Business class flights to Brussels booked with Fly World Class provide you with a relaxing, comfortable journey to the capital of beautiful Belgium. What is often considered most surprising about this city that is also the capital of the European Union and principal seat of the Belgian Royal Family is that it is remarkably small, for being a city of such importance. You can get a genuine feel for Belgian life right in Brussels, which is the main economic and educational hub of the nation. Whatever your plans while in Belgium, don’t forget to leave room in your travel bags for a generous supply of Brussels’ famous chocolate.
The main plaza, known as Grand Place or Grote Markt, is an iconic location in Brussels. The Grand Place was built in the 13th century as a merchants market, and it serves as the city center. The ornate Grand Place includes gothic and baroque guild houses. The Hôtel de Ville or Town Hall, built in 1402, was built to upstage the Stadhuis, which is in Bruges, a rival city. The structure is indeed truly magnificent, complete with the archangel Saint-Michael at the main tower spire. Many who book cheap flights to Brussels include the Grand Place and a tour of Town Hall on their itinerary.
A great time to take advantage traveling first class to Brussels with Fly World Class is during Ommegang, which occurs the first Thursday of every July and begins the Tuesday preceding it. The Ommegang traverses the centuries-old cobblestones of the Grand Place in high, nostalgic style, with an event that will transport you back to the year 1549. There are richly colored costumes, stilt jousting events, and embroidered banners. The highlight of the event is a majestic procession commemorating royalty, paying tribute to Emperor Charles V and his VIP guests.
A favorite historic site is Coudenberg, an underground trail to the remains of the palace of King Charles the Fifth. The walk takes you under Place royale and the remains of the Coudenberg Palace, which was a primary residence of Charles V. A visit to the magnificent Hoogstraeten house, a renovated gothic gallery, contains most of the incredible archaeological discoveries from the last 25 years of the Coudenberg excavations.
Brussels weather includes four delightful seasons, but at Océade, a family waterpark in the city, you can enjoy tropical fun all year long. The temperature averages 86°F, which makes the wave pools and high-speed slides all the more tempting. There are 14 slides in all, with some that are perfect for every person in the family. You can also enjoy saunas, solariums, and Jacuzzis at this hot spot. Use of children’s life jackets is free.
Contact our expert and friendly travel personnel at Fly World Class, to book comfortable but first flights to Brussels. After your journey, you will be relaxed and ready to enjoy the historic and beautiful landmarks in Brussels.