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Belgium’s geographic location, sandwiched between three of Europe’s tourist heavyweights, has helped shape its history. In fact, Belgium’s three official languages are Flemish Dutch, German and French. This cultural cocktail only adds to the country’s charm – it feels just the right place for the headquarters of the European Union.

Fly to Belgium with British Airways and start exploring the country’s big locations. You can tick off a line-up of famous places using the railways, including Antwerp, Bruges, Ghent and Belgium’s capital city Brussels. The centre of the action takes place in Grand Place, which began as a humble market square in the 12th century. Today it’s a UNESCO World Heritage Site made up of cobblestones and towering ornate buildings. During the festive season, Christmas celebrations and markets take over the square and the rest of the city. Whatever time of year you visit, don’t miss Belgium’s iconic waffles and fries, and beer lovers are in for a treat – the country is home to over 1000 different types of ale, lager and stout. Experience a taste of foodie heaven by booking your trip to Belgium today.

Belgium flight FAQs

How long is a flight to Belgium?

Your journey to Belgium includes a connecting flight departing from London. Your flight time to Belgium takes just over an hour from the UK capital.

Which airports does British Airways fly to the Belgium from?

We fly to Belgium from London Heathrow.

What’s the cheapest month to fly to Belgium?

The easiest way to find the cheapest flights to Belgium is with our low fare finder, but as a general rule, flights are usually cheaper in the winter. Christmas and February carnivals are exceptions, when twinkling lights and costume parades draw crowds.

When’s the best time to visit Belgium?

Temperatures are at their warmest in July and August in Belgium, so if you’re seeking the sun, make yours a summer break. Alongside music festivals and packed bars, the beaches fill up with Belgians on their own getaways, so head to the city for great weather with fewer crowds. Then, as winter approaches, the Christmas markets take over, serving up steaming mugs of Belgium’s famous hot chocolate. At this time of year, ice rinks, brightly lit trees and religious scenes decorate the streets.

Is Belgium cheap to visit?

Your trip to Belgium can fit whatever budget you’re travelling on. Places like Brussels and Antwerp offer accommodation and meals at a range of prices, giving you the opportunity to choose what’s right for you. You can save your euros and get the most out of your sightseeing time by walking rather than taking public transport, and lots of museums in the cities are free to visit.

Is it easy to get around Belgium?

Belgium’s small size makes it easy to explore. Its excellent railway system will help get you to the country’s towns and cities, and its tram system – the longest in the world – traverses the coastline. Hop off at your choice of 68 different stations, with stops at the border of both France and the Netherlands.

Why visit Belgium?

Belgium is home to some of the best things in life – delicious food, photo-ready architecture and historic buildings. You can catch music at a jazz show in the city, sail down a canal or hike through Hoge Kempen National Park. Ghent has some excellent vegetarian restaurants while Bruges oozes Medieval splendor. You won’t regret spending a few days seeing the best of what Belgium has to offer.

Why fly British Airways to Belgium?

Discover outstanding service from the moment you book. Enjoy free seat selection 24 hours before departure, free hand baggage and a generous checked bag allowance. Onboard you’ll find HEPA-filtered air, quality on-board catering and a warm, uniquely British welcome.

Simply relax and let us take care of you, every step of the way.

Brussels: Highlights

  • Visit Atomium, a huge iron sculpture that you can go inside to admire the views over the city.
  • Stroll around Cinquantenaire Park and spot the Triumphal Arch, commissioned in 1880.
  • Sample Belgium’s delicious chocolate at the Godiva workshop, a brand that’s been making its iconic pralines for 100 years.

Belgium Travel Essentials

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