Useful Information when you Travel
to Brussels, Belgium
Best time to visit Brussels
The best time to visit Brussels is from May to October. Weekends and holidays have the best entertaining events. The weather can be unpredictable but the temperatures are mostly mild. Shops are closed on Sunday’s: this will be your best moment to stroll around the old city or to enjoy the beautiful parks.
Weather Chart - Current Weather Information
January 31-40°F (-1 to 4°C)
February 32-45°F (0-7°C)
March 36-50°F (2-10°C)
April 41-58°F (5-14°C)
May 47-65°F (8-18°C)
June 52-72°F (11-22°C)
July 54-74°F (12-23°C)
August 54-72°F (12-22°C)
September 52-70°F (11-21°C)
October 45-59°F (7-15°C)
November 38-49°F (3-9°C)
December 34-43°F (1-6°C)
Holidays in Brussels
All government and post offices, banks, and most shops are closed in Brussels on Belgium's national day, July 21. Businesses are also closed on Easter Monday, Labor Day (May 1), the Ascension (May), Pentecost (June), the Assumption (August), All Saints Day (early November), Armistice Day (November 11), Christmas Day, and New Year's Day. If a holiday falls on a weekend, offices close the preceding Friday or following Monday.
Tourist offices in Brussels
The Brussels International tourist information office is located in the Town Hall in Brussels’ Grand-Place.
- at the Gare du Midi (Rue de France entrance)
- at Brussels National airport, in the arrival hall
- at the European Parliament (Rue Wiertz)
- at the European Commission (Van Maerlant building)
Tel.: (+32.2) 513.89.40
Fax: (+32.2) 513.83.20
The information has other offices:
The Wallonia-Brussels Tourism Promotion Office aims to present the Walloon Region and the Brussels-Capital Region to their own people and the ‘rest of the world’. The OPT is in fact the body that compiles and stores official information, regulated by the laws that govern these matters in Belgium.
The office is located at the following address:
Rue Saint-Bernard 30, 1060 Brussels
Tel.: (+32.2) 504.03.90 – (+32.2) 509.24.00
Fax: (+32.2) 504.02.70
The Dutch-language equivalent, Toerisme Vlaanderen, is located at Rue du Marché-aux-Herbes 63, 1000 Brussels. It can be contacted on the same telephone numbers.
Rue des Princes 8, 1000 Brussels
Tel.: (+32.2) 227.18.18
Fax: (+32.2) 227.18.19
Transportation in Brussels
Brussels is served by Brussels National Airport located in Zaventem, and by the Brussels South Airport, located some 80km from Brussels. Brussels' major train stations link the city to major European cities by high speed rail links (such as the Thalys.
- Brussels North (French: Gare du Nord, Dutch: Brussel-Noord)
- Brussels Central (French: Gare Centrale, Dutch: Brussel-Centraal)
- Brussels South (French: Gare du Midi or Bruxelles-Midi, Dutch: Brussel-Zuid)
The Brussels metro (Subway) and a comprehensive bus and tram network also covers the city.
The major train stations in Brussels are:
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