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Photo of Brussels   Brussels
Avg temp for this month inBrussels14.2 °CSource: World Weather Online
Avg monthly rainfall inBrussels57.6 mmSource: World Weather Online
Average flight time toBrussels1 hr 5 mins
Currency exchange rate inBrussels€1.00 = £0.82Source: Oanda
Which airlines fly toBrusselsRoyal Air Maroc, Aeromexico and Air France
Available deals toBrussels499
Partners with deals toBrusselsBritish Airways, Opodo and ComeFli
Number of partners with deals toBrussels10
Lowest flight deal toBrussels£56
Average flight offer toBrussels£224

Brussels is a modern and impressive city, effortlessly coming across as a beacon of cosmopolitan life and culture. As the capital of the European Union as well as home to NATO headquarters, Brussels takes it upon itself to be a leading example of a progressive city. During the annual World Environment Day, no cars are allowed into the city and all public transport is free – perfect for tourists wanting to see the city unfettered by traffic and save themselves a franc or two.

La Grand Place is the city’s central and iconic square. It is dominated by the impressive town hall and beautiful old guild halls, all adorned with statues and ornate reliefs. Nearby is the Rue des Bouchers-Beenhouwerstraat which is full of restaurants with waiters outside enticing customers. If you’ve arrived on cheap flights to Brussels and are keeping costs down, you should haggle with the waiters to get a better deal.

A little south of the centre is the area of Sablon, a haven for boutiques, antiques, jewellery and highbrow master chocolate makers. Further south is the borough of Ixelles which also has great shopping and food, particularly on Wednesday evenings when the Place du Châtelain is filled with stalls selling food and wine and people socialising.

Flights to Brussels are worth it just for its excellent food. It’s renowned for chocolate and waffles, but at meal time the speciality is seafood and many restaurants serve fresh mussels, another classic Belgian dish. French fries actually originate from Belgium, and you’ll see many “fritkot” establishments selling them.

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 How much do things cost in Brussels?

  • 1 mile taxi journey: £2.38
  • Pair of jeans: £65.52
  • Bottle of beer (imported beer): £1.42
  • 3 course meal for 2: £49.40
  • 1 litre of milk: £0.84
  • Cheap meal: £12.35
  • Taxi - fixed fee: £2.06
  • Coke/Pepsi (0.33 litre): £1.77
  • Small bottle of water (0.33 litre): £1.56
  • One-way ticket (local transport): £1.69
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