Business Class Flights to Brussels

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Business Class Flights To Brussels

Nearly synonymous with the European Union, the beautiful city of Brussels is known both for its vast cultural history and its importance in global politics. When you book business class flights to Brussels, you ensure an unforgettable experience. With premium tickets, you will be able to enjoy the utmost comfort aboard your plane, excellent food and drink, premium facilities at the airport, and the highest level of customer service. Discerning travelers know that purchasing business class flights to Brussels makes all the difference between a mediocre trip and an exceptional one.

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Brussels Airport and Business Class Lounge

Located less than 8 miles from the city center, the Brussels Airport is the 21st busiest airport in the world and uses just one terminal to house all of its many facilities, shops, bars and restaurants for when you arrive on your business class flights to Brussels. The airport features unlimited free Wi-Fi and many amazing business class lounges for you to enjoy. Whether you are traveling for business or for pleasure, you will find what you need here. Cutting-edge workspaces feature new styles of seating, convenient business centers and premium meeting rooms equipped with the latest technology. You can borrow a tablet in the lounge, which you can then use for a state-of-the-art “Connected Lounge” experience, like reserving a shower or nap box, browsing through offerings of entertainment and even exploring historical media about Belgium and Brussels. There is a large food buffet where you can sample Belgian delicacies and even spend some time in the “Belgian Café” and savor a delicious local beer. Getting to the city center is easy with the Brussels airport train that runs 7 days a week and departs the station every 10 minutes. Taxi, bus, car, limo and hotel shuttle buses are also available.


Things To Do In Brussels

The historical capital of Belgium is full of amazingly diverse and sometimes even clashing architecture ranging from medieval Gothic and Baroque to the postmodern structures of the European Union. Named as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1998, the Grand Place is a definite must-see on your trip to this city, with the 15th Century Stadhuis (“Town Hall”), the Neo-Gothic Broodhuis (“Breadhouse”) and Baroque guildhalls. Close by you can find the iconic Manneken Pis – a tongue-in-cheek fountain statue displaying a urinating boy – that is known as somewhat of a symbol of Brussels. Other landmarks not to be missed include the Royal Palace, the Brussels Stock Exchange and the Palace of Justice, the latter of which is supposedly the largest building ever constructed in the 19th century. If you love the Art Nouveau style, there are bountiful examples of it to be found in Brussels, many of which can be found in the municipalities of Schaerbeek, Etterbeek, Ixelles, and Saint-Gilles. Four town houses designed by architect Victor Horta are also listed as UNESCO World Heritage sites. Another famous structure of Brussels is the Atomium: a 338 foot tall model of an iron crystal, as though it were magnified 165 billion times. If you feel a little overwhelmed, visit the nearby Mini-Europe Park, which is home to 1:25 scale models of famous European buildings.

For lovers of museums and galleries, Brussels does not disappoint. In fact, when you book your business class flights to Brussels, consider purchasing a Brussels Card Pass, which gains you entrance to 32 museums, plus discounts to other attractions, tours, bars, restaurants and nightclubs. This city is known for its rich history and support of the visual arts, and you can witness this firsthand at the Royal Museum of Fine Arts, where you can gaze upon masterpieces by such Flemish painters as Bruegel, van der Weyden, Robert Campin, Rogier, and Jacob Jordaens. The Magritte Museum contains the world’s largest collection of works by the surrealist Rene Magritte. Other fascinating museums to visit are the BELvue Museum, the Royal Museum of Art and History and the Royal Museum of the Armed Forces and Military History.

No trip to Brussels would be complete without sampling two of their most legendary exports! Of course, we’re talking about chocolate and beer. For chocolate, avoid purchasing at kiosks found near tourist places such as the Grand Place, as it will be of mass-produced and sub-par quality. Instead, try Leonidas, Neuhaus, Godiva or Pierre Marcolini’s, where the chocolates are made with care, fresh every day. For beer, you should definitely try to stop by the Delirium Café, which holds the Guinness World Record from 2004 for the most varieties of beer commercially available. Some of the other fantastic places with great beer and nice ambiance include À la Mort Subite, Au Bar, and the Poechenellekelder (Puppet cellar). For a great snack later on, and a truly Belgian experience, go for some frites and frikandel.

Some excellent places to shop in Brussels are The Galeries Royales Saint-Hubert, which is one of the oldest covered shopping arcades in Europe, the City 2 Shopping Mall, and the Marche du Midi. For a quirkier shopping excursion, try the Place du Jeu de Balle, an open-air market great for rummaging for that unique gift to bring back home.


Getting Around Brussels

If you don’t mind walking a little, getting around Brussels is very easy and accessible by foot. Most tourist attractions are fairly close together, but if you need to get further, there is a public transit system that includes metro, tram and bus. You certainly will need a map to find your way among these streets. If you are driving, avoid rush hour and note traffic is restricted sometimes on weekends and during special events. In general, it’s good to avoid driving in Brussels, especially near the city center, as the streets are narrow, parking is scarce, and traffic can be awful.

Whether you are traveling to this amazing and historical city for business or for pleasure, booking business class flights to Brussels will always ensure an enjoyable, relaxing, and special time. From the moment you book your flights to the moment you touch down at your destination, experience the luxury and top-notch service every step of the way. Arrive in Brussels refreshed and ready for the experience of a lifetime.

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