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Brussels is rapidly gaining a reputation as one of Europe's must-see destination with small towns, trendy bars, fabulous food, restaurants, great nightlife, fantastic shopping, cultural exhibitions and festivals.

The Belgian capital is known as the Mecca of style, design and art. The streets of Brussels feature art and architecture that is created totally from the Belgian point of view that cannot be replaced. It's a city of fine food and thriving cafe culture. Surrealistic buildings and chocolate shops are equally captivating. It's nearly a decade on, Brussels is looking better than ever.


Looking for cheap flights to Brussels? We make your flight and hotel booking quite hassle-free by offering various low cost travel deals and inexpensive car hire. Brussels Airport (BRU) largely serves as the main airport of the city, housing many airlines from UK. Travelling to Brussels is easy with various travel deals and smart airfares. Look through our website to find the best bargained prices on flights, car hire, hotel deals and holiday packages.

What Eiffel Tower is to Paris, the gigantic iron crystal Atomium Brussels is admired by many. Fun-lovers can head to Mini-Europe, a theme park with miniatures of the most renowned monuments and scenery of Europe. Families with children can have an amazing time out there admiring the miniature setup. Other than these, Brussels Zoo, Parks and the Opera House pose as vital sightseeing places for the tourists.

Brussels enjoys a relatively maritime climate with cool summers and mild winters, making it an ideal city-break destination all year around. Late spring to autumn is probably the best time to visit Brussels as the weather is quite charming and great for al fresco dining particular near Grand Place.

If you are looking for a whole area of restaurants, Place du Chatelain, Rue du Chatelain, Rue Saint Boniface and Place Stephanie have a good mix of different types of cuisine with a captivating atmosphere. They might be small but worth visiting for superb food and service.

Eating is one of the pleasures of visiting Brussels but you need to know what and where to eat or you may fall into a tourist trap. Talk to the locals and know where they like to be treated with some lip-smacking food and first class service. The people of the city love good food, best beers and a friendly atmosphere.

Believe it or not, one of the highlights of coming to Brussels is to enjoy wonderful food. The restaurants in Brussels have some of the best food in Europe. There are strongly influenced from Italian and French style food.  Mussels and fries are firm favourites, not forgetting the 400 varieties of Belgian beer which is hard to escape. If you are looking for a whole area of restaurants, Place du Chatelain, Rue du Chatelain, Rue Saint Boniface and Place Stephanie have a good mix of different types of cuisine with a captivating atmosphere. They might be small but worth visiting for superb food and service

Brussels has a broad range of tourist attractions that keeps everyone entertained. The places of attraction are fantastically exotic and they can be enjoyed anytime of the day or night. The hop-on hop-off sightseeing bus will take you to all these attractions and give you the best time out in Brussels. At first, you are taken to the Grand Palace, the small but amazingly sculpted town square that was erected over centuries to showcase splendid work of art in this modern day representation. Just a few narrow alleyways from the Grand Palace, the Peeing Boy is a charming little statue that attracts thousands of curious tourists every year.

What Eiffel Tower is to Paris, the gigantic iron crystal Atomium Brussels is admired by many. Fun-lovers can head to Mini-Europe, a theme park with miniatures of the most renowned monuments and scenery of Europe. Families with children can have an amazing time out there admiring the miniature set-up. Other than these, Brussels Zoo, Parks and the Opera House pose as vital sightseeing places for the tourists.

Brussels shopping is not only limited to chocolates, lace and beer. You can sample the high-quality boutique shops and the most eclectic combination of branded items and products at one of the markets in Brussels. How and where to buy the best Belgian beer and chocolates might be your concern, but you might want to have a look at how to buy other fresh produces and duty free souvenir shopping in the city.

Brussels has one of the oldest shopping arcades in the world with confusing variety of items. It may not be the high quality branded products as you see at the shopping malls, galleries or arcades. Some are normally set inside age-old buildings and hidden in alleys and lanes. For luxury shopping you can head towards Boulevard de Waterloo, Rue Neuve and Rue Antoine Dansaert.
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