Brussels Tour Packages
Brussels, the city which evokes the images of luscious, lip smacking chocolates and beers has a whole lot to offer its tourists and locals. Brimming with magnificent monuments and museums, beautiful strolling areas and parks, this European city is indeed the de facto cultural hub of Belgium. From Charlemagne’s fortress town of 10th century to turning into the capital and the largest city of the nation, Brussels has indeed come a long way. The city has been the centre for several significant International political events having been the Headquarters to the NATO or North Atlantic Treaty Organization. It has acted as the secretariat of Benelux and been venue to a plethora of EU Institutions. The best time to take a sojourn to the city of Brussels is during the summer season between the months of March and May and September and October.
Brussels offer plenty of sightseeing opportunities and activities. Visit the Grand Palace pulsating with its grandiose Gothic Town Hall and exquisite architecture of the Brabantine Renaissance. Visit the grand Jubilee Park with its gigantic arch and housing the three magnificent Museums of Belgium. Admire the cyclopean façade of the majestic Royal Palace of the neoclassical period that had been raised over the palace of the Dukes of Brabant. Take your kids along to the Oceade Water Attraction Park and Mini Europe for a fun day out. Catch a show at Belgium’s largest theatre Kinepolis and go on a shopping spree for antiques at the Sablon’s Square. Pay tribute to the Lord at the serene Brussels Cathedral with quintessential Gothic-styled windows.
Holidayme has two customised Brussels city packages - Introducing Brussels and A Paradise Tour: Brussels. You can further customise the packages to create your own Brussels city holiday packages by adding your choice of hotels, activities and transfers. Some of the reputed hotels of Brussels are Sofitel Brussels Europe, Steigenberger Grandhotel, Le Chatelain, Hilton Brussels Grand Place, Eurostars Montgomery, Rocco Forte Hotel Amigo and Stanhope Hotel. The popular nightlife hubs of Brussels are La Corbeau, Zanzibar, Spirito Martini, Le Coaster, Aperos-urbains, Café Belga, Le Wood and Le Flamingo. The popular restaurants of Brussels are 10 Amadeus, Maison du Cygne, La Quincaillerie, La Manufacture, Comme Chez Soi, Saint Boniface, In’t Spinnekope, De L’Ogenblik and Bonsoir Clara.
There are plenty of shopping zones in Brussels. You can Indulge in jewellery shopping spree at the elegant Claude Noelle located in the Place du Grand Sablon. Check out Christa Reiner’s chic jewellery store which will amuse you to the core with their exotic and fascinating designs. The best way to get around Brussels is to avail the Metro or underground rail system which is fast and convenient and affordable to your pocket as well. Other than the Metro there are trams and buses all of which operate under the STIB and therefore the same ticketing rules apply to all. Taxis are also available in plenty at the taxi stands as well as the streets whereby you have to wave in order to hire them. Car rental companies are also available and they make up for affordable conveyance options if you are traveling within the country for more than 10 days.