Flights Lyon - Brussels
From Jun 10, 2021
to Jun 17, 2021
Brussels, ideal conditions for a successful stay!
In addition to enjoying an outstanding heritage, Brussels is one of Europe’s leading cities for business and decision-making.
The perfect conditions for a successful business stay or an exceptional leisure trip leaving from Lyon, to discover the Pigeon house, where Victor Hugo spent time, on the Grand-Place, the Atomium or Saint-Michael and Gudula Cathedral whose splendour multiplies tenfold as night falls.
Useful information about Brussels
24 - 28 °F
French, German, Dutch
Stroll across the Grand-Place
This is hands down one of the most beautiful squares in the world. A UNESCO World Heritage Site, this architectural masterpiece offers an unrivalled succession of richly adorned façades behind its magnificent Maison du Roi and Town Hall. A monumental carpet of flowers is created in the square every other year, on 15 August, transforming it into a mass of colour.
Discover the Manneken-Pis
The Manneken-Pis is a small fountain depicting a little boy urinating and is an integral part of Belgian folklore. The bronze statue can be found near the Grand-Place and has become one of the capital's emblematic monuments. Regularly dressed by hand-picked dressers, the statue even has its own society.
Walk under the triumphal arch in Cinquantenaire Park
Built on former military training fields, Cinquantenaire Park is one of the highlights of the city. Its esplanade is dominated by the three arches of the Arcades du Cinquantenaire and is encircled by the impressive army, aviation and car museums. The site hosts a number of festive and popular events including competitions, concerts and festivals.
Travel to the heart of the major European institutions
Brussels is the decision-making centre of the European Union. Brussels is home to the main European institutions, including the European Parliament, the European Council and the European Commission. This cosmopolitan and multilingual city, centrally located between Paris, London, Berlin and Amsterdam, is well worth a visit.
Dring a beer at the Delirium
Recognised by its pink elephant signs, the Delirium Café earned its place in the Guinness Book of Records. One of the places to be in Brussels, the café sets the world record for serving the most varieties of beer (2400!) A must-visit place in the land of beer and fries!