Delpech Travel has been arranging great value Eurostar and Eurotunnel short breaks from the beginning.
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We have well established relationships with the major ferry operators too. So we’re well placed to secure really competitive rates for our customers – whichever way you want to travel.
How to get the lowest prices
If you’re looking to keep costs down, check for hotels with special offers, e.g. free nights, but ensure your arrival day applies. Try to avoid Eurotunnel or Ferry travel before 2pm from the UK and if you can, return before 1pm from the continent. If travelling with Eurostar, be aware that ticket prices can rise as trains fill, so book as early as possible and if you can be flexible with journey times that can help us find you better value seats.
Brussels – Contemporary & Historical Metropolis Brussels is a city packed with contrasts, its character shaped by the influences of both Flemish and French culture, and whether travelling by Eurostar or Eurotunnel you will enjoy this excellent short break destination with its distinctly cosmopolitan feel. read more
Getting there.... Travelling by Eurostar to Brussels makes sense – trains take just under 2 hours from London. If you’re crossing with Eurotunnel then reckon on a 3 hour drive from Calais, and for the cheapest option take the ferry to Calais or for a shorter drive take Norfolkline to Dunkerque. Getting around.... There’s an extensive network of public transport here and many visitors report that it’s much easier not to use the car, so whether its metro, bus, tram, bicycle or good old shank’s pony there are plenty of options – we would recommend that you walk as much as you are able to fully appreciate the flavour of Brussels with its delightful medieval streets with ornate buildings and impressive monuments, vibrant squares, stunning boulevards, spacious parks, and an energetic cultural life. This popular city destination is not only at the heart of Europe but has been called the capital of gastronomy. The art of good eating seems part of the fabric of this city renowned for its delicious fare and there are plenty of options with cafés, taverns, wine bars and chic restaurants on offer. So grab a chair and join the laid back locals soaking up the casual atmosphere, this is a multicultural fusion that belies any Eurocratic image – in a world where so little seems undiscovered, you may just find a city break in Belgium’s capital to be a surprising revelation!hide extra info