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Price and Availability Index Brussels
Holiday Letting Price Information in Brussels
We analysed price data and rendered them in this graph, which shows holiday letting prices for the next twelve months in Brussels. Holiday letting prices are the highest in December (22/12 - 29/12). Holiday letting prices go down to £119 per night in September (07/09 - 14/09).
Holiday Home Availability Information in Brussels
Check how busy Brussels is with our availability graph. In a week of September (07/09 - 14/09), 62% of the holiday homes are booked. More accommodations are available in a week of December (15/12 - 22/12) as the booking rate is only 12%.
The weather in Brussels
The above is a climate diagram for Brussels. In July maximum temperatures go higher than 23°. No heat wave is expected in February, where minimum average temperatures usally hit a 1° low. The rainiest month is July while the driest month is March.
Explore beautiful Brussels from the comfort of a holiday letting
Packed with intriguing historical attractions and a rich cultural heritage, Brussels has something for visitors of all ages. Take a holiday home here in the form of either a modern or more traditional, classic flat, and make the most of this city's varied art and great cuisine.
Chocolate and beer
Belgium is equally famous for its chocolate and its beer. The Museum of Cocoa and Chocolate, near historic Grand Place, features demonstrations by master chocolatiers, but there are also dozens of shops where you can buy handmade confections.
The Belgian Brewers Museum gives visitors a history of beer from the city, and includes a free tasting of some of the local production. The bars on the Grand Place are the perfect place to sample some of the best-known beers, along with the classic Belgian repast 'moules frites'.
Fine art and comic strips
Art lovers can spend hours at the Royal Museums of Fine Art, a collection of six institutions displaying a varied collection of artworks from every era. The Old Masters museum focuses on classic paintings and sculpture, while the Magritte Museum is dedicated to the work of iconic Belgian artist René Magritte.
Belgium is famous for its beloved comic books, to which the Belgian Comic Strip Centre pays homage. Enjoy sketches, drawings, and artefacts from the creators of characters like Tintin and Asterix.
Experience the future at Atomium
Brussels is a great city to visit with children. The Children's Museum features exhibits for kids of all ages, while the futuristic Atomium structure, from the 1958 World's Fair, is enormous fun to explore and also offers a great view over the city.
On the grounds surrounding the Atomium, families can visit the Mini Europe model village and Oceade, a water park with indoor and outdoor pools. Keep kids further occupied while exploring Brussels by keeping an eye out for the street art which decorates many buildings.
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