Brussels is an essential destination for any tourist. The city is a leading cultural, historic, culinary and tourist centre.
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Discover the new Magritte museum, located on the Place Royale, in the very heart of Brussels.
The museum opened its door on June 2nd 2009 and covers 2.500 m² of a building of the Royal Museums of Fine Arts of Belgium. 250 works of the father of Belgian surrealism are on display at the Magritte museum, as well as archives about his life and work. Definitely worth a visit!
Bus: The No 12 bus runs every 30 minutes between the airport and Rond-Point Schuman. The journey takes about 30 minutes. A oneway ticket costs €3.
Train: Trains from the airport run every 20 minutes at peak times. The journey takes 15 minutes and trains go to Brussels’ three mainline stations. Tickets cost approximately €2,80
Taxi: A taxi from the airport to the city centre will cost around €25-35. The journey should take about 25 minutes.
Tourist information: The main tourist office can be found on Grand’Place in the city centre (tel. (0)2 513 8940, www.brussels.international.be).