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There is no need for a live data connection while using this app, as everything is stored on your phone, after you do an initial update. This means you won’t be charged for expensive data roaming, and the app is super fast to use. You can update user reviews periodically when you are on WiFi.
RESTAURANTS, ATTRACTIONS, HOTELS
All places that are listed on TripAdvisor.com in this city are included in the app.
THOUSANDS OF USER REVIEWS
TripAdvisor’s community of millions of worldwide travelers ensures that content is fresh, plentiful and honest. With over 50 million reviews and thousands more added daily, City Guides offer the best and most recent content.
TripAdvisor members and destination experts have handpicked the best itineraries in the city for you, enabling you to explore interesting neighborhoods, famous landmarks and hidden gems. Using the phone's GPS, you can follow along and read about the interesting sights along the route.
CREATE YOUR OWN TRIP JOURNAL
Want to remember the places you visit? It is now easy to do this with TripAdvisor City Guides. Simply Check In, take a photo and add a note for each location, and your journal and travel album will be created for you automatically. You can share it with friends and family on Facebook, or just use it to remember your trip. And, you can even Check In while you are offline and share later when you are online.
POWERFUL YET EASY TO USE
Searching for pizza around Times Square? Coffee near the Eiffel Tower? Or do you just want to find a highly recommended place near you? With this app you can easily search any way you want, and find exactly what’s best for you and your travel companions.
POINT ME THERE
Once you have selected a restaurant or attraction, this app will guide you there using the fun & useful “Point Me There” screen, which uses the phone’s GPS and Compass.
Written by TripAdvisor members and edited by professionals, City Facts articles provide helpful information for when you plan your trip, such as when to go, how to get around in the city, what neighborhoods to visit, etc.
This app leverages the GPS in the phone to show you the best restaurant, attractions etc nearby. The app also uses the compass to guide you to a place once you selected it
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✓ Find nearby attractions on an interactive map
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✓ Add custom places to save locations important to you and easily find them again
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This is the most complete app you want when it comes to information about Brussels attractions.
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Brussels (French: Bruxelles, [bʁysɛl] ( listen); Dutch: Brussel, [ˈbrʏsəɫ] ( listen)), officially the Brussels-Capital Region (French: Région de Bruxelles-Capitale, Dutch: Brussels Hoofdstedelijk Gewest), is the capital of Belgium and de facto the capital of the European Union (EU).
Find out the secrets about Brussels! Download and get this app to have these exclusive features!
- A continuous, up-to-date daily stream of news and information about Brussels food.
- Read an watch exclusive Brussels landmarks articles, images, audio and videos.
- The latest Brussels products and deals!
- Read the latest articles and feedback on Brussels.
- Beat all your friends with Brussels best deals.
- Share Brussels news, photos, events, and other news through Twitter, Facebook and e-mail.
* All trademarks and copyrights are owned by their respective owners.
* This Brussels app will add a new icon onto your home screen that links to a mobile web page which helps fund and promote the development of this Brussels app. If you do not want to use this amazing resource, you can either ignore it or delete it. If you do use it, we greatly appreciate your support.
Discover and download this free Brussels app now!
Browse the shopping or food and drinks sections for special discounts. Find the cheapest parking rate with our ultra handy parking widget or map out your public transport itinerary from your front door to the gate.
In a nutshell: the tool you need when travelling to and from Brussels Airport.
This is the mappa map for Brussels (French: Bruxelles, Dutch: Brussel) the capital city of Belgium and of Brussels Capital Region.
Included in the offline mappa map for Brussels: Bruxelles/Brussel; Marolles/Marollen; Brussels/Ixelles-Elsene; Molenbeek|Molenbeek (Molenbeek-St-Jean or Sint-Jans-Molenbeek); Saint-Gilles/Sint-Gillis; St-Josse/Sint-Joost; Uccle/Ukkel and Woluwé-Saint-Pierre/Sint-Pieters-Woluwe and Woluwé-Saint-Lambert/Sint-Lambrechts-Woluwe.
