Things to see and do - Zaventem
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Zaventem Travel guide
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Zaventem is known most of all for its airport. Created in 1958 and extended recently, it is the largest in Belgium.
Tourist attractions Zaventem : Things to see and do
N262 B - 1930 Zaventem
This Gothic church has Romanesque roots and was enlarged in the 16C, 17C and 19C. It houses an interesting painting, St Martin Sharing His Coat by A. Van Dyck who is said to have stayed here.
Excelsiorlaan 2 B - 1930 Zaventem
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Campanile Hotel & Restaurant Brussels Airport Zaventem benefits from a convenient location within 4 km from Brussels International Airport and Train Station. This hotel offers soundproofed rooms, a restaurant and a bar, as well as a garden with a ter..
Culliganlaan 4b B - 1831 Diegem
This design hotel with a garden terrace is only 3 km from Brussels Airport and 15 minutes’ drive from the city centre. Van der Valk includes a fitness centre, free WiFi and modern soundproof rooms with a free minibar. Flat-screen cable TV, a work de..
Da Vincilaan 4 B - 1831 Zaventem
Soundproof rooms, free wellness facilities and an à la carte restaurant with a cocktail lounge are offered at Crowne Plaza Brussels Airport. This hotel is located 3 km from Brussels International Airport and benefits from a terrace with pond views an..
Kouterweg 2 B - 1930 Zaventem
This modern brasserie occupies an attractive manor house in a public park with a lake. Find an uncluttered, stylish decor, an orangerie, reception rooms and play area. A good value for money menu.
Heldenplein 16 B - 1930 Zaventem
The strapline of this restaurant is 'simply meat', where it uses only the very best quality and ensures that each carcass is aged until it reaches perfect maturity. All is served with handcut chips that are fried in beef fat, along with equally authe..
H. Henneaulaan 164 B - 1930 Zaventem
This 13C watermill is now home to a restaurant on the ground floor and to a banquet hall upstairs. The decor sports a compromise between old and new, while the cuisine is firmly rooted in classical traditions.
Hypodroomlaan 141 B - 1933 Sterrebeek
Good modern menus offered in a simple and bright setting (floorboards, light wood tables, lime-washed chairs) or on the green terrace. Dining room for group meals on the first floor.
Steenokkerzeelstraat 151 B - 1930 Zaventem
A delightful local restaurant whose Italian repertory is prepared according to time honoured traditions. Sample the house speciality, osso bucco, which is mouthwateringly tender and flavoursome. As you dig in, the chef may even stop by your table for..
Leuvensesteenweg 614 B - 1930 Nossegem
A modern take on good old brasserie cooking, served in an inviting setting: terracotta and chocolate tones, banquettes with fake crocodile-skin upholstery, and designer lighting. Pretty terrace surrounded by greenery.