If you're a resident of Los Angeles looking to get away from the repetition of everyday life, then go ahead and book a flight to Brussels, a distinctive city known for its astounding cultural prowess. When you fly from Los Angeles to Brussels, your flight is going to take about twelve hours. To access Los Angeles International Airport (LAX), you can drive yourself or make use of the public bus routes that the airport provides.
Brussels is a city with much to offer to its visitors. Home to over 430 miniature replicas of European monuments, Mini-Europe is always an interesting place to spend some time. You might find interest in the Royal Greenhouses of Laeken, which are a large group of royal greenhouses holding many different types of plant life. Renowned globally for its collection of over 8,000 instruments, Brussels' Musical Instrument museum is an excellent way to pass a day or so. Those with interest in the arts will be pleased to know that Brussels is home to Belgium's Royal Museums of Fine Arts, which holds over 20,000 pieces.
When you fly from Los Angeles to Brussels Airport (BRU), you will see that the city is easy to navigate as the public transport is very extensive. There are buses, trams and cabs for you to access. If you're visiting around early May, make sure you keep an eye out for the Iris Day celebration. Brussels typically has calm weather, with lows of around 36°F in the winter months highs of 64°F in the summer months.
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