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Direct Return Flights to Brussels from Manchester from 30th July for 7 days - £31pp via Skyscanner

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On skyscanner... £31pp to Brussels from Jul 30th, 7 days... direct flights from Manchester Airport... SUMMER HOLIDAYS!
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Charleroi airport is quite a distance from Brussels so you will have to factor in the cost of getting there as well but still a good price
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Cudsy is right; Charleroi is a good distance away and the transfers are not cheap, even by bus. Brussels is worth a visit though!
Eexcellent price but a week is probably too long. Voted hot, the cheapest price I ever found for a short city break were always to Brussels.
common price for this route
Beer and chocolate.. what more do you need..
poshaffi04/07/2019 23:31

Some food?


That's what the beer is for 😁

Ok, maybe so e Belgian fries
Brussels is one of my favourite city break. Sights within walking distance, food and drink - it has it all.
Been a few times at this price.

Like others have said, you will need to add on the 28 euro shuttle bus transfer which takes about 40mins to the centre. They come every 25mins but are often full so be mindful when planning your trip.
Only one reason to visit Brussels...….to do a big in the EU chamber.
winchman04/07/2019 23:32

That's what the beer is for 😁Ok, maybe so e Belgian fries


Fries😋
st8mike05/07/2019 13:17

Only one reason to visit Brussels...….to do a big in the EU c …Only one reason to visit Brussels...….to do a big in the EU chamber.


Yes that’ll help further negotiations
Accommodation is a killer there because of the slime ball gravy train riding European Union MPs, NATO terrorist headquarters etc but can get cheap flights there all the time.
Pezza9005/07/2019 17:16

Yes that’ll help further negotiations



The only negotiation required is to tell them to get stuffed and take their " deal " ( should actually read )( rip us off for as much as they can get ) and put it where the sun don't shine.
st8mike05/07/2019 18:52

The only negotiation required is to tell them to get stuffed and take …The only negotiation required is to tell them to get stuffed and take their " deal " ( should actually read )( rip us off for as much as they can get ) and put it where the sun don't shine.


We've been giving Brussels (Poland and Spain mostly) £10,500 million pounds net EVERY year (according to the Boris Johnson court case) that's ten thousand and five hundred million pounds and they want £40,000 million more to "leave" the parasitic Brussels dictatorship. I can't believe it!
st8mike05/07/2019 18:52

The only negotiation required is to tell them to get stuffed and take …The only negotiation required is to tell them to get stuffed and take their " deal " ( should actually read )( rip us off for as much as they can get ) and put it where the sun don't shine.

But it’s what we owe them for projects and funding pots we’ve committed to.

You can’t just walk away from something your contracted to, in any walk of life.

They also need to prepare for the hole we leave behind.

We are essentially guinea pigs in all this.

And let’s not forget one of the reasons why the EU was assembled.. to ensure the atrocities of WW2 were never committed by a country again. I’d rather be backed by the majority of a continent if we ever went to war with Russia than I would stand alone and perish being the Tiny island we are.

Guess who provides you with compensation money when you fly to Brussels and your flight gets delayed by 12 hours? The EU. Good luck getting a penny from the Tories for your delayed flights to Europe once we leave.

But besides all that, great deal, heat added.
Edited by: "Pezza90" 6th Jul
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