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Flights to Brussels (BRU)

A flight to Brussels transports you to a city that’s replete with distinguished architecture, legendary art museums, and gorgeous eateries.

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You can book up to nine passengers per booking, including adults, children, and infants.

Each adult passenger can bring one infant.

Children traveling alone or in a different cabin class from their parents are considered Unaccompanied Minors and must pay the full adult fare. Please get in touch with us to book this service.

You can book up to nine passengers per booking, including adults, teenagers, children, and infants.

Each adult passenger can bring one infant.

Children traveling alone or in a different cabin class from their parents are considered Unaccompanied Minors and must pay the full adult fare. Please get in touch with us to book this service.

  • You can book up to nine passengers per booking, including adults, Overseas Filipino Workers (OFW), children, and infants.
  • Each adult or OFW passenger can bring one infant.
  • All OFWs must submit the required documents to receive the tax exemption.
  • Children traveling alone, or in a different cabin class from their parents, are considered Unaccompanied Minors and must pay the full adult fare. Please get in touch with us to book this service.
  • You can book up to nine passengers per booking, including adults, Overseas Filipino Workers (OFWs), teenagers, children, and infants.
  • Each adult or OFW passenger can bring one infant.
  • All OFWs must submit the required documents to receive the tax exemption.
  • Children traveling alone, or in a different cabin class from their parents, are considered Unaccompanied Minors and must pay the full adult fare. Please get in touch with us to book this service.
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Flights to Brussels

Brussels has undergone a true transformation in the years since 1992, when it became the capital of the European Union (EU). During these changes, old buildings were replaced by more modern architecture and the EU brought money to the city. Flights to Brussels became more and more popular, and today the city is a top tourist destination.

The heart of Brussels life—its cafe and bar culture—is still very much alive, and it’s one of the best things about the city. While Brussels is home to world-class art galleries and museums, some of the best art can be spotted on the walls and buildings that you pass on your way; the Tintin murals in particular are a Brussels specialty.

Dining in Brussels is a delight too. Belgian food relies heavily on rich ingredients like cream and pâté, which makes it a gastronomic paradise and a place to indulge (and not count calories). Belgian cooking is some of the best in the world; in fact, Brussels has more Michelin stars per head than Paris.

While the best restaurants in Brussels are mostly Belgian, there are some good alternatives around the Grand Place, which is home to a number of small Middle Eastern, Turkish, and Greek places where you can fill up for a few euros. Yet picking up a paper wrap of frites (French fries) liberally drizzled with mayonnaise to munch on while you explore the sights is a simple pleasure that should be repeated daily while you’re visiting.

There's a wide range of hotels in Brussels, from the cheap and cheerful to the ultra-luxurious. A number of boutique and design hotels are available, too, so there's something to suit all tastes and budgets.

More accommodation options are opening all the time, reflecting the growing popularity of a city that draws you in with its abundant nightlife, world-class cuisine, and relaxed cafe culture. Try to spend at least a few days here; you’ll be surprised at how much there is to enjoy.

What to do in Brussels

Indulge in Belgian chocolate

It would be unthinkable to visit Brussels without sampling the local chocolate; the area around the Grand Sablon (a square near the Mont des Arts district) is home to eight different chocolatiers. Sample treats from Leonidas, Passion, and Pure and, if you’re feeling generous, buy some to bring home as gifts.

Leonidas
Rue au Beurre 34
1000
+32 2 218 03-63

Visit the Grand Place

One of the most beautiful city squares in the world, the Grand Place will stick in your memory forever. Cobblestones, guild houses, and gothic accents are all blended together to create something that’s truly timeless. Make a point of passing through whenever you can—you’ll notice something new every time.

Rue du Marché aux Herbes 77
1000
+32 2 279 2211

The Atomium

This unique building dates back to the 1950s. It’s modeled on the structure of an atom, with eight levels spread out over five floors. The Atomium was originally built for the World Fair in Brussels in 1958; today, it houses a number of cool permanent and temporary exhibitions.

Square de l'Atomium
B-1020
+32 2 475 4775

Where to eat in Brussels

Comme Chez Soi (French)

French cooking with Belgian ingredients (and an emphasis on local, sustainable food) makes this a top stop for foodies. Dishes like stewed saddle of hare with goose liver and mascarpone will keep you coming back for more.

23 Place Rouppe
B-1000
+32 2 512 2921

Au Suisse (Cafe)

This snack bar has been around since the late 19th century, if you can believe it. Grab a sidewalk table at lunchtime and enjoy fresh sandwiches, seafood, and coffee for a refreshing, reasonably priced, historical treat.

73-75 Boulevard Anspach
1000
+32 2 512 9589

La Belle Maraîchère (Seafood)

You can’t leave Brussels without stuffing yourself with mussels, and La Belle Maraîchère is one of the best places to try them. Wood-paneled walls and old-fashioned light fixtures make for a warm, elegant atmosphere in which to enjoy dishes like market fresh fish soup, mussels, and grilled salmon.

Place Sainte-Catherine 11A
B-1000
+32 2 512 9759

Places to stay in Brussels

Sleep Well Youth Hostel

A ten-minute walk from the city center, the Sleep Well Youth Hostel has both dorms and private rooms. Lots of amenities are included in the price of a bed, such as breakfast, free Wi-Fi, and even walking tours. The hostel also rents bikes to guests, which is a great way to see the city.

23 Rue du Damier
1000
+32 2 218 5050

Hotel Cafe Pacific

A boutique hotel with just 13 rooms, the Hotel Cafe Pacific has a chic, bohemian vibe that gets fancier as the rooms (and room rates) get more high end. Some have funky mobiles dangling from the ceilings; others have skylights with city views.

57 Rue Antoine Dansaert
1000
+32 2 213 0080

Hotel Bloom!

A hotel that doesn’t take itself too seriously, Hotel Bloom! has a good sense of fun, from the wall frescos and oddball furniture to the names of its restaurants (SmoodS and OO!). The rooms are beautiful, modern, and funky all in one. It’s an upbeat place that’s both comfortable and stylish.

250 Rue Royale
1210
+32 2 220 6905

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