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  • The aerial distance from London to Brussels is 204 miles
  • There are direct flights from London to Brussels
  • Popular Airlines from London to Brussels are SWISS, KLM, SAS, British Airways and Iberia
  • Airport codes London – LON / Brussels Airport: BRU
  • Estimated flying time from London to Brussels is over 9 hours and 31 minutes

Book Cheap Flight Tickets to Brussels


Get ready for a dream journey to Brussels by booking affordable flights on Crystal Travel. To make journey hassle-free, we provide imperative details about the flight and destination for a quick and stress-free journey. At present, there are over 200 flights between London to Brussels offering hassle-free travel. The most frequented airlines between London and Brussels are British Airways (6times daily) JAL (4 times daily) and American Airlines (4 times daily). An average direct flight takes 1 hour and 10 minutes to cover a total distance of 204 miles from London to Brussels. Here, you will also find incredible tips that will assist you in securing budget flight. Booking tickets in advance can easily fetch you low airfares. From London, boarding flight during the morning is cheaper than evening.

We guarantee you the cheapest airfares, as our decades of relationship with top airline companies enable us to lend you low-cost airlines. Discover the best of Brussels and let us make your trip unforgettable.

About Brussels


Brussels is a picturesque city best known for its beautiful landscape, history and magnificent structures. The city is also home to numerous international organisations, civil servants and politicians. There is so much to explore in the city making it one of the most visited tourist destinations in the world. Boasting a rich and vibrant past with multi-cultural influence, Brussels offers an array of activities and attractions. The Grand Place is the apex architectural splendours situated in the old part of the Brussels city. The Saint-Michel Cathedral offers a stunning architectural work featuring gothic style and elegant façade, perfect for a memorable visit. Other famous tourist attractions are Notre-Dame du Sablon, Parc du Cinquantenaire, Basilique Nationale du Sacre Coeur and Abbaye de la Cambre. For foodies, especially those with sweet teeth, Belgium is the perfect place to travel. The food of Belgium is a combination of French and Ethiopian cuisines. Dotted with fine-dine restaurants and cafes, visitors can relish delicious food while on a Belgian holiday. Chocolates, waffles and beer top the list amongst the item to try the Belgian specialities.

Best Time to Visit Brussels


Brussels is a magnificent destination attracting travellers from across the world. The place is famed for its medieval-era architecture, magnificent parks and high-end shopping spots. Explore the best of Brussels and know the ideal time to visit the picturesque city.

High Season: June to August are the peak months to visit Brussels. It is also the best time to explore Brussels and its adjacent areas with a pleasant temperature. You can also fly to this destination at the end of October and November. These months are the shoulder season with low crowd turnout.

Low Season: December to March is the winter season featuring heavy snow and not the best time to visit Brussels. But, again if you are looking for an affordable trip then this is the time. Low-cost ticket and budget flight along with low tourist footfall, make the destination worth a visit. Also, during these months one can indulge in various winter sports.

Best Places to Visit in Brussels


Grand Place: The Grand Place or Grote Market is one of the most popular tourist attractions in Brussels. The area is encircled by several stunning buildings, magnificent guildhalls, Town Hall and the King’s House. This medieval square makes it a perfect selfie and hangout spot amongst the locals and tourists.

Manneken Pis: Manneken Pis is a 17th-century bronze statue of a nude boy urinating into a fountain’s basin. The statue designed by the Hiëronymus Duquesnoy the Elder, and was fixed in the place in 1618 or 1619.

Mini-Europe: A beautiful miniature park situated in Bruparck at the foot of the Atomium. As the name suggests, Mini-Europe features miniature models of various famous structures of Europe like the Eiffel Tower all measuring on a scale of 1:25.

Royal Palace of Brussels: The opulent Royal Palace of Brussels located in the centre of the Brussels, national capital of Belgium is also the official residence of the King and Queen of Belgians. It is open to the public, as the current royalty do not live there anymore.

Parc du Cinquantenaire: A 19th-century city park located in Brussels. The park features beautiful floral gardens, fountains and military museums. Both locals and tourists love the park as it offers almost complete serenity and peace.

Royal Gallery of Saint Hubert: For shopaholics, it is a great place to explore. It was designed and built by famous architect Jean-Pierre between 1846 -1847. All shops are located under an arched glass roof featuring shops, eateries and theatres.

Brussels Town Hall: The Brussels Town Hall is an elegant and opulent 15th-century gothic hall featuring elaborate façade and tower, along with tapestries and a beautiful mirrored concert hall. Again, it is a key tourist attraction to visit and divulge.

Mont des Arts: Again a must-visit tourist attraction in Brussels featuring Royal Library of Belgium, the Square Brussels Meeting Centre, the National Archives of Belgium and beautiful public gardens. Mont des Arts is an urban complex and historic site located in the centre of Brussels.

Airport serving London & Brussels


London
London is served by six airports: London City Airport (LCY), London Gatwick (LGW), London Heathrow (LHR), London Luton (LTN), London Stansted (STN) and Southend (SEN). Some airports are in proximity compare to others. You could choose from the wide range of transport that suits best to you. If you are looking for an affordable transport network than National Express coach service available from Luton Airport, Gatwick Airport, Heathrow Airport and Stansted Airport. You can also take a Tube and DLR from Heathrow Airport and London City Airport. From Gatwick Airport, Heathrow Airport, Luton Airport ad Stansted Airport you can also board mainline train service. Taxi services are available from all five airports, but it could cost you more.

Brussels International Airport
Brussels Airport (IATA: BRU) is an international airport situated 12 km (7.5 miles) northeast of Brussels. The airport is 24th busiest in whole of Europe. Brussels airport with its one terminal concept, which means that all the facilities are located under a single roof. Shops, restaurants, and bars are available in the airport. The airport is well-connected to the city through numerous mode of public transport like metro, cabs, private taxis and deluxe coaches.

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