Aer Lingus offers regular service to Brussels. Fly to Brussels with Aer Lingus and look forward to an Irish welcome on board.
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The capital of Belgium is also considered the capital of Europe, since it hosts all the major EU institutions and is home to a huge diplomatic corps.The city has also preserved its local culture, so you'll find street life, traditional markets and folklore - all of that topped with the indulgent Belgian cuisine: beer, chocolate and fries anyone?
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 administrative purpose by housing the Brussels Town Hall.
Atomium: The Atomium was constructed for the first post-war universal world exhibition (EXPO 58) The nine spheres represent an iron crystal magnified 165 billion times. An unavoidable icon of Brussels, it holds different exhibitions all year round and offers a 360° panorama over Brussels and its surroundings.
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.
There are a number of options available to go from Brussels Airport to the city centre. Journeys can be made by train, bus or taxi, taking around 20-30 minutes and can cost you over 45 Euro.
Taxi: Taxis are available at the airport in front of the arrivals hall. Licensed taxis can be identified by the yellow-blue licence marks. Tip: never use taxis that don't have a licence! A taxi from the airport to the centre of Brussels costs around 45 euros.
Bus: The bus station is located one floor down from the Arrivals Hall. The STIB Airport Line takes you from Brussels Airport to the European Quarter, a stone's throw from the shops uptown, in just 30 minutes. From Monday to Friday, until 8 pm the bus number 12 operates an express service, only serving the main stops. During the week, after 8 pm and all day on Saturday, Sunday and public holidays: bus number 21 operates a regular service, serving all stops.
Trains: Diabolo infrastructure provides a quick and direct link between the SNCB station under the airport terminal and the main stations in Brussels (Brussels-Nord, Brussels-Central and Brussels-Midi). Direct trains run every 15 minutes in both directions. It takes just 17 minutes to travel into Central Brussels.
If you're an Irish or European citizen you don't need to obtain a Belgium visa when travelling to Belgium for up to 90 days for tourism and business purposes. For more information please visit Aer Lingus Passport and Visas.
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