Popular Lettings in Brussels
Highlights in Brussels
- Beer lovers
- Grand Place
- Beautiful architecture
- Belgian chocolate
Most popular in Brussels
Prices and availability
Holiday rentals and lettings in Brussels
Brussels, the self-titled ‘Capital of Europe’, welcomes you with its rich history and marvellous architecture. There are a wide range of holiday rentals all around the city. If you prefer to be in the centre of the action, then choose from one of the many options in the historic centre near the Grand Place. Alternatively, opt for the beautiful area on the edge of the centre around the magnificent Brussels Park, home of the Royal Theatre. If you are looking for more peace and quiet, there are numerous lettings away from the city centre, such as in the leafy suburbs of Laeken.Modern holiday rentals all over the city
Although Brussels is an old city with many historic buildings, the majority of lettings are located in modern high-spec buildings. You can find tiny studios for couples to large and spacious lofts for groups up to 8 people. Further out from the city you can find a range of spacious houses with lawns and even swimming pools, and public transport is great to get you into town. Whatever your preferences, Brussels can accommodate them.
Holidays in Brussels
The area and getting around
Brussels’ main attractions are located in the centre with its eclectic architectural styles from gothic to the art nouveau and at the heart of the city the must-see Grand Place. Ixelles, located south of central Brussels, is the most affluent in the capital and boasts cobbled small streets and garden squares that are full of charm and history. For urban cool, working-class Marolles is becoming increasingly popular with the bohemian set.Nature in the middle of a metropolis
To the east of the centre is Parc de Bruxelles, which makes for a lovely slice of nature and a breath of fresh air in an otherwise bustling metropolis. You can take a peaceful walk here, go for a jog, or rent a bike and cycle along one of the many paths which are lined with fountains and statues. On the north side of the park there is Brussels Theatre, built in 1782, which stages high-budget performances to this day.
Travellers and activities
Brussels makes for a great city for an amorous getaway. From strolling the elegant city streets around the Grand Place to indulging yourselves in the internationally renowned best-in-the-world chocolate, or visiting the city’s museums dedicated to lovers: the Heart Museum, and the Museum of Erotics and Mythology, there is no escaping the romance of this city. You can even learn to make chocolate truffles at one of the famous chocolatiers, a lovely treat to top off your romantic break.Brussels for beer lovers
As lovers of this fine drink knows, Belgium produces some of the world’s best beer. There are over 150 breweries in Belgium, many of which are in Brussels and which offer tours and tastings (with Cantillon Brewery being a local’s favourite). The choice of beers in regular pubs in Belgium is also impressive. Delirium Cafe is rated as the number one destination, with no less than 2,000 beers to choose from!
Brussels International Airport is the largest sales outlet for chocolate in the world!
Top 5 travel tips in Brussels
An unheralded way to explore the city and its surroundings is by boat. Discover Brussels and its developments in a completely different way – just hop on a canal cruise and enjoy a great view of the numerous new architectural projects, green sites and new museums.2. Take a walk through the Atomium
This is a fascinating structure that was built for the World’s Fair of 1958. It takes its design from an iron crystal, which is magnified 165 billion times. Take a surrealistic walk through tubes and spheres and enjoy a stunning panorama over the city.3. Marvel at the Old England Building
This former department store built at the end of the 19th century boasts a stunning facade and a beautiful museum, where you can see over 2,000 musical instruments and listen to some of them in action. There is highly-rate a cafe on the roof, which offers panoramic views over the city.4. Find a bargain at Jeu to Balle Flea Market
Embark on a treasure hunt among the antiquities and other items at the Jeu de Balle Flea Market. This huge outdoor market in Marolles has everything from vintage artwork to retro bags to quirky furniture and other curiosities.5.Smell the roses at the botanical garden
Le Botanique is an urban park in Brussels’ northern quarter, and an oasis of peace in a busy area of town. It boasts an impressive range of plants and flowers on display, such as its star-shaped rose garden. Check out the local schedule for the park’s various performing arts events.
FAQ: Frequently asked questions about holiday rentals in Brussels
Brussels is the most exclusive city in Belgium that you can visit, with an annual average cost of £180.10 per night, according to 2019 data.What time of year offers, on average, the best holiday rental prices in Brussels?
Travellers who want to be budget-friendly should visit Brussels in February, March, and June the cheapest months of the year, with average prices of £159.45, £167.82, and £172.81 per night, respectively, based on data collected in 2019.When are holiday rentals more expensive in Brussels?
When it comes to renting a holiday letting in Brussels, the highest prices are found in the month of December (with an average of £195.13 per night), followed by October (£195.1), and May (£192.72).Are there usually many holiday lettings available in Brussels?
In order to not have problems finding accommodation in Brussels we recommend you to think ahead, as 58% of rentals are usually booked, according to last year's data.What time of the year can I find more available holiday rentals?
The months when it's easiest to find free accommodation in Brussels are June (the average amount of properties that are free reached 76.6% of the total in 2019), May (73.75%), and April (72.5%).During which months are there fewer rentals available in Brussels?
According to data from 2019, the months with the fewest housing options available in Brussels are, in order, December (with 17.75% of available rentals), October (18.5%), and November (20.6%).How many holiday lettings are there in Brussels?
We have grouped together the holiday rentals and lettings from 11 different partners in Brussels, so we can offer you around 1000 properties. You're going to have a hard time deciding which one to go with!