Flights to Brussels, Belgium
Brussels is the capital of Belgium. It is often referred to as the centre of European culture as it is the administrative capital of the European Union and home to NATO and many important European institutions. Even though Belgium’s main languages are Dutch, French and German, Brussels is an international metropolis where English is commonly spoken.
Nonetheless, Brussels maintains its small-town charm and is famously known for great chocolate and beers.
The main airport is Brussels International Airport.
- 12 km to central Brussels
- A taxi ride to central Brussels costs around RM182 (€38) and takes about 20 minutes
- A direct train connecting Brussels to the central station costs RM61 (€12.70) and takes 18 minutes
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Best Time to Visit Brussels
The best time to visit Brussels is between March to May and September to October. The temperatures are mild and you can avoid the peak season crowds.
Things to do in Brussels
What to see in Brussels
As the capital of Flanders, Belgium and Europe, Brussels has a rich history.
Start by exploring the Grand-Place, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Once a swamp, today it is a beautiful cobbled market square with surrounding wooden houses. In August, a thematic flower carpet decorates the square with colourful begonias.
From there, visit the Town Hall to see Gothic architecture, the “Pissing Boy” statue and the city museum. The 100-year old Basilica of the Sacred Heart is an impressive church that also offers an excellent bird’s eye view of Brussels.
Don’t miss Mini-Europe as well, which is a short walk from Atomium, the famed steel sculpture.
What to eat in Brussels
One of the most iconic foods in Brussels is Moules Frites (mussels and fries), best-enjoyed al fresco. As Brussels is typically cold and rainy, stews are also popular. Carbonnade Flamande, a stew made with tender beef in a Belgian beer sauce, is a local favourite.
For those with a sweet tooth, indulge in a Dame Blanche (ice cream sundae), Belgian waffles or premium chocolate from Belgian’s famous chocolatiers.
Belgian beer is considered one of the world’s best and perhaps the most unique would be Kriek, a Belgian beer made with sour cherries.
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Airports near Brussels
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