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Cheap flights from Toronto to Brussels

Lowest fares by month

  • Dec 2019 - Apr 2020

    No flights available from Dec 2019 to Apr 2020

  • Flight from Toronto to Brussels, May 2020 best price: $740, departure on 2020-05-01, return on 2020-05-01. Press enter to book.

  • Flight from Toronto to Brussels, June 2020 best price: $740, departure on 2020-06-01, return on 2020-06-01. Press enter to book.

  • Flight from Toronto to Brussels, July 2020 best price: $990, departure on 2020-07-01, return on 2020-07-01. Press enter to book.

  • Flight from Toronto to Brussels, August 2020 best price: $840, departure on 2020-08-01, return on 2020-08-01. Press enter to book.

  • Flight from Toronto to Brussels, September 2020 best price: $740, departure on 2020-09-01, return on 2020-09-01. Press enter to book.

  • Flight from Toronto to Brussels, October 2020 best price: $740, departure on 2020-10-01, return on 2020-10-01. Press enter to book.

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The best of Brussels


Tourism in Belgium’s irreverent capital

Quirkily contradictory: not what the average tourist might expect of the EU’s capital, until they catch a flight there. As offbeat as it is stuffy, Brussels is a chocolate-dipped enigma in the heart of Belgium, complete with fine food, surrealism and some zany things to do.


Not to be missed

  • The Atomium: This 102-metre model of an iron crystal is Brussels’ most iconic feature. Permanent and temporary exhibits are on display inside five of its nine spheres.

  • The Comic Book Route: A series of 50 murals depicting Belgium’s most famous cartoon characters, like Tintin and Lucky Luke, is an off-the-beaten-path excursion through the centre of the city.

  • Tram Experience: Climb aboard the repurposed trolley and enjoy a three-course meal prepared by Michelin-starred chefs as you wind your way through the city on a two-hour tour.

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