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Brussels Airport

The airport is easily accessible from both the Brussels inner and outer ring road (follow signs for the Airport or Zaventem). Car Parking: Both short- and long-term parking is available 24 hours a day. A shuttle service to/from the terminal is available. Information and Help Desks are located in the departures area. A bank and post office, bureaux de change and ATMs are available. Mobile telephones can be hired from Locaphone in the Arrivals hall. Internet, data ports for laptops and wireless connection are available at the Communications Centre in the Arrivals hall. There are several bars, cafés, restaurants and vending machines available. There is a wide variety of shops, including duty-free. Baby-changing facilities are situated throughout the terminal building.

Conference and Business facilities: The Regus Skyport Meeting Centre provides a wide range of facilities. The Sky Hall Reception Room has event space for up to 1,500 people. Disabled toilets, lifts and ramps are available. There is a designated pick-up and drop-off zone for disabled passengers. Front Park 1 and 2 both provide disabled parking spaces.

Brussels City

Brussels, capital city of Belgium and home to The European Parliament is a multi-cultural and multi-lingual city at the very heart of Europe. Narrow cobbled streets open suddenly into the breathtaking Grand-Place, with its ornate guild houses, impressive Town Hall and buzzing atmosphere. The communes, St-Gilles and Ixelles, draw an arty crowd with their shops and restaurants. These are worth a visit, to glimpse some of Brussels' finest Art Nouveau buildings.

The city also plays host to a variety of cultural festivals, including the Brussels International Festival of Fantasy Film, the Festival Couleur Café music festival and the Pay and Go Groove City Music and Dance festival.

Places to visit around Brussels

Browsing the city's various weekend markets is always a pleasure. Nearly every neighbourhood has its own. The Atomium is one of the most recognisable landmarks in Brussels.

Find authentic Asian food within any price range, a block north of the busy Place Bourse downtown area, the streets are packed with little Thai, Vietnamese, Chinese restaurants and Asian groceries There's also plenty of things to do in the region immediately around Brussels and since, Belgium is so small, it's possible to reach almost anywhere quickly.

Redu, a tiny village, located about 45 minutes south-east of Brussels, is not much more than a cluster of dozens of bookstores, cafés and restaurants surrounded by farm fields and rolling hills. There is a Raspberry ale brewery with a café on the lawn and always a few cheese or sausage sellers. Nearly every town in the Ardennes region has hotels that offer indulgent weekend packages.

Cantillon in Anderlecht is the last of the family run lambic breweries around Brussels.The brewery is just south of the city and produces lambics, sparkling light beers that are brewed through a three-year process.

Ommegang festival: The huge parade and festival focuses on local folklore and heritage.