Top 5 reasons to get your offline mappa map for Brussels:
1. SIMPLE - No geeky features. It’s a map!
2. ENTIRE LOCATION AVAILABLE OFFLINE - download the entire city and POI database to your phone and travel without an Internet connection. You won’t get any nasty roaming charges. Your map will work anywhere.
3. VECTOR DATA - means that you get maximum detail, maximum zoom and maximum coverage with a tiny map file that takes moments to download and uses hardly any space on your phone.
4. POINT OF INTEREST DATABASE BUILT-IN - Search a dozen categories including, restaurants, bars and hotels, also handy places such as hospitals, taxi ranks and public transport stops. We’ve also included a fuzzy partial search for POI and street names to make it fast and easy.
5. EXCELLENT COVERAGE - Maps are the very latest OpenStreetMap with superb coverage and detail. And you will get free updates to the app and map forever as long as we add new versions.
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Brussels Airport (BRU) is the largest airport in Belgium. In 2005 it was recognized as the Best Airport in Europe by Airports Council International based on passenger ratings. This app provides complete information for Brussels Airport including parking, food and restaurants, terminal maps, Arrival and Departure boards, directions to and from the airport and more.
No other app provides as much information--useful information you need.
Airport lets you know if your flights delayed or cancelled and gives you the tools needed to quickly find an alternate flight and rebook all in one place.
Check-in, flight status, baggage, seats, for your flight all at your fingertips.
In addition, you can access information on virtually every airport you fly to from Brussels. We include Brussels South Charleroi, Frankfurt, Munich, Hannover, Hamburg, Amsterdam and all the small and medium airports of the world.
Features of the Brussels Travel Guide by Triposo:
* Complete background information
* A detailed sights section
* Eating out section with the best restaurants
* Bars, pubs & nightlife section
* Mini guides for nearby cities
* An offline map
About our guide
We make great, interactive travel guides.
To make our guides we use the content that is freely available. Open content sites like Wikitravel, Wikipedia, World66 and Openstreetmap are among the best resources for any traveler. Our mission is to make that content relevant for you. So we mix and mash and annotate - and we distill great, relevant travel guides out of it.
We like open content. In fact some of us were involved in World66, one of the first open content travel guides on the web. Triposo's travel guides are very much a re-mix of open content out there.
Currently we're using content from: Wikipedia, Wikitravel, World66, Open Streetmaps, DMOZ and Chefmoz
We're big fans of these projects. If you stumble across some inaccurate information in this guide, we would appreciate
it if you correct it on the web site of these projects.
Written, designed, and developed entirely by students at Let’s Go, the world’s leader in student travel
***For a full Let’s Go Brussels guide with complete Let’s Go listings and mobile guide features, download the Let’s Go mobile app (coming soon!)***
-Five day-long itineraries to choose from, each inspired by a different witty and irreverent travel theme
-Five to six diverse listings in each itinerary, ranging from restaurants to nightlife to cultural attractions
-Each listing has offline walking directions, hours, prices, and honest reviews by Let’s Go’s student researchers
-Maps and GPS tracking (and offline walking directions for those times when WiFi is absent)
-Breathtaking photos to inspire your adventure
-Ability to share your favorite places to Facebook and Twitter
LET’S GO EXPLORE BRUSSELS
Not every city in Europe is home to the world’s best beer, chocolate, waffles, and fries. For this killer culinary combination, you need to come to Brussels. Brussels boasts an endearingly odd local culture and an increasingly relevant political scene. Check out Brussels’s quirkiest locales, like the Musée du Jouet, a toy museum where you’ll find your inner child. Also on the must-see list is the beautiful Palace of the Nation in Parc de Bruxelles.
Check out all 25 of the Let’s Go Explore apps for your next day trip—but for now, Let’s Go Explore Brussels!
