Aparthotel Wellington

Chaussee de Vleurgat 154, Brussels, 1000, Belgium
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Best way to get to Sofitel Le Louise on Toison D'or

by clareabee

Hi guys,

We land in main Brussels Airport (zavantem?) at 12.50pm next Thursday 14th October. Could somebody please advise best way to get from airport to our hotel. We have been told not to get a taxi as they are quite pricy.

If i was to get the train where do i get it from? Assume I have to change for Louiza metro station?

We also return on the Sunday - are the trains just as frequent on this day?

Many thanks

Clare

Re: Best way to get to Sofitel Le Louise on Toison D'or

by johngayton

You can get the train from the airport into Brussels (up to 4 services an hour from the basement train station). Get off at Midi and it's a short walk to the Metro - follow the signposting. Line 2, direction Simonis, will take you to Louiza and the Sofitel is a short walk up the main road.

No problems travelling on a Sunday - airport trains run roughly every 15 minutes with a journey time of 20 minutes and the Metro runs pretty much as the weekday normal.

Re: Best way to get to Sofitel Le Louise on Toison D'or

by clareabee

thanks guys - that is really helpful.

Many thanks

Clare

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Belguique Francs!

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Belgique Money is called the "Franc" -- oops! I haven't been to Belgium in a few years. Belgian money is now called the Euro, and it's used by most of western Europe. I guess my Francs are collectors items now.

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enter Grand Place, the heart...

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enter Grand Place, the heart of the city where I think Europe's most impressive market square is. The gothic church-like edifice of the Town Hall and the Maison du Roi (King's House) faces each other across the square, surrounded with baroque guild houses embellished by magnificent gables and sculptures. The latter houses Musee de la Ville which covers the city's history and exhibits every piece of clothing ever worn by Manneken Pis. The facades of most buildings are of blackish-brown stone, against which the glistening ornamentation beautifully contrasts. I simply got lost in beauty on this square spinning around, around and around and around.

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My flight was running late for one hour and during that time, I get the chance to explore almost whole airport. I found airport nice and clean but informative aspects were missing there, like generally inquiries and directions.

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