A LOT Polish Airlines ticket will let you relax on board our planes, read up-to-the-minute newspapers and enjoy our delicious LOT Gourmet meals. Throughout the flight, you will be looked after by our qualified crew – Business Traveller has awarded us the title of Best Airline in Central and Eastern Europe for the sixteenth time.
Nothing can get you as close to Brussels' tourist attractions as a LOT Polish Airlines ticket. LOT Polish Airlines offers direct flights from Warsaw Chopin Airport (WAW) to Brussels Airport (BRU) every day at 7:20, 16:25 and 19:50.
LOT Polish Airlines offers innovative solutions for those passengers who expect more. Don't want to wait to reclaim your baggage? Reclaim it without waiting in lines. Use the Priority Baggage Reclaim option. Would you like to be the first one to be served when it comes to airport procedures? Use the Quick Passage option. Do you have any preferences regarding the part of the cabin you would like to sit in? Our offer includes the My Favourite Seat option.
Brussels is the capital city of the Kingdom of Belgium and the heart of contemporary Europe. It is here that NATO has its headquarters, and so do the most important institutions of the European Union - the European Parliament, the Committee of Regions, or the Council of the European Union. It is inhabited by more than a million people.
However, a huge role Brussels plays in the EU is not the only reason to visit the city. Brussels is also an important cultural, scientific, and commercial centre. There are many tourist attractions in the Belgian capital - to name but a few: Manneken Pis, Grand Place, Atomium, or Musée Horta.
For Europeans, Brussels is also the capital of comic books, chocolate, beer, lace, and fries. The Belgian Comic Strip Centre, together with the municipal authorities, has found an unorthodox way to encourage artists to adorn the urban space - thus more than 50 murals, depicting the most recognizable comic book characters, have been created all over Brussels. One of them is Tintin - a character conceived by Belgium’s native Georges Remi. The comic book series about his adventures has been translated into more than 50 languages.
One of the most popular souvenirs from Brussels are lace wares - they are made from white linen threads. They have been made here since the renaissance.