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Flights to Brussels

Flights to Brussels

Discover Brussels – the little capital of the new Europe

Visit the home of the European Union. Brussels is not only the political centre of Europe, it is a capital of culture and an ideal choice of destination for a weekend or longer break with the whole family. Visit the awe-inspiring Atomium, sample Belgian chocolates and beer, and enjoy a host of other attractions in Brussels. Fly with us to Brussels.

Brussels for urban travellers

Stroll through the heart of Brussels. The Grand-Place, one of the most beautiful medieval squares in Europe, is dominated by the Town Hall and surrounded by numerous little shops, bars and restaurants. Escape the bustle of the city in one of the many immaculately kept parks, of which the people of Brussels are particularly proud.

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Brussels for museum lovers

As well as various theatres and an opera house, Brussels boasts almost 90 museums! Don't miss the Magritte Museum, the museum of musical instruments, the transport museum or the comic strip museum – Tintin and his dog Snowy, Lucky Luke and many other cartoon heroes were born here in Brussels.

Brussels for chocolate and beer lovers

The people of Brussels know how to enjoy good food and drink. Join them. Fresh fish, frites with mayonnaise, traditional Belgian waffles and sinfully good chocolate in all its forms… Toast a perfect day with an excellent Belgian beer in one of the city's many traditional bars.

Brussels for the whole family

Spend the day with the family at Mini-Europe. This park offers exactly what its name suggests – miniature replicas of world-famous European sights such as the Eiffel Tower, the Leaning Tower of Pisa and, of course, the Grand-Place. Combine a trip to the park with a visit to the nearby Atomium and brush up on your chemistry with your kids. Your children are also sure to enjoy a visit to the well-organised Brussels Zoo, just half an hour from the city.

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When travelling to Brussels do not miss:

  • Grand-Place with the Town Hall: a medieval square surrounded by beautiful buildings.
  • Mannekin Pis: the famous bronze statue that has become one of the symbols of the city.
  • Atomium: originally built for Expo 58, the recently renovated giant structure, whose form represents a magnified iron crystal, offers a spectacular view of the city.
  • EU headquarters: the giant glass building is one of the three seats of the European institutions.
  • Opera House: the most famous opera house in Belgium, with a rich programme.
  • Royal Palace: the official palace of the Belgian monarchy, where all major receptions and celebrations are held.
  • Magritte Museum: the world's biggest collection of works by the influential surrealist artist.

Fly with us to Brussels – a city of countless museums, well-kept parks, and sinfully good chocolate and excellent beer.