Brussels Flights GuideThe capital of Belgium is combines culture, food, and architecture where a lot can be seen in a short amount of time. Manneken Pis featuring the famous statue of the peeing boy is a major character in Brussels folklore. The main square at Brussel's Grand-Place is not to be missed before heading to Town Hall dating back to 1402. The Belgian Comic Strip Centre has over 5000 original drawings including the famous Tin Tin. Don't forget to try famous frites and waffles while on your tour of the city.
With its close proximity to France and the Netherlands a trip to Normandy, Paris, and Amsterdam are easy and accessible by train or bus from Brussels train stations. Brussels is the capital of Europe making it easy to access other popular European destinations by high-speed train or many of the bus companies leaving out of central Brussels.
Brussels' temperate climate brings four seasons with mild temperatures throughout the year. Temperatures average at 1 degree during the winter and 23 degrees celsius in the summer. The months of March through May is a great time to visit the Flemish capital with pleasant temperatures, fewer crowds, and lower travel costs. The months of June through August is the high season bringing many tourists and a lot of sunlight throughout the day though you can expect higher travel costs during this time of year.
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