Brussels in the fall is a magical time to visit. The Belgian capital may be a superb year-round destination, but by the time fall rolls around it takes on a new look and feel that make it what many consider to be the best time to visit Brussels.
By fall, most of the summer tourists have left, the city feels quieter and easier to manage, and there’s an anticipation for the cooler months ahead. There are also several festivals in Brussels you shouldn’t miss, like the Brussels Fall Fair. What’s more, Brussels weather is still manageable over the months of September, October and November, with the true cold temperatures yet to arrive, and all the traditional activities and attractions are still open for business. But if you’re wondering what to do in Brussels in the fall, one of these events and activities should have you covered!