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These campervans and motorhomes are available at our local depots in Brussels. Find out which fits your road trip best.
Here’s some essential information for campervan travellers in Brussels
Starting your road trip in Brussels? If you’re arriving by aeroplane at Brussels Airport (BRU) , you can either come directly to our depot or book our shuttle service and we pick you up at Brussels Airport and take you to our depot, where we’ll get you familiar with your motorhome. After returning your motorhome at our Brussels depot you can head back on your own or book our shuttle service back to the airport.
While there are no dedicated campervan or motorhome parkings in Brussels, there are several paid open-air car parks near the Heysel Exhibition Centre, Roi Baudouin Stadium, and the Atomium. If you don’t mind walking, you can park for free in suburbs such as Sint-Gillis and enjoy a nice 30-minute stroll to the city centre.
There are several options to spend the night in your campervan near Brussels. You can choose to camp your van on the other side of the Brussels canal, next to the Molenbeek Youth Hostel in Olifantenstraat, in the northern outskirts of the city at Camping Grimbergen (Veldkantstraat 64, Grimbergen 1850) or down south at Beersel Camping (Steenweg op Ukkel 75, 1650 Beersel).
Bubbling beneath an apparently uneventful surface, a trendy, humorous, vibrant, multi-ethnic Brussels invites travellers to revel in diversity and relish unearthly amounts of waffles, fries, chocolates and beer.
Playing the part of both the capital of the European Union and the cradle of a considerable number of quirky comic books, Brussels is as bafflingly contradictory as you would suspect. For many, this laid-back capital city remains elusive and hard to describe. However, don’t confuse the absence of odes sung to Brussels with its lack of personality. If anything, Brussels has too much or, better said, too many personalities. After all, it’s a bilingual city whose mascot is an unabashed boy (Manneken Pis) who cannot hold it in until the closest bathroom. It’s also a city that hosts some of the finest Art Nouveau architecture while simultaneously making it to an incredulous number of “ugliest buildings” lists. But once you leave all misconceptions behind, you’ll discover a hip capital that transforms itself ceaselessly. Brussels is a playground for those who wish to linger in multiculturalism, enjoy a casual effervescence, taste cultural reinvention, and of course, eat unethically huge amounts of waffles, fries, and chocolate, all washed down by an equally gargantuan variety of craft beers. Hire a campervan in Brussels and wander through a tapestry of styles to discover beautiful green scenery, surprising buildings, cool people and everything in between.
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