B Apart Louise

Chaussee de Vleurgat 261, Brussels, 1050, Belgium
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Simyo, or Simply? Which Belgian prepaid is cheapest?

by song99

Simyo, or Simply? Which Belgian prepaid is cheapest?

What company has the cheapest SIM startpack with focus on cheap, local SMS to Belgian mobiles? Also, is it possible to send free sms online (in Belgium)? What company do you recommend? think the complete list is here: Simyo, Simply, MobilePlus. What is the difference between Simya, and Simply? Both are online based, can I use a foreign credit card to make a purchase, or only European credit cards are accepted? Thanks for your advice.

Re: Simyo, or Simply? Which Belgian prepaid is cheapest?

by windpaard

simyo is good and cheap,what you need is an adress in belgium to receive the simcard,because is only internet www.simyo.be,
simply mobile ,I don't think there are in belgium
also good is the simcard from supermarkt ALDI,
to fone from belgium to the world you have lyca and others ,in belgium there are a lot of internet and fone shops who sells a lot of products,

Re: Simyo, or Simply? Which Belgian prepaid is cheapest?

by windpaard

simyo is good and cheap,what you need is an adress in belgium to receive the simcard,because is only internet www.simyo.be,
simply mobile ,I don't think there are in belgium
also good is the simcard from supermarkt ALDI,
to fone from belgium to the world you have lyca and others ,in belgium there are a lot of internet and fone shops who sells a lot of products,

Re: Simyo, or Simply? Which Belgian prepaid is cheapest?

by song99

Simply is from Mobistar

http://www.simplybymobistar.be/

is this better, or the same as SIMYO?

Can i purchase SIMYO with North American credit card?

Re: Simyo, or Simply? Which Belgian prepaid is cheapest?

by windpaard

mobistar is a big company,choose for simyo of from the simcard you can buy in the aldi supermarkt,a creditcard visa,mastercard,american express and the big cards are accepted worlwide

Re: Simyo, or Simply? Which Belgian prepaid is cheapest?

by song99

Good to hear, because when i tried using a Visa at a Norwegian electronic shop (online shopping), they refused to send me the product because of "foreign card"

Travel Tips for Brussels

when you MUST have your Vase of COFFEE...

by morgane1692

...you are pretty much out of luck in much of Europe. This is the land of espresso. Tiny cups of COFFEE. Sure, it's strong, but a few sips does still not a cup make when what you are dying for is your favorite Starbucks mega-mug. So it is a good thing I can tell you about what to expect at Brussels International Airport, COFFEE-wise. You'll find multiple kiosk locations of a smart invention called COFFEE CORNER, excellent for last-minute caffeine fixes. And last-minute waffles. Nice, thick, chewy-and-sugary-crunchy waffles. Enjoy them now, while you can. Mmmmmmm...

Galeries Royales Saint Hubert.

by Maurizioago

These glass roofed arcade was built in 1847. It was the first shopping arcade in Europe. It consists of two mayor parts called Galerie du Roy (King's Gallery) and Galerie de la Reine (Queen's Gallery); and a smaller section called Galerie du Prince (Prince's Gallery).

This shopping arcade is lined with lots of luxury shops, cafes, some restaurants, a theatre and a cinema.

Saint Michael & Saint Gudula Cathedral

by matcrazy1

I visited the Saint Michael and Saint Gudula Cathedral which was located on a top of a hill called Treurenberg hill between lower and upper town. It's the main church of Brussels where Belgian kings and dukes were baptised, married, crowned and burried.
The cathedral looked very impressive especially from the outside. I remember a very decorative baroque interiors as well.

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Pavillon Chinois - Chinese Pavilion

by Mikebb

We saw this Pavilion from the Hop On Hop Off bus as it drove by. Limited time to take a photo, however time enough to see the external beauty of this building designed by Alexander Marcel and built during the period 1901 - 1909. The pavilion houses the Royal collection of Oriental Porcelain.

Location: Avenue Jules Van Praet. Tram #23 or #52.

Atomium: closed from 12 Sep 2004 till end 2005

by Norali

This is a "monument" Belgians are really proud of. Though I have to say that I don't like it that much, there is still to do there!

It was built on 1958 while Belgium was hosting 1958 edition of Exposition Universelle (Universal Exhibition).

Atomium represents a molecule of iron crystal. Well, actual molecule size had been enlarged 165 milliards times.
It symbolized people's interest in science and the beginning of then new era during which Man would discover Universe.

From its 102m heigth THOUGH, a nice view of surrounding area is interesting. An elevator takes you at highest sphere in 10 seconds.

A warning though:
On Aug 2, I guided a friend through Brussels and went to the Atomium. She wanted to have this view of Brussels but you have to know that the ride would cost you 6 euros.
I know now that the view from Place Poelaert elevator would be one of my fondest memories of Brussels. Plus, it's free. A view from the arches of 50aire is stunning as well: a look on EC buildings area & another view on Av de Tervueren towards South-Eastern part of Brussels. Check my Off the Beaten path tips to know more of possibilities to have these "from top" views.

Anyway, if you want to go to the Atomium, Metro M station: Heyzel

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