• News: the latest news of the City of Brussels
• Agenda: activities and events organized or supported by the City of Brussels today or later (with search engine)
• Mobility: link to the sites of the public transport companies and the bike rental of Villo!
• Administration: address and other information of the offices, departments and services of the administration and the computer kiosks of Administratel (public Internet access)
• Political life: address and phone numbers of the Board of Mayor and Aldermen
• Emergency and guard duties: phone numbers of the emergency services and guard duties
This application contains maps (with map and satellite view) of places such as: youth hostels, tourist services, dog toilets, police stations, ATMs, parks, the comic book route, parking spaces for disabled, public parkings, public toilets and urinals, Villo! stations
The application gives access to the images of the 3 webcams (Grand-Place of Brussels, Atomium, Place de Brouckère).
It also contains links to the social networks on which the City of Brussels is active (Facebook, Twitter).
Locate amenities without swiping or searching:
With standard mapping Apps, amenities are not usually shown, not searchable, or visible only when you zoom in. So, you end up swiping left and right or up and down randomly, attempting to find the nearest public toilets for example. With this App all amenities are clearly marked and visible at all zoom levels.
Find available amenities before you go:
Not in Brussels yet? The App automatically switches to simulation mode. 'Fly' to any place on the map like Superman and discover the available amenities before you go there!
Use the map and keep your privacy:
This App does not require any internet connection so you don't need 3G or Wi-Fi to use the offline map. And more importantly your location is not tracked and stored on some company's computer.
The Brussels Métro started as a pré-métro system which could be compared to German Stadtbahn systems (Cologne, Stuttgart, Essen, Hannover, etc.) with important sections of underground tunnels used by various tram routes. In 1969, the first tram tunnel along today's line 1 was opened between Schuman and De Brouckère, and in 1970 today's line 2 between Madou and Porte de Namur. Today lines 1, 2, 5 and 6 are operated as full metro lines, whereas the north-south city tunnel and the outer ring tunnel in the east are still used by trams stopping at low-level platforms.
In Sept. 2003, a 2.7 km extension of Line 1B from Bizet to Erasme Hospital opened with 4 new stations: La Roue/Het Rad, CERIA/COOVI, Eddy Merckx and Erasme/Erasmus. The last 800 m and Erasme/Erasmus station are on the surface. All stations have an island platform which is directly accessible from street level without a mezzanine.
On 4 April 2009, the ring line was finally completed with the opening of the section between Delacroix and Gare de l'Ouest (Weststation). At the same time the existing network was re-arranged, introducing lines 5 and 6:
Line 1: Gare de l'Ouest - Stockel
Line 2: Simonis (Elisabeth) (low level) - Simonis (Leopold II) (high level): actually only reinforcing line 6
Line 5: Erasme - Herrmann-Debroux
Line 6: Roi Baudouin - Simonis (Leopold II) (high level) - Gare de l'Ouest - Gare du Midi - Simonis (Elisabeth) (low level)
The Brussels Metro is operated by STIB/MIVB (Societé des Transports Intercommunaux de Bruxelles) also responsible for a tram network 133 km long (12 km of which are in tunnels).
Line 1/5 began as a full metro line in 1976 and grew steadily at both ends with two branches on each side. Until 4 April 2009 it was operated as lines 1A (Herrmann-Debroux - Roi Baudouin) and 1B (Erasme - Stockel), with line 1A trains reversing at Beekkant and continuing on the left side towards Roi Baudouin.
