The Lufthansa daughter company Eurowings connects Berlin Tegel with the Belgian capital Brussels during the winter flight schedule. From 29 October, there will be twice-daily flights to Brussels Airport.
The multicultural royal capital is well-known as the home of numerous European and international institutions. The connection is not only attractive to business travellers; as a city break, Brussels offers a variety of sights. The city is characterised by its contrasting architecture and combines modernity and tradition. The city’s landmarks include the Manneken Pis, the Atomium and the Grand Place in the historic centre. Culinary temptations are the well-known pralines and french fries, which should an integral part of any trip to the Belgian capital.
Eurowings replaces its sister company Brussels Airlines on the first and the last daily departures, avoiding a night stop for the Brussels crew.