BRU

Brussels Airport Terminal

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Restaurants

On Pier A of Departures you'll find around a dozen cafés, bars and restaurants, with choices including classic Belgian dishes, vitamin smoothies, burgers and seafood. Pier B has just half a dozen cafés and snack stops, as well as a bar-bistro. Child-friendly menus are on offer at the self-service restaurant Belgorama, Italian restaurant AMO and Belgian restaurant Panos in Pier A, as well as Italian restaurant Sapore, and Panos in the Departures hall. There are a couple of food concessions by the check-in desks and a Belgian bar & brasserie in the main Departures hall.
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Shopping

There are over 20 stores on Pier A and around a dozen on Pier B, all with a focus on luxury shopping including watches, gourmet food and electronics. Pier B has little in the way of fashion retail, with just one Huge Boss outlet, whereas Pier A has 7 dedicated designer brand and sportswear stores. Gift Box sells toys and books on both piers if you need something to entertain the kids. The airport's a little pricey but if you haven't had time to shop in the city, this is your last opportunity to pick up real Belgian chocolate and Antwerp-cut diamonds.
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Facilities

  • ATMs
  • Baby care facilities
  • Baggage storage (after Security)
  • Children's play area
  • Currency exchange
  • DHL delivery desk
  • Pharmacy
  • Photo booth
  • Prayer rooms
  • Smoking rooms (Pier B near Gate 17 all day; Pier A near Gate 63 - after 2pm only)
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Accessibility

  • Disabled parking
  • Help points
  • Free assistance for travelers with reduced mobility
  • Wheelchairs available on request
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Restaurants

There are a couple of options for refreshments in the Arrivals hall, including a sit-down coffee bar serving sandwiches and bakery goods, and a burger joint. You can get your first taste of Belgian waffles at the Hi! Brussels bar, 24 hours a day.
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Shopping

The supermarket on the Arrivals floor is a handy place to pick up groceries and household essentials. There's a convenience store, as well as a place to buy local SIM cards and other mobile accessories.
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Facilities

  • ATMs
  • Baby care facilities
  • Currency exchange
  • Information points
  • Photo booth
  • Post office (in the supermarket)
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Accessibility

  • Disabled parking
  • Help points
  • Free assistance for travelers with reduced mobility
  • Wheelchairs available on request

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