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Valentine’s Day is right around the corner, and we won’t let it go unnoticed.
Leaving from Brussels on a romantic weekend, somewhere between 25th January and 18th February?
Be sure to take a lovely picture in our interactive,heart-shaped photobooth in terminal A. Travelling alone? Don’t forget to bring home a present for your lover! Travelling with your children during the February break? There’s a present waiting for them at the family lane.
PS Travelling on Valentine’s Day? Brussels Airport will treat you to delicious heart-shaped waffles in the departures hall. Enjoy!
Taking a connecting flight at Brussels Airport is now easier than ever. Our new red signs will lead the way!
We’ll also tell you the local time, where exactly you are in the airport and the estimated walking distance to all the gates. Wave goodbye to stress and wasted time!
Belgium is known as the place to be for festivals, with something for everyone.
Last weekend for example, ticket sales for the world-renowned Tomorrowland started. But the lesser-known festivals are worth a visit as well.
Meakusma Festival, to name but one, was named best festival of Europe by The Guardian last year. Visit it this year on 8th, 9th and 10th September. Discover the range of festivals Belgium has to offer, and find out which one fits best in your next visit.