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Planning to travel to a foreign country? Think of Belgium and its famous chocolate. You can travel to the capital city of Brussels by booking flight from metropolitan Indian cities like Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai, and Bengaluru. India to Brussels flights have a layover in Istanbul, during which you may have to change the aircraft. You can also sign up for 6E Rewards and avail benefits such as access to airport lounges and vouchers for hotel stays.

The Belgian capital is perhaps best known for having the largest chocolate factory in the world called Barry Callebaut. But it is also the headquarters of the European Union (EU) and home to the Royal Family of Belgium. The city exudes charm and sophistication; there are various medieval buildings as well as beautiful Gothic churches to explore. The city's historic attractions blend harmoniously with its 21st-century attractions.

India to Brussels flight information

  • Distance between India and Brussels: The aerial distance between India and Brussels is 7,014 km.
  • India to Brussels flights: There are many international flights that operate from India to Brussels on a regular basis.
  • India to Brussels flight timings: India to Brussels flights are available at regular intervals. The timings are available on the IndiGo website and mobile app.
  • India to Brussels flight ticket price: India to Brussels flight tickets may cost between INR 40,000 and INR 60,000. Please note that the price may differ based on when you book your flight.
  • Multiple flights to Brussels from India: Delhi to Brussels, Mumbai to Brussels, Chandigarh to Brussels and others.

Hello, Brussels!

Brussels is a stunning destination with so much to explore and see. From chocolate to beer, Brussels is famous for many things. If you like exploring cobblestone medieval towns, you'll love this place. Brussels also has many lively cafés and restaurants. So, if you are planning to explore the country, you can make your first stop in the capital, Brussels.

Brussels travel guide

  • Grand Place: The Grand Place was first founded in the 11th-century, and quickly developed into the political and economic centre of the city. Inside, there are several rooms to explore, and the most impressive is the Maximilian Chamber that is decorated with Brussels’ tapestries. The Great Council Room has a magnificent ceiling by Victor Janssens and tapestries based on his designs, while the Grand Ballroom and Wedding Hall are beautifully panelled. 
  • Saint-Michel Cathedral: This Gothic church was first founded in 1225 but was not completed until the 15th-century. The facade is impressive, rising majestically above a wide staircase and towering over two 69-metre towers designed by Jan van Roysbroek. The beautifully proportioned interior is richly decorated and has stained-glass windows created by Bernard van Orley.
  • Place Royale: The square's most important building is the Royal Palace (Palais Royal), the official residence of the Belgian royal family. A Belgian flag hangs from the roof, signalling the presence of the sovereign and royal family. There are several guided tours that offer an insight into the life of the royal family and the palace. 
  • Royal Museum of Fine Arts: The Royal Museum of Fine Arts has four separate museums, which together form one of the largest and finest art galleries in the world. The first art gallery, set up in 1797, was housed in the former palace of Charles of Lorraine which was later transferred to the newly established Musées Royaux. The Musée Modern houses works from the late 19th-century to the present day. The Musée Fin-de-Siècle presents works from the period 1884–1914, while the Musée Magritte presents artwork by the Belgian surrealist René Magritte.
  • Coudenberg Palace Archaeological Site: One of the most unique things to do in Brussels is to explore this active ruin, rediscovered in the 1980s. Coudenburg Palace has been excavated, revealing the crypts and tunnels of the former Brussels Palace as well as the forgotten streets that have been buried beneath the city for centuries. A free audio tour is available to guide you through the excavation site.

Brussels airport information

Brussels Airport (BRU) is also known as Zaventem Airport because it is located in Zaventem, a suburb of the capital. The airport is the city's busiest international airport and home to Brussels Airlines. From the airport, you have several options for transportation, and one of the most convenient are the trains. You can find the train station, which is located directly under the departure and arrival halls of the airport. 

Important points to remember while travelling to Brussels

  • Flight booking- Make advance reservations to get low-cost IndiGo flights to Brussels from India
  • Connecting flights- Most of the international flights to Brussels have one or two layovers from India, so make sure to check the duration of the layover while booking
  • Visas and immigration- You need Belgium visa in order to visit Brussels and it’s part of Schengen Area, you need a Schengen visa. Make sure to keep your travel documents, like your passport, with you to ensure a hassle-free process at immigration.
  • Leave for the airport early- Arrive at the airport at least three hours in advance for international flights
  • Baggage allowance- Check the baggage allowance to know how much your check-in and carry-on bags can weigh while travelling on an IndiGo flight

FAQs about Flights to Brussels

How can I get to Brussels from the airport?

The airport train station is located under the terminal building. There are around five trains that connect the airport to the city.

Which visa do I need to visit Belgium?

Since Belgium is part of the Schengen area and the European Union, you need to apply for a Schengen visa online.

Are there flights from Delhi to Brussels?

Yes, there are flights from Delhi to Brussels via IndiGo codeshare flight, Turkish Airlines.

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