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Radisson Blu EU Hotel, Brussels
Rue d'Idalie 35
1050 Brussels
from 80 €
Hotel Thon EU
Rue de la Loi 71-77
1040 Brussels
8.0 / 10
from 59 €
Vintage Hotel
Rue Dejoncker 45
1060 Brussels
8.5 / 10
from 65 €
Mercure Brussels Airport
74 avenue Jules Bordet
1140 Brussels
7.3 / 10
Eurostars Montgomery Hotel
Avenue de Tervueren 134
1150 Brussels
7.2 / 10
from 79 €
The Dominican Hotel
Rue Leopold 9
1000 Brussels
8.3 / 10
from 130 €
Hotel Erasme
Route de Lennik 790
1070 Brussels
6.1 / 10
from 53 €
Hotel Des Colonies
6-10 Rue des Croisades
1210 Brussels
6.1 / 10
from 65 €
Steigenberger Wiltcher's
Avenue Louise, 71
1050 Brussels
9.0 / 10
from 142 €
Hotel Izan Avenue Louise
4, rue Blanche
1000 Brussels
from 51 €
Adagio Brussels Centre Monnaie
20 Boulevard Anspach
1000 Brussels
8.2 / 10
ibis Styles Brussels Louise
Avenue Louise 212 Bruxelles
1050 Brussels
8.1 / 10
Holiday Inn Brussels-Schuman
Rue Breydel 20
1040 Brussels
7.6 / 10
Hotel Silken Berlaymont Hotel
Boulevard Charlemagne 11-19
1000 Brussels
7.8 / 10
from 56 €
NH Brussels City Centre
17 Chaussee de Charleroi
1060 Brussels
Euro Capital Brussels
Avenue Fonsny 9
1060 Brussels
7.3 / 10
from 59 €
Hotel Auberge du Souverain
Avenue de la Fauconnerie 1
1170 Brussels
5.2 / 10
from 55 €
NH Brussels Stéphanie
32 Rue Jean Stas
1060 Brussels
7.6 / 10
from 56 €
Hotel Pullman Brussels Midi
Place Victor Horta 1
1060 Brussels
8.7 / 10
Radisson Blu Royal Hotel, Brussels
Rue Fosse-aux-Loups 47
1000 Brussels
7.1 / 10
from 102 €
Rue du Marche aux Herbes, Grasmarktstraat 110
1000 Brussels
Hotel Manos Stephanie
28, Chaussee de Charleroi
1060 Brussels
8.1 / 10
from 99 €
Royal Windsor Hotel Grand Place
Rue Duquesnoy, 5
1000 Brussels
7.6 / 10
from 92 €
Hotel Cascade Louise
Berckmansstraat 128
1060 Brussels
from 59 €
Continental Hotel Brussel
Place de la Constitution 18
1060 Brussels
5.7 / 10
from 45 €
Exe Grand Place
159-163 Boulevard Anspach
1000 Brussels
6.6 / 10
from 72 €
Hôtel Midi-Zuid
11, bd Jamar
1060 Brussels
from 51 €
Hotel Auberge Autrichienne
1000 Brussels
4.2 / 10
from 95 €
pentahotel Brussels City Centre
Chaussee De Charleroi 38
1060 Brussels
6.5 / 10
from 77 €
Hotel Brussels The Lounge
Boulevard A. Reyers 136
1030 Brussels
6.2 / 10
from 110 €

Welcome to the Global Capital of Brussels

Brussels is the capital city of Belgium. Brussels is also the royal seat of the Kingdom and it is situated in the Brussels-Capital region. Important tasks are imposed on the city from within the EU and this renders its distinction as a cosmopolitan city, accurate. The European Union has its headquarters in Brussels and also NATO has its seat in Brussels, whereby the city is open for diplomats and politicians. However, we must also not forget that the old town constitutes a UNESCO World Heritage Site and thus it is very interesting for a city trip.

Travel to Brussels

Brussels even has two airports, Brüssel-Zaventem is the largest in the country and it is located approx. 12 km outside the city centre. You can reach the centre by train or bus in 15 minutes. The airport Brüssel Charleroi is situated 45km away.

Travel by car is possible from all directions. Various motorways connect the city with the rest of the country, such as the A 12 which leads to Antwerp, the A 40 and the A 3 lead to Liege via Aachen and Cologne.

