British Airways has frequent flights to Brussels. Flights touch down at Brussels Airport, also known as Zaventem, 7.5 miles north-east of the city. Once your Brussels flight has landed, take a train or taxi into Brussels' city centre. Within an hour of flights to Brussels landing you can be exploring the medieval Grand Place square or tucking into moules frites (mussels and chips) at a traditional Brussels restaurant, a locally brewed beer in hand.
Zoom into central Brussels by road or rail after your flight to Brussels. Underneath Brussels Airport's terminal you'll find the train station. Trains depart three or four times an hour for the 20-minute journey to Brussels North, Brussels Midi and Brussels Central Station, a five-minute walk from the Grand-Place square. If you prefer a taxi after your Brussels flight, they are waiting outside Brussels Airport's Flight Arrivals area. Or take the bus for a slower but cheaper journey into central Brussels.
After your flights to Brussels, explore the historic lanes leading off 17th-century Grand-Place, Brussels' vast and spectacular central square. They are lined with tempting shops, bars and restaurants. Your flight to Brussels brings you to the home of the European Union, Surrealism and stunning Art Nouveau architecture. Get a taste for the old masters at the Muse dArt Ancien, where you can admire works by Bosch, Ruben and van Dyck. Brussels is also heaven for foodies with inviting restaurants serving seafood, and irresistible street food from chips and mayonnaise to sugar-dusted waffles. Shop for Brussels' latest designer fashions or luxury hand-made Belgian chocolates to take home with you on your return flight from Brussels.