hii will be spending 3 days in brussels om may 25th.planning to stay in first euroflat hotel on boulevard charlemagne 50, anybody hear anything about this hotel? help with the easiest and cheapest way to get to the 6 flags from this area? would one day in the park be enough? i will have my 15yr old son with me, any other recomendations to keep him occupied? also best place to eat with a teenager.
thanks a lot guys
It's not 6 Flags any more, it's gone back to being Walibi! See http://www.walibi.be/walibibelgium/parkinfo/acces/index_en.cfm. Your hotel is close to Schuman railway station, which is accessible from the Avenue Charlemagne entrance to/exit from Schuman metro station, virtually below one corner of the Berlaymont. From there, you can take a train to Ottignies (final destination Dinant; on Saturdays there is a train at 23 minutes past each hour) where you can change for Bierges, which is the station for Walibi: total travel time is a bit over 30 minutes.
You can put (from) Bruxelles-Schuman and (to) Bierges into here plus actual travel date (or a date corresponding to the same day of the week) and time you want to depart: http://www.b-rail.be/main/E/
Return ticket prices from Brussels to Bierges: Normal (weekday): 8.40 EUR; weekend: 5 EUR; same price for you and 15-year old. I would have thought 1 day in the park was more than enough, it isn't that big.
As far as I know, 15-year olds eat normal food so I would have thought the best place to eat with a teenager was somewhere you both like the type of food! Your hotel is in the heart of the EU area so there is a good selection of restaurants of all varieties, in Ave. Charlemagne itself (Japanese, Irish..), rue Stévin (German, Danish, Greek, Spanish, Indian..), rue Franklin (Italian, Turkish, Greek..) and rue Archimède (Italian, Spanish, "Mediterrranean"..). There are no fast-food restaurants there but you can get great pizzas at La Brace in rue Franklin, just off rue Archimède on the right.
I have only been to the Euroflat hotel for a meeting and lunch so can't tell you what it is like to stay there, but I'm sure you can google for reviews.
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Address: 50 Boulevard Charlemagne, Brussels, 1000, Belgium