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Avg temp for November in Brussels9.4 °C
Avg rainfall for November in Brussels69.1 mm
If you think you know Brussels, think again. The capital of Belgium is well-known for being a political dynamo, home to the European Union. In fact, over half the people who visit are on a work trip.
But beneath the suited and booted business people lies a city crammed with character-packed neighbourhoods, bizarre sculptures and a foodie scene that goes far beyond Belgian waffles and chocolate.
But how do you get to Brussels from London? Just count the ways. Over 5 direct flights take off daily, plus there’s a handful of direct Eurostar trains.
How long is the flight from London to Brussels?
Around 1 hour 5 minutes. You could also travel by a high-speed train that takes just over 2 hours.
Which airlines operate flights from London to Brussels?
Brussels Airlines and Lufthansa offer direct flights, while Air France, bmi Regional, easyJet, KLM and SAS (Scandinavian Airlines) line up affordable indirect flights.
Fancy travelling by train? Eurostar has a direct rail route.
How frequent are flights between London and Brussels?
Up to 9 direct London to Brussels flights jet off a day, and there are over 200 indirect flights. For even more choice, take a look at Eurostar. There are around 7 direct trains to Brussels daily.
Which airports serve London and Brussels?
Most cheap flights to Brussels launch from Heathrow Airport. Or there’s always Eurostar – their trains depart from London St Pancras railway station.
Which direct flight route between London and Brussels is cheapest?
There’s not much difference in airfare prices, although it’s often a tad cheaper to travel in the mid-afternoon.
It’s even cheaper to travel from London to Brussels by train. Eurostar usually beats plane prices by up to £20.
Brussels has been a political powerhouse for longer than you think. Take the Grand Place. The clue’s in the name – this square serves up palatial buildings that date back to the 14th century. On the other end of the spectrum, you’ve got the Atomium. This sculpture-cum-exhibition space serves up sweeping views over Brussels.
Fancy a bit of fresh air? Head for Cinquantenaire. Museums and monuments decorate this landmark park. Check out the calendar, too, as there’s usually a festival or gig on.
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