, and futuristic structures, such as the French-Speaking Parliament building

5 Things You Need to Know About Brussels

While you’re getting ready for your trip to Brussels, there are a few key things that can be helpful to know:

Time Difference: UTC +1 hour
Currency: Euro (€)
Native Language: Dutch
Weather: Brussels sees pleasantly warm weather during July and August, with cooler but fine weather during May, June and September. You can expect cold and wet weather between October and March.
Sales Tax: 21%

Flying to Brussels From the US

Here is what you’ll need to know about flying from the US to Brussels, including flight times, entry requirements and the airlines which offer direct flights.

Flight Times

Depending on where in the US you’re flying from, you can read Brussels in roughly 7-14 hours, with direct flights available from East Coast cities such as New York and Washington D.C. If you’re flying from other cities across the States, you may need to take a more indirect route which will probably take a little longer.

Entry Requirements

If you’re a US citizen, you can visit Belgium without a visa, so long as your trip lasts no longer than 90 days.

Airlines That Fly to Brussels

You can find direct flights between the US and Brussels from a number of different airlines, including:

- United
- Brussels Airlines
- Delta

The Airport

Brussels Airport (BRU)

Brussels Airport is located on the outskirts of Brussels and there are easy links to the city centre, so you can get into the city easily. The train is probably the easiest option, with a train leaving every 10 minutes between 5am and 12am every day. It only takes 18 minutes to get to Brussels Central Station, and you can expect to pay €12.70 ($14.50).

10 Brussels Must-Dos

While you’re in Brussels, there are so many things to see and do - too many to fit in, but here are just ten of our favourite ‘must-dos’ in the city:

- Atomium
- The Belgian Comic Strip Center
- MIM (Musical Instruments Museum)
- Mini Europe
- Natural Sciences Museum
- The European Parliament Hemicycle
- Museum of the City of Brussels
- Place du Jeu-de-Balle Flea Market
- Grand Place
- Old England Building

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