Brussels is a magnificent country to visit, as it has many monuments and buildings that will leave you speechless due to their beauty, but it is also a place where you can meet nice people, very nice, with whom you can share one of their typical dishes or talk to them in their streets. For all this and much more you need to know the  essential phrases to travel to Brussels , for this reason we have made an exclusive list for you, which you can print and take with you on your trip to have everything under control.

Short phrases to travel to Brussels

  • What’s your name? – Comment vous appelez-vous?
  • Where is the bathroom? – Ou sont les toilettes?
  • Speak Spanish? – Parlez-vous espagnol?
  • Please speak more slowly. – Parlez plus lensmente, s’il vous plait.
  • Can I ask you a question? – Une question, s’il vous plait?
  • I need your help. – Aidez-moi, s’il vous plait!
  • I’m sick. – Je suis malade.
  • Can I use your phone? – Je peux utiliser votre telephone?
  • Where does this train/bus go? – Ou va ce train/bus?
  • When does the train leave for …? – What part of the train/bus pour …?

Essential phrases to travel to Brussels

  • Take me there please. – Amenez-moi la, je vous prie.
  • Do you have rooms available? – Avez-vous des chambres libre?
  • How much does a room cost for one person? – Do they combine a room for a person?
  • Can you suggest another hotel? – Pouvez-vous me suggest an autre hotel?
  • What time is breakfast? – A quelle heure est le petit-dejeuner.
  • Where is …? – Ou se trouve…?
  • Can you show me on the map? – Pouvez-vous me montrer sur la carte?
  • A table for one please. – Une table pour une personne, je vous prie.
  • May I see the menu please? – Puis-je voir la carte?
  • Is there a house specialty? – What is the specialty of the house?

Useful essential phrases to travel to Brussels

  • Give me a glass of…? – Puis-je avoir un verre de…?
  • Please remove the plates. – Can you debarrasser the table?
  • Where is the nearest bank? – Ou est la banque la plus proche?
  • What time is it? – Quelle heure est-il?
  • What time does it start? – A quelle heure est-ce que ca commence?
  • Where is the city center? – Ou se trouve le centre-ville?
  • A ticket to… please. – A billet pour…, s’il vous plait.
  • Stop here, please. – Arretez ici, s’il vous plait.
  • May I see the room? – Puis-je voir la chambre?
  • I can pay with credit card? – Est-ce que je peux payer avec ma carte de credit?

Phrases for your trip to Brussels

  • Do you have air-conditioned room? – Avez-vous une chambre avec la clima?
  • Could you give me your phone number or your e-mail? – Pourrais-do you give me a telephone number/an email?
  • I am delighted to meet you. – Je suis enchante de faire votre connaissance.
  • Could you help me…? – Pourriez-vous m’aider a…?
  • I would like to go to the theater. – J’aimerais aller au theater.
  • Can I ask you a question? – Je peux vous poser une question?
  • Where is the supermarket? – Ou se trouve le supermarche?
  • Where is the nearest train station? – Ou se found la gare la plus proche?
  • What restaurant do you recommend in this area? – What restaurant do you recommend me dans les alentours?
  • Where are the services? – Ou se trouvent les toilettes?

Phrases to travel to Brussels and not feel lost

Visiting an unknown country is something incredible, and more so if you have someone to tell you what to see in Brussels, for example. If you go accompanied, you can make the person who goes with you learn half of this list of useful phrases, as well as surprise him with your good pronunciation or knowledge of the language used in this country, making him have a sensational vacation and not let him down One of the ideas that we advise you is that you can write them down in notes or even in images like the ones we offer you in this section so that you can copy them and have them on your mobile or on your computer.