Introducing Brussels

From the finest chocolatiers to old world beer halls, everything that Brussels is famous for is made for pleasure-seekers. If you love to indulge, Belgium’s beautiful capital of Brussels is the ideal place to be and whether it’s inventive gastronomy or street food from the market, historical statues or contemporary art, designer shopping at Boulevard de Waterloo or vintage bargains at Jeu de Balle, there’s something indulgent for everyone. This fantastic city is a great place to eat and drink, it’s a fun-filled place for the whole family, and it offers an endless list of sights to tick off your bucket list.

Highlights of Brussels

Grand Place
The Grote Markt (Grand Place) is the city’s central square.
A miniature park located in Bruparck, suitable for all ages.
Manneken Pis
The famous statue of Manneken Pis; a bronze statue of a boy dating back to the 17th Century.
An uber-contemporary building in Brussels, originally designed for Expo 58.
A stunning urban park covering 30 hectares in the city’s European Quarter.
Royal Museums of Fine Arts
The Royal Museums of Fine Arts consists of a group of museums and galleries in the city.
Visit the wonderful neighbourhood of Sablon for its churches, cathedrals and fantastic shopping streets.
Boulevard de Waterloo
Go shopping at the famous Boulevard de Waterloo, a beautiful area lined with high end designer shops.
Horta Museum
This is an interesting museum dedicated to work of Art Nouveau architect Victor Horta.

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