20 Sep 1976: De Broukère - Beaulieu and Tomberg
13 Apr 1977: De Broukère - Sainte-Catherine
17 Jun 1977: Beaulieu - Demey
08 May 1981: Sainte-Catherine - Beekkant
07 May 1982: Tomberg - Alma
06 Oct 1982: Beekkant - Saint-Guidon and Beekkant - Bockstael
23 Mar 1985: Demey - Herrmann Debroux
10 May 1985: Bockstael - Heysel
05 Jul 1985: Saint-Guidon - Veeweyde
31 Aug 1988: Alma - Stockel
10 Jan 1992: Veeweyde - Bizet
25 Aug 1998: Heysel station put underground and line 1A extended to Roi Baudouin
15 Sep 2003: Bizet - Erasme
Line 2/6 grew along the inner ring road as a pré-métro line until 1988, when it was eventually adapted for full metro operation (until 4/4/2009 line 2). Line 2/6 is operated on the left side between Clemenceau and Roi Baudouin.
02 Oct 1988: Simonis - Gare du Midi
18 Jun 1993: Gare du Midi - Clemenceau
04 Sept 2006: Clemenceau - Delacroix
04 April 2009: Delacroix - Gare de l'Ouest - Beekkant - (Roi Baudouin)
The North-South Prémétro (shown as Line 3 on older maps) went underground in 1976 between Gare du Nord and Lemonnier; extended further to Albert in Dec. 1993 and now operated as a tram tunnel shared by line 3 and 4, and partly by line 55. Other lines use a short section of the tunnel near Lemonnier.
The Outer Ringroad Prémétro Line (on older maps Line 5), which crosses line 1 at Montgomery, was opened between 1972 (Diamant) and 1975. It is served by lines 7 (ex 23 & 24) and 25.
Brussels Smart Guide is a mobile app for residents and travelers, that helps to find nearby attractions, restaurants, pharmacies or shops.
Guide contains information about all main tourist attractions in Brussel:
- Royal Museums of Fine Arts of Belgium
- Belgian Comic Strip Center
- Manneken Pis
- Grand Place
- Cantillon Brewery
- Museum of Ancient Art
- BELvue Museum
- Brussels City Museum
Complete information about nearby places (adress with map, users rating, route, website, phone number)
Some of supported types:
Restaurant / Bar / Night club / Lodging / Hotel / Museum / Pharmacy / ATM / Bank / Gas station / Car Repair / Police / Post Office / Shops / Hair Care / Parkings / Hospitals
Event manager with with full information (adress, data, frscription) about the events in Brussel linke: concerts, events, performance
14 days, detailed weather forecast for Brussel
Interactive map of the cities and places with geolocation (GPS) and compass
Brussels (French: Bruxelles, [bʁysɛl]; Dutch: Brussel, [ˈbrʏsəɫ]), officially the Brussels Region or Brussels-Capital Region (French: Région de Bruxelles-Capitale, Dutch: Brussels Hoofdstedelijk Gewest), is the capital of Belgium and the de facto capital of the European Union (EU). It is also the largest urban area in Belgium, comprising 19 municipalities, including the municipality of the City of Brussels, which is the de jure capital of Belgium, in addition to the seat of the French Community of Belgium and of the Flemish Community.
Brussels has grown from a 10th-century fortress town founded by a descendant of Charlemagne to a sizeable city. The city has a population of 1.2 million and a metropolitan area with a population of over 1.8 million, both of them the largest in Belgium. Since the end of the Second World War, Brussels has been a principal centre for international politics. Hosting principal EU institutions and the headquarters of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), the city has become the polyglot home of numerous international organisations, politicians, diplomats and civil servants.
*This free trial version gives you 5 Brussels insider tips. Upgrade to the full version (Euro 3.99) from within the app*
Our city guides are different:
✓ Written by Brussels locals, selected by us
✓ Insider tips, not "highlights"
✓ Articles are always up-to-date and up-to-season
✓ 100% offline - no Internet required
"A useful series of [...] locally written travel guides with reviews of hangouts and events.” - NY Times, 2012
✓ Frequent updates - always up-to-date & up-to-season
✓ Detailed offline full city maps
✓ Find spots around you (GPS)
✓ Save your favorite Brussels spots
"Authentically local, on-the-ground advice...” - The Guardian, 2011
Check out http://www.spottedbylocals.com/brussels/ to see a full list of tips included in the full version.
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