|1 Pair of Jeans||$99.37|
|Mid range bottle of wine||$8.14|
|Cinema, international release, 1 seat||$12.20|
|Monthly Pass (local transport)||$63.05|
|Apartment (1 bedroom) in city centre||$905.02|
|Pack of cigarettes||$7.05|
Halle is a Belgian city and municipality in Halle-Vilvoorde belonging to Flemish Brabant province. It is situated on the Brussels-Charleroi Canal. The Brussels Airport is the nearest airport, about 40 km from here. A visit to some of the outstanding buildings here is worth booking cheap flights to Halle for in order to enjoy a joyous weekend.
Sint-Martinus Basiliek, also referred to as the Gothic Church of Our Lady, is really a basilica in characteristic High Gothic style. This pilgrimage site was extremely popular and frequented regularly by tourists since 14th-15th century. The church treasures the renowned painting of the Holy Virgin or the Black Madonna. The previous City Hall is situated in the heart of the main market square, popularly called the Grote Markt, and dates back to the Renaissance era. The College of Jesuits in the past, is presently being used as a dance and music academy and also as a museum of South-West Brabant.
You should book cheap flights to Halle and come here sometime between end-April to early-May if you do not wish to miss one of the most breathtaking sights you can ever imagine. Halle’s wood (Hallerbos) is the most popular tourist destination as in some parts of the forest, the wild bluebell hyacinths can be seen in full bloom. The extensive fields covered with these eye-catching flowers present one of the most splendid spectacles. You may visit this place as you could get free access and you would not wish to miss the most amazing and spectacular natural view.
You could visit nearby tourist hotspots like International Rose Garden of Coloma. It is a paradise on Earth with more than 3000 varieties and 30,000 bushes of roses. This colorful garden flaunts more than 200,000 roses in full bloom all year round. Come and stay in one of the fine hotels in Halle if you wish to catch a glimpse of this nearby rose garden, which is easily the largest in Europe.
Tourists love to visit the Halle Carnival that is organized during Lent for three days. This is a truly colorful affair with various floats, lively dances and mind-blowing costumes. This event goes back to 1905 and is one of the biggest Belgian carnivals.