Book flights from Hong Kong to Brussels with Qatar Airways
Arriving in Brussels
Book a flight to Brussels with Qatar Airways and you’ll find a city that is situated in the very heart of Europe, both physically and influentially.
It’s not only a commercial, financial and political epicentre, but Brussels also introduces visitors to a delightful blend of attractions, cultural experiences and sights.
Brussels is criss-crossed with cobbled streets, down which you’ll discover small museums, galleries and boutiques. Book a flight to Brussels with Qatar Airways and discover this characterful, charming city for yourself.
The best way to see as many sights as possible without worrying about queuing for tickets at every single one is to pick up a ‘Brussels Card’ and start exploring. Start-off with the Grand Place-Grote Markt, which is surrounded by centuries-old buildings and is beautifully lit up at night.
The famous Manneken Pis statue is typical of the city’s more quirky and bold side. The locals dress him up in different costumes throughout the year.
The best views of the city can be had from the Arc de Triomphe-Triomfboog in Parc du Cinquantenaire-Jubelpark, whilst the ultra-modern Atomium hosts regular exhibitions and events.
You should also check out some of the city’s many museums, including the Natural Sciences Museum of Belgium, and the Horta Museum’s beautiful Art Nouveau collections.
Flights to Brussels with Qatar Airways land at Brussels International Airport. Visa restrictions for entry into the country will depend on your country of origin, length of stay and whether your trip is for business or pleasure.
Before you fly to Brussels please check the visa and passport requirements.
Business travellers and leisure tourists alike will love the sheer quality and luxury of a long haul flight from Hong Kong to Brussels with Qatar Airways. Our perfect blend of award-winning service and friendly, attentive cabin crew all combine to make your travelling experience sublimely comfortable and relaxing.
Brussels is without doubt the political and financial hub of Europe. Home to the European Parliament as well as countless other major institutions, it still manages to retain its distinctive character and personality, making it an utterly charming destination. From ultra-modern commercial buildings to fascinating museums, galleries and entertainment venues, Brussels has something for everyone, whether you’re travelling here on business or purely for pleasure.
Flying from Hong Kong
Hong Kong International Airport is also known as Chek Lap Kok, the name of the small island that is home to this iconic air hub.
This incredibly busy airport has been named the “World's Best Airport" by Skytrax no less than 8 times. Efficient, friendly and helpful, the airport staff ensures that your time in Hong Kong is pleasant and your trip gets off to a great start.
Transportation and parking
The Airport Express bus service links the airport directly to the central business district. A fleet of buses takes travellers from most parts of the city to the airport, and the service is incredibly efficient, regular and quick.
Taxis and coaches are available outside the main terminal entrances, and a limousine service is also available. Car parking is available in three separate areas, although spaces fill up very quickly and availability in the long-term parking areas is limited.
Arriving at Hong Kong International Airport
Flights from Hong Kong with Qatar Airways check in at Terminal 1, Aisle E.
Unless you are a Hong Kong resident, you must return a departure card at immigration control when leaving Hong Kong. The two terminals are linked by a central access way and covered walkways at either end. If you are boarding your flight at gates 501-510, you can take a free shuttle bus from Terminal 1 to the North Satellite Concourse.
Facilities and amenities
Hong Kong International Airport has excellent facilities, ranging from a vast array of retail outlets to some excellent dining opportunities.
The airport even has its own 9-hole golf course – the Sky City Nine Eagles. A wide selection of dining options are available, serving Chinese and Asian food, as well as on-the-go snacks, coffee and more European-style cuisine.