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Why Fly to Brussels?
The historic city of Brussels is an important cultural and political centre of the European Union. Tour the cobbled old town district to see Gothic architecture, museums and galleries of contemporary and ancient art. Browse the quaint stores and stalls, sample traditional Belgian chocolate and pick up a gift to take home. You can use Travelzoo’s SuperSearch to find cheap flights to Brussels.
Flying to Brussels from the UK
Direct flights bound for Brussels depart from most major UK airports and take about an hour. Flights from Heathrow, Edinburgh, Manchester, Bristol, Glasgow and Birmingham fly direct to the city’s main airport. With so many airlines competing for your booking, cheap flights to Brussels are easy to secure. You can also fly into Brussels Charleroi Airport, which is about 30 miles from the city.
Popular Flight Routes to Brussels
Which Airlines Fly to Brussels?
Brussels Airlines is one of four airlines offering direct flights to [Brussels Airport] (BRU) from London Heathrow. British Airways has the busiest schedule but plan in advance as last minute flights can be expensive. BMI also offer direct flights to Brussels from London Heathrow. If you book in advance you can often secure discount fares from flybe, which flies indirect to Brussels from a number of UK airports, and direct from Manchester. You may find cheap flight deals with Ryanair airlines offering routes into [Brussels Charleroi Airport] (CRL) from Glasgow Prestwick and Edinburgh Airport. Flights to [Antwerp] and [Bruges] connect Brussels to other cities in [Belgium].
Mini Travel Guide to Brussels
A simple stroll around the 15th Century market square, cobbled streets and elegant boulevards will charm visitors to the city of Brussels. Discover the impressive architecture of the Grand Place and sip a lambic beer in Le Roy d’Espagne, a former guildhall. Wander through the Galeries St Hubert for antique stores, jewellers and boutiques and relax with a pastry and coffee on one of the terraces of the old town district. Museums, exhibitions and galleries abound in Brussels; tour the Musées Royeaux des Beaux-Arts for fine examples from Belgian surrealists and paintings by Breugel and Rubens. In a city that celebrates fine food, you’ll be spoilt for choice when dining. Restaurants offer sumptuous dishes of venison and duck complemented by an extensive wine list. Mussels served in white wine are a traditional Belgian meal and should not be missed.