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Whatever the time of year, a motorhome rental in Brussels remains very attractive. In this cosmopolitan city, there is always plenty to do. As a symbol of a people who love to party, beer is a perfect accompaniment to Belgian evenings. So weekends are always very festive. In fact, the party is at its peak during the 5-day Brussels Summer Festival.
But Brussels holds many hidden treasures. Effectively, it is one big open-air cultural center. The city is rich in history. The Manneken Pis, the Atomium, and even the Brussels City Hall pride themselves as important landmarks of the city.
Situated as the border between the Latin and Nordic countries, Brussels is a real European crossroads. While the E40 European road offers real access from the west and east, the E19 European road offers a direct connection to cities in the south and north. In addition, Brussels airport is located only twelve kilometers to the northeast of the city. Ryanair, KLM, EasyJet, or even Lufthansa are all companies that offer flights to Belgium. Brussels North station offers direct access to the city center. Moreover, the railway lines offer multiple connections with neighboring European cities.
As well as the Ecuyer-Brussels inter parking system, which allows parking in the heart of the city for £15.50/€18 per day, there are numerous underground car parks. The Albertine-Square inter parking facility offers another possibility for parking at a rate of £19/€22 per day. On the outskirts of the city, many P+R (Park and Ride) car parks offer parking for an RV rental in Brussels without height restrictions for £2.50/€3/day, provided you have a public transport ticket. These are what the city calls "deterrent" car parks. The P+R Craheim and P+R Ceria offer these advantageous options.
As the Belgian capital is very attractive all year round, it is best to book a campsite for overnight stays in a motorhome.
Brussels is one of the wettest capitals in Europe. The 100 kilometers or so of land that separates the city from the coast are not enough to stop the rainfall coming in from the northwest. It is therefore advisable to always bring a raincoat with you when visiting the city.
The Belgian capital has a rather low average amount of sunshine. This explains the average temperature of 18°C during the summer period. Despite the fact that August is the driest month of the year, it still rains twelve days on average. March holds the position as the wettest month of the year; February, with average temperatures that can drop to zero, is the coldest month of the year. It is not surprising to see some snowy periods during this time. However, the people of Brussels do not stop living. Despite the fickle weather, the Belgian city remains very lively and dynamic.
Because the rain never stays away for very long, the weather is not a reliable factor to rely on when visiting the capital. However, a campervan rental in Brussels is more enjoyable in August. Most people leave the city for the seaside resorts during this period. This means that there are fewer crowds and the traffic flows more smoothly. Moreover, it is during this period that rainfall is the least frequent. However, festival-goers will appreciate the month of July more. Tomorrowland, Europe's largest festival, attracts millions of revelers from all over the world every year. The festivities take place only 30 km from the center of Brussels.