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The Nemo 33 in Brussels is the world's deepest swimming pool. With a depth of 35 metres, this is a popular training pool for scuba divers.


Best Time to Visit Brussels

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March to May: This is the best time to visit Brussels as the weather is pleasant and the temperatures range between 8 degrees Celsius to 17 degrees Celsius. This is a great time to go sightseeing around the city as it is not very crowded and also you’re likely to get deals on hotels and flights. If you’re headed to Brussels during this time of the year do make sure you pack light woolens along as the temperatures tend to drop during the night.

June to August: June marks the arrival of summer in Brussels and witnesses the arrival of many tourists. Days are sunny and evenings pleasant and this is a great time to enjoy the sights of the city. The temperature in the city during this time of the year is between 15 to 18 degrees Celsius. Days are bright and sunny and evenings pleasantly cool.

September to October: By October temperatures begin to drop, but the weather is still mild and is a great time to enjoy the city. Autumn in Brussels is a beautiful time of the year and since this is not peak tourist season prices drop and you can secure great deals on hotel prices. Since the temperature begins to drop it is advised to carry light woolens along.

November to February: Winters in Brussels are wet and cold and temperatures can go down to minus 2 degrees Celsius. November marks the beginning of the festive season in Brussels and many tourists come into the city to celebrate Christmas and the New Year. This is a great time to enjoy the festive spirit and parties in the city, but do remember to carry your woolens and an umbrella along.