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Business Class to Belgium Blends Luxury with Fun

Brussels Attracts First Class Travelers and Sightseers

Snag a last minute flight to Brussels for a unique experience. - IFlyFirstClass

Cosmopolitan and chic, Brussels is a global city with a sense of history, humor and joie de vivre. Here, you can visit the Manneken Pis fountain, tour the Palais Royale and admire the Gothic architecture of St. Michael and St. Gudula Cathedral. The city’s Grand Place is its best-known site, and it’s a terrific place to gather and watch passersby. As the home of the European Parliament, Brussels also sports some important modern-day attractions. One of the best of these is the Parliamentarium, at the European Parliament complex. The Parliamentarium has interactive activities for visitors to enjoy while learning about government and European integration. There are many intriguing museums in Brussels, including the Horta, Musical Instruments and military museums. Families traveling to the city also appreciate the fun found at the Mini-Europe amusement park. Flights to Brussels are abundant, so you’re likely to find some excellent business class deals to the region.

Business Class to Bruges Opens Up a World of History

Take a last minute flight to Bruges to see many masterpieces. - IFlyFirstClass

Bruges is the quintessential medieval town filled with quaint timber buildings and glorious cathedrals. Walk along the city center’s cobblestone streets, and you’ll find Gothic spires, enticing canals and inviting public squares. Cruise along the canals for a different viewpoint, or act like a local and bike the scenic streets. Bruges’ attractions are many, so plan to spend a few days in this Flanders town. At the top of your to-visit list should be The Beguinages, Burg Square and Basilica of the Holy Blood. There are numerous fascinating museums, including the Groeninge Museum, the Folklore Museum, the Choco-Story and the Memling Museum. Delight your taste buds with visits to the Halve Maan Brewery and the many chocolate shops around town. For an immersive medieval experience, take the Historium tour. There are ample discounted business class tickets to Bruges to help you enjoy the city’s many treasures. 

Pleasurable Travels: First Class Tickets to Antwerp

Find excellent business class deals to Bruges via Brussels, London and Amsterdam. - IFlyFirstClass

Art, fashion and lively nightclubs keep Antwerp buzzing day and night. Here, the city’s historic sites are often mixed in with modern structures. To see some of these beautifully historic buildings, head to sites such as Antwerp Central Station and Cathedral of Our Lady. Museum lovers adore the options offered in Antwerp. You can see the works of the masters at Rubenshuis and the Royal Museum of Fine Art. You can learn how 16th-century printers worked in the gorgeous Plantin-Moretus Museum. Medieval artwork from the Low Countries is displayed at the Museum Mayer van den Bergh, and local heritage is celebrated in Museum aan de Stroom. Antwerp is famous for its fashion academy, so you’ll find many trendy fashion shops and displays around town. Of course, a trip to Antwerp should also include a night spent exploring the city’s clubs, discos and pubs. Travel to Antwerp is option-filled. You can fly first class to Brussels, London or Amsterdam and take the train to Antwerp. You can also fly to London and transfer to a regional flight into Antwerp’s Deurne Airport.

Find Business Class Deals to Ghent for Fun Festivities

Luxury and fun are on tap in Ghent when you fly business class and take the train. - IFlyFirstClass

Like many other Belgian towns, Ghent is a delight for the senses. Visually, it’s stunning with grand cathedrals, castles and clock towers. It boasts picturesque canals, appealing rivers and splendid landscapes. You can tour the majestic 10th-century Gravensteen castle and the Scheldt Gothic St. Nicholas’ Church. You can admire the legendary "Adoration of the Mystic Lamb" polyptych at St. Bavo’s Cathedral. For your sense of taste, Ghent is a wonderland with beer, bagel-like mastel, praline chocolates and delectable stews. Ghent also abounds with entrancing activities and entertainment. The city hosts some of Europe’s most thrilling festivals, and it’s home to an incredible Opera House. You can cruise Grasslei port, enjoy guided bike tours and climb a rock wall at Blaarmeersen recreation park. Traveling to Ghent to enjoy all of these activities is simple. Book your discounted business class tickets to Brussels for the best deals. Then head to the airport’s on-site train station to make the hour-long trip to Ghent.

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