TORONTO — Brussels Airlines has launched ‘Belgium Stop Over’, a new program that allows passengers to visit Belgium for up to five days at no additional cost.
Effective immediately, Brussels Airlines’ guests travelling from Canada, the U.S., Israel or India and flying to Africa, Europe, the U.S., Israel, Canada or India can choose to add a short vacation in Belgium at no extra cost. Travellers can visit two Belgian cities of their choice, for just one day or up to five days.
Thanks to partnerships with Visit Flanders, Visit Brussels and Wallonie Belgique Tourism and 14 Belgian cities, the airline is also able to offer free access to a wealth of tourist activities and museums in: Brussels; Antwerp; Charleroi; Eupen; Ghent; Leuven; Liège; Louvain-la-Neuve; Mechelen; Mons; Namur; Tournai; and Ypres.
“On the one hand, Brussels Airport is an ideal airport for connecting passengers, offering smooth connections between North America, Europe and Africa, while on the other hand Belgium is a fantastic tourist destination that many people outside Europe know very [little] about,” said the airline.
For more information go to brusselsairlines.com/BelgiumStopOver.