Cheap Flights to Brussels
Brussels is the capital of Belgium, land of hundreds of different beers, golden fries, delectable pastries and of course a variety of chocolate and candy.
Brussels itself dates back as far as 979 A.D. judging by excavations that revealed Roman, Neolithic and Merovingian settlements. Today Brussels is a mixture of old architecture and modern buildings, manicured parks, close to 90 museums, and a variety of stores ranging from couture to vintage items.
Best Time to Book a Flight to Brussels
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Airlines that Fly to Brussels
Air Canada, Brussels Airlines, and Air Transit all fly directly to Brussels. Other airlines that fly that route are Lufthansa, British Airways, KLM, Swiss Flights, and many others. The flight between Toronto and Brussels takes approximately 7 hours, spanning 3,743 miles. Between Vancouver and Brussels the flight takes 10 hours, covering 4,853 miles.
What to See and Do in Brussels
Before going sightseeing, it is recommended that tourists buy a hop-on-hop-off bus card. Not only will this card allow you cheaper bus rates, but it also offers a discount for a variety of attractions. Places of interest are the grand place of Brussels, the peeing boy, the Atomium, mini Europe, palais de justice, the opera house and the Brussels zoo.
What to Expect when Arriving at Brussels Airport
The Brussels airport is surprisingly easy to navigate. Directions to the luggage claim and arrivals hall are clearly marked with ceiling signs, making it almost impossible to get lost.
Along the way, fashion, jewelry, lingerie and a variety of other stores will fight for your attention. For the hungry, there are restaurants. For the thirsty there are juice bars and coffee shops, including Starbucks.
Other services include money exchange, medical assistance and a pharmacy, internet service, cell phone rental and fax, toilets, places of worship, a porter services to help you with your luggage, and wheelchairs for passengers with limited mobility.
If you feel a little tired or weary after the long journey, at the arrivals hall you'll feel instantly revived and assured by the aroma of coffee and fresh baked waffles.
To get from Brussels airport to Brussels you can take the bus, a regular train, the Thalys high-speed train, or one of the many taxis just outside the arrivals hall.
You'll no doubt enjoy your trip to Brussels. The food, the beer, the snacks, and candy together with the welcoming people will make this a vacation to never forget.
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