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Route Summary - Paris to Brussels
 
 

Paris to Brussels Intercity Route

Known to be the most romantic city in the world, a place like Paris needs no introduction. The capital of the country is one of the most significant European city and is considered to be the centre of art, culture, history and cuisine. With the views of the Eiffel Tower and the tradition of Notre Dame Cathedral, the city is bound to dazzle its visitors beyond their expectations. The city has no bounds and makes a great destination for every sort of traveller out there, while you enjoy a romantic walk with your partner around the city, your little ones can have quality time in Disneyland. Seine river is still seen to be the most preferred place to enjoy some time alone, soaking in peace and tranquillity. Taxi hire from Paris to Brussels is the best option if you want to take a taste of two of the most astonishing capital cities in Europe. 

Brussels is the capital of Belgium and a paradise for all the food fanatics out there, known for its chocolates, fries and beers, the city is known to spoil its visitors by pampering them with the best dishes ever. The historic centre of the city is filled with ethereal sights that have been glorifying the country all around the world but the food is what catches the attention of the travellers. 

Visiting Brussels, when visiting the city of Belgium, will be one of the wisest decisions that you will have ever made in your life! If the tourists and travellers do decide to travel to Brussels from Paris, what they will cherish the most is a road-trip from the latter to the former! With scenic beauty, delectable food, and the rare smell of the countryside, the route from Paris to Brussels is sure to rejuvenate the travel bugs and introduce them to their real beautiful identities.

Taxi

If the tourists and travellers do decide to travel from Paris to Brussels by road, they can hire long-distance cars from Paris to Brussels from Rydeu. Rydeu offers the tourists and travellers to book intercity taxis from Paris to Brussels. Rydeu's taxi-booking services come with no hidden costs and 24*7 customer support. Moreover, Paris Brussels taxi hire with Rydeu entails the liberty of choosing from a plethora of amazing offers by Rydeu and its suppliers and the luxury of deciding on one of the rides from a myriad of budget-friendly and luxurious rides.

 

Distance between Paris and Brussels - 320 kms

Journey time - 3 hr, 30 min

 
PARIS

Known to be a paradise on the earth, Paris is the most populated and the capital city of France. Seen to host approximately 18 percent of the entire population in France, this city is noted to be the second most expensive city in the world after Singapore.

Paris is known for its charming nature amongst the visitors, with a power to please the wide range of audience, one can never fall short of places to explore in the city. Paris is now declared to be a World Heritage Site due to its ethereal beauty and jaw-dropping sightseeing places like the gothic chapel of Sainte-Chapelle and the Eiffel Tower. The city also features some of the best vineyards in the country so all the wine lovers out there can prepare their taste buds to receive elixir in the form of the purest wine that the world offers.



 
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BRUSSELS

Referred to as The Capital of Europe due to the presence of the headquarters of the European Union and NATO, Brussels offers an administerial as well as a cultural ambience. An ultimate European metropolis with a vibrant blend of languages and culture, the city also offers a wonderful mosaic of restaurants and clubs.

A gastronomical heaven, food and drinks here in the city are always different. Scrumptious frites have to be double fried and the classic waffle is topped with a snowfall of icing sugar. Don’t forget to try Brussels’ own biscuit: the shortcrust cinnamon speculoos. Popular for its wonderful half-en-half, a heady mix of white wine and champagne, visitors flock from all over the world to try out the city’s delicious concoctions.