How much currency you need to go on vacation to Brussels, Belgium
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Planning your trip to Brussels? Know how much currency you need to make sure you have a great trip! Don't forget to check out our guide for your stay in Barcelona, too.
In our how much currency to bring abroad chart below, you'll see a 10 mile cab ride is on average about $36.41 USD in Brussels. Having this information on hand will give you a good idea on how much you would need to get around the city.
In Belgium, you're sure to eat some delicious food and drink. Better yet, you're sure to have some of the best waffles and chocolate in the world! To get a good taste of Belgium, we recommend you check out Vitalgaufre, Brussels waffle specialists. If you have even more of a sweet tooth, be sure to also visit the Neuhaus chocolate factory. A bonus fun fact for you: cholocate is one of Belgium's main trade exports. Go figure!
Currency: The Euro
The Euro banknote has seven different denominations: €5, €10, €20, €50, €100, €200 and €500. However, before the Euro was introduced in 2002 to the European Union, Belgium actually used the Belgian franc as currency.
If you have leftover Euros after your trip in Brussels, CXI will buy them back from you. If you originally received this foreign currency from CXI, then with the currency receipt we do not have any exchange fee to buy it back! Order your Euros now.
Roundtrip tickets to Brussels for two typically range from about $691 USD to about $3,912 USD, depending on where you leave from, the airline you fly with, and when you are taking your trip, according to Expedia.
November through March appear as the best months to fly to Brussels in order to get cheaper flight prices, according to cheapflights.com. There you can find the best days of the week and the best time of year to book flights for your trips to other countries!
Don't forget before you book that flight, check out everything you need to know about the five trusted travelers programs in our video below.
Finding a nice hotel at a decent rate in Brussels isn't too difficult in off seasons, however most people tend to visit the city in the Summer, peak travel season. In order to ensure a nice, hassle-free stay in Belgium's capital city you should consider trying something a little different to experience the city like a local. Take a look at some of the best rated superhost places to stay in Brussels from Airbnb.
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