Cheap tickets to Brussels

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Last minute flights to Brussels

Departure Mon, 29 Jan Return Wed, 31 Jan
DUB Dublin
CRL Brussels
return from 25€
Departure Thu, 15 Feb Return Mon, 19 Feb
BCN Barcelona
BRU Brussels
return from 29€
Departure Thu, 01 Feb Return Tue, 06 Feb
MAD Madrid
CRL Brussels
return from 27€
Departure Thu, 25 Jan Return Thu, 01 Feb
BGY Milan
CRL Brussels
return from 23€
Popular flight routes to Brussels
Dublin - Brussels
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Barcelona - Brussels
return from 42€
Madrid - Brussels
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Milan - Brussels
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Tel Aviv - Brussels
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Malta - Brussels
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Brussels holidays

Brussels sights and attractions

The Belgian capital is an international hub, synonymous with politics and history, culture and, of course, chocolate. Its position at the centre of European and international politics alone makes it one of Europe's most visited cities. While staying in Brussels, visitors can take in historic sights of great importance such as the gilded Grand Place and Town Hall, the 17th century Grand Palace, dynamic museums filled with fine art and explore the historic Sablon, crammed with bustling brasseries, chocolate shops, and antique markets. Book a trip to Brussels and discover a cultured city that boasts a history spanning over a thousand years and a vibrant contemporary life.

What to do in Brussels

Belgian beer and luxury chocolate, the European Parliament and Gothic spires are just some of the many diverse attractions that are associated with a trip to Brussels. Dip in and out of world-class museums, explore the first-rate art scene and relax in gardens filled with blooming flowers. It's easy to be charmed by this unique capital.

During your break in Brussels, be sure to:

  • Check out the cheeky Manneken-Pis, a bronze statuette created in the 17th century
  • Walk through the spectacular Grand Place and watch the sunlight reflecting off the gilded buildings
  • Admire the Art Nouveau townhouses by the Belgian architect Victor Horta and visit his studio
  • Walk through the surreal tubes and spheres of the Atomium structure, one of the city's top attractions
  • Visit the MIMA Museum of Art housed within the former Belle-Vue brewery
  • Shop for food in the Market of Midi, the 3rd-largest market in Europe
  • Dine on moules-frites and white wine, one of Belgium's signature dishes
  • Go beer tasting in one of the many bars dedicated to all things hoppy
  • Discover the largest Dinosaur Gallery in Europe at the Museum of Natural Sciences
  • Learn about the European Parliament at the Parlamentarium through interactive exhibitions

Airports in Brussels

Passengers travelling to Brussels can land at either Brussels Airport (also known as Bruxelles-National or Zaventem) or South Charleroi Airport. Brussels Airport is one of the largest airports in Europe and the main airport in Belgium, while South Charleroi Airport is a smaller airport handling mainly low-cost carriers.

  • Brussels South Charleroi Airport

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    A number of low-cost airlines operate cheap flights to Brussels South Charleroi Airport including: Ryanair, Wizzair and TUIFly.


    South Charleroi Airport is located close to the city of Charleroi, and is approximately 29 miles from downtown Brussels.


    Passengers can travel to Brussels city centre via the Brussels City Shuttle, or by taking a taxi from outside the terminal building.

  • Brussels Airport

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    A number of major airlines operate from Brussels Airport including: Brussels Airlines, Finnair and TUIFly.


    Brussels Airport is located approximately 7 miles from the city centre.


    Brussels airport has a train station, where regular trains connect up to the city centre, or you can take the bus from outside the Arrivals Hall directly to the city centre or the European Quarter. Car rental agencies operate in the Arrivals Hall and taxis can be picked up from in front of the Arrivals Hall.

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