Brussels Airport (BRU) is Belgium’s main airport and, in terms of air traffic, the fourteenth busiest in Europe. Situated twelve kilometres from Brussels, to the north east of the Zaventem commune in Flemish Brabant, Brussels Airport serves more than 200 European destinations as well international destinations in Africa, America, Asia and the Middle East. With 10,600 parking spaces, Brussels Airport also has more than 30 restaurant areas and 40 shops. Brussels Airport (BRU) has one terminal, divided into two halls, A and B, which are connected by an underground walkway. Two of the runways are parallel and there are three runways in total. Brussels Airport (BRU) can handle up to 35 million passengers a year.
Brussels is considered the Belgian capital of culture and gastronomy. Close to France, it is a popular holiday destination. Book a flight for your trip to Brussels and visit the famous Sainte-Catherine district that houses the church of the same name. Take a table at one of the many fish and seafood restaurants and treat yourself to a traditional meal: fried mussels-accompanied by genuine Belgian beer. Then off to discover the city, you'll be surprised by all the monuments it conceals: Manneken-Pis, the Atomium, and the European Parliament etc. what a schedule! The capital of Belgium, Flanders and Europe has other things that you can visit: the Horta Museum, among others, is a must for any architecture admirers: it was installed in the house of the famous architect Victor Horta. Why not book a hotel in Brussels' city centre straight away? If you like walking tours, the alleys will doubtlessly lead you to the famous Grand Place. Finally do not forget to end your stay by enjoying some unforgettable Belgian chocolates!