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Cheap flights from Belgium

Belgium is currently a member of the long-standing Benelux community, an economic union participated by three neighbouring monarchies. The two other countries included in the Benelux are Luxembourg and the Netherlands. Belgium is also a part of the Schengen Agreement comprising most countries involved in the European Union, Iceland, Norway, Liechtenstein, and Switzerland. Any tourist granted with a visa to any Schengen member country will be allowed to other countries part of the treaty.

With its rich heritage, Belgium showcases charming historic cities that come in medieval and Art Nouveau architecture, with Bruges known for the most excellent architecture. The other side of the country, meanwhile, boasts of sparkling beaches, forested hills, and ridges. Belgium’s capital is Brussels.

Where to go

Brussels, or the Brussels-Capital Region, serves as headquarters to many European institutions. Being at the crossroads of cultures between the Germanic and the Romance and as a significant city in Europe, Brussels is the typical melting pot, mixed harmoniously and interestingly with its own unique character. It is home to famous landmarks such as the Grand Place-Grote Markt, consisting of beautiful centuries old building. A short walk from here is the Manneken Pis, a small bronze statue of a child urinating into a pool, a famous icon of the city.

Tagged as the “World’s Leading Diamond City,” Antwerp makes up to 70 percent in diamond trading. Belgium’s economic section lies in the Diamond Market of Antwerp as it plays a major role in the country’s financial growth. Antwerp is also Belgium’s current hotspot when it comes to fashion, arts, and clubbing. You can shop at the Meir, the main shopping area, and malls such as Stadsfeestzaal and Hopland.

From the capital, Brussels, to Antwerp, you can ride a bus that has two stops in Antwerp—at the Central Station and at the Hotel Crowne Plaza—or take a 35-minute train ride that links directly to Antwerp’s central station.

From Brussels Airport, you can fly to Zagreb International Airport with Croatia Airlines that will take less than two hours of travel. A country in the Southeast Europe, Croatia is known for their natural cosmetic products that are comparable to the famous beauty products around the world. For their products, they use ingredients such as olive oil, herbs, among others. Some of the Croatian brands popular are the S-Atea, Brac Fini Sapuni, and Ulola. The country’s capital, Zagreb, is a vibrant city divided into the cultural, religious, and commercial areas of Gornji grad (Upper Town) and Donji grad (Lower Town), where most of the famous restaurants, bars, and tourist attractions can be found.

Thai Airways has direct flights from Brussels Airport to Suvarnabhumi Airport in Bangkok. From Brussels, it will take 12 hours to get to Thailand. Bangkok is known worldwide for its vibrant night-life and high-rise infrastructure. The capital of Thailand has a bad reputation for heavily congested traffic and extreme hot weather, but it is one of the best cosmopolitan cities across the globe. Bangkok has so much to offer to tourists when it comes to authenticity in culture, especially in food.

How to get out

Brussels Airport serves as the main airport in Belgium. It serves as a hub to Brussels Airlines and other budget carriers such as Jetairfly and Thomas Cook Airlines. Some of the European and intercontinental routes it serves include Barcelona, Rome, London, Lisbon, Geneva, Istanbul, Frankfurt, New York, Tel Aviv, Abu Dhabi, Mumbai, Montreal, Casablanca, Doha, and New Delhi.

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