What to see?
The majestic palace building - a great start to visit the compact and cozy Brussels old town. Palace du gran Sablon Square is famous with luxury boutiques and cafes, a great impression leaves Notre Dame du Sablon gothic church. It is worth visiting the Royal Palace and the spacious garden, surrounded by greenery. In Brussels there is an opportunity to learn chocolate history visiting the Cocoa and chocolate museum. In Bruparck park you can find two celebrities: the mini-city, and the Atomium - a metal structure, representing 150 thousand magnification of an atom.
How to get there?
City Centre from Brussels South Charleroi Airport is located about 45 kilometers. It can be reached by bus, train, taxi or rented car. Buses travel to Brussels train station. More information can be found in Brussels City Shuttle
with the TEC bus (A) from the airport You can reach Charleroi-Sud train station where trains can take you to any Belgian station.
Brussels Zaventem airport is 11 kilometers away from the city centre. Every 15 minutes trains leave to the city centre. 12 and 21 bus routes from the ground floor are leaving every 20-30 minutes.
How much does it cost?
You can dine in the restaurant of a moderate level for 15 euros and a cup of coffee costs about 2.5 euros.