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Travelling to Brussels after the terrorist attacks | Information


After the cowardly attacks that took place on 22 March 2016 Brussels and its inhabitants are living life as normal once again, and life is more Belgian than ever!

Shops and museums have re-opened their doors.


Public transport has, to a large extent, resumed normal service, but with some changes.

Flights have also begun to fly in and out of Brussels Airport once again.


The Belgian government remains vigilant, increasing security measures (website in French, Dutch and German) and maintaining the terror threat level at level 3 throughout the country.


If you are planning to travel to Brussels you will find all the necessary information by following this link.

 

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