Washington, D.C. to Brussels
Date: 13 Nov 2022-
20 Nov 2022
Boston to Brussels
Date: 19 Dec 2022-
7 Jan 2023
Chicago to Brussels
Date: 18 Dec 2022-
7 Jan 2023
New York to Brussels
Date: 30 Dec 2022-
21 Jan 2023
Los Angeles to Brussels
Date: 20 Nov 2022-
30 Nov 2022
New York/Newark to Brussels
Date: 3 Dec 2022-
9 Dec 2022
San Francisco to Brussels
Date: 26 Nov 2022-
12 Dec 2022
Philadelphia to Brussels
Date: 4 Dec 2022-
9 Dec 2022
*Roundtrip Restrictions apply.
Each way fare as part of a return trip including taxes and charges.
One way fare including taxes and charges.
Aer Lingus offers a fast connection to Belgium. Fly to Belgium with Aer Lingus and look forward to an Irish welcome on board.
We know that travel needs to be flexible so we've got lots of ways to make sure you can change your plans easily. Depending on the fare type you book we have options including free, unlimited changes, guaranteed vouchers and cash refunds.
Book your flight to Belgium with Aer Lingus and enjoy a complimentary in-flight meal and our in-flight entertainment system. We've also introduced new, enhanced cleaning procedures and air filtering systems. Enjoy a safe and convenient flight and a warm Irish welcome on board.
Belgium has a lot to offer to tourists. Their prestigious art cities are magnificent, even if you are not a fan of history, architecture or culture. Home of some of the best beers in the world, Belgium loves gastronomy and will invite you to taste their cheeses, chocolate and, of course, the legendary fries.
Grand-Place in Brussels: Often considered the world's most beautiful square, the Grand-Place is one of the main attractions in Brussels. Its history as a central marketplace dates back to the 12th century, and today it hosts a number of festive activities - including concerts, fairs and cultural events - while still serving a political and an administrative purpose by housing the Brussels Town Hall.
Brugge: One of the most beautiful Belgian cities, Bruges dates from Roman times and was even a base for the German submarine fleet during the First World War. Its beauty and attraction was confirmed in 2000, when UNESCO classified the entire medieval inner city as a world heritage site.
Manneken-Pis: This bronze statuette, created in the 17th century by J. Duquesnoy the elder, embodies the irreverent spirit of Brussels. Also known as "Little Julian", due to confusion with another fountain, het Juliaensborreke, it was one of the many fountains serving the city.
U.S. citizens don't need to obtain a Belgium visa when travelling to Belgium for up to 90 days for tourism and business purposes. However, US nationals are required to hold a US passport, which should be valid for at least 3 months beyond the period of their stay in Belgium.
You'll also need to comply with all government travel requirements. Please view specific documentation requirements on the U.S. Department of State's website. U.S. citizens don't require transit visas to connect through Ireland into Europe.
For citizens of all other countries travelling from the U.S., requirements vary. It's your own personal responsibility to ensure you're in compliance with all relevant requirements, and you're advised to check with the Irish consulate for the correct information.
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We know how important flexibility is for you. Check out our change booking section for more details.