City Structure in Brussels

Brussels consists of 7 urban districts. These parts of the city are also called districts in Brussels. The district of Haren is very isolated from the other parts of the city. Various railways lines pass all the way around it. Until 1921, Haren was an independent village and this is still expressed today with their own individual post code. The seat of NATO and Eurocontrol are located in this district.

Laeken is a part of the city that was also incorporated into Brussels in 1921. It is the most northern district of Brussels and it was the venue for the universal exposition on two occasions. Two of the most important tourist attractions can be found in this district, the Royal Palace of Laeken and the Atomium.

Tourist Attractions in the Cosmopolitan City

Brussels historical market place is described time and again as the most beautiful in the world. It belongs to the UNESCO World Heritage Site and it was already the centre of the city in the 11th Century. The Grand-Place displays a diverse variety with its different building designs. The town hall, which is located in the market place, was built in the Gothic style. The construction began in 1401 and the Belfry, which can be seen from afar at 96 meters, was only built a few years later.

Maison du Roi/Broodhuis is also situated in the market place and it was constructed in the neo-Gothic style. Today the city museum can be found there. Additional guild houses which predominantly date back to the 17th Century, grace the marketplace. There is also a landmark of the city on the Grand-Place. The Manneken Pis. It is a bronze sculpture adorned with a fountain. The sculpture exhibits a urinating boy and it is only 61 centimeters high. It dates back to the year 1619 and it was stolen time and again. The contemporary statue is from 1965. On special occasions the statue is dressed up, the costumes can be seen in the city museum.

The Atomium is also a landmark of Brussels and it is certainly well-known worldwide. It is located in the district of Laeken. Its doors were opened for the occasion of the universal exposition in 1958. The structure demonstrates a ball-shaped iron molecule that was enlarged to be 165 billion times larger than its original size. The construction is 109 meters high and it consists of 9 balls. 6 of these balls are accessible. You can go up with an escalator or you can take the lift which transports you to the top in only 23 seconds.

Culture in Brussels

Brussels also has a few cultural things to offer. The majority of museums are located on the Kunstberg, the Brussels Museum Mile. This is also the case for the Old Masters Museum. The museum of old works of art accommodates impressive collections from the 15th and 18th Century. Paintings, sculptures and drawings are displayed here. A major attraction are the paintings of important Dutch painters such as Rogier van der Weyden.

The Brussels Music Instrument Museum is also well worth visiting Music Instrument Museum. The collection traces back to 8,000 instruments, of which 1,200 are currently on display. The exhibition takes place on four levels and this invites you to take part in a time travel for musical instruments. You get a good view of the entire city from the roof terrace of the museum.

Brussels: Capital of Gastronomy

Around 2000 restaurants secure Brussels reputation as the capital of gastronomy. Belgian cuisine is well-known and popular above all for the Belgian chocolate and the traditional dish of mussels.

You can eat well at the Les Brassins, in the part of the city called Ixelles-Elsene. Many young guests and students come here. You can find more than 50 types of beer on the menu and there is also a good choice of high quality food with meat, fish, salads and pasta dishes. The lunch menu changes every day.

In and around Brussels

Further popular destinations

Districts within Brussels

Exhibitions/events in Brussels

  • INDIGO Home Edition
    (9/8/2015 - 9/10/2015)
  • MoOD - Meet only Original Designs
    (9/8/2015 - 9/10/2015)
    Teasing you with upholstery, window and wall coverings
    (9/29/2015 - 10/2/2015)
    Exhibition for the Label Industry
    (10/3/2015 - 10/5/2015)
    Trade Fair for cosmetics, body care, chiropody and nailcare
  • Voedingssalon
    (10/10/2015 - 10/25/2015)
    Food Fair Brussles
    (10/23/2015 - 10/26/2015)
    Vine Exhibition
  • Brussels Innova
    (11/19/2015 - 11/21/2015)
    (12/8/2015 - 12/13/2015)
    International Agricultural Week
  • European Motor Show
    (1/14/2016 - 1/24/2016)
    European Motor Show
    (1/23/2016 - 1/31/2016)
  • Salon des Vacances - Vakantiesalon
    (2/4/2016 - 2/6/2016)
    Brussels Holiday Show
  • Foire du Livre de Bruxelles
    (2/18/2016 - 2/22/2016)
    Brussels Book Fair
  • Batibouw
    (2/25/2016 - 3/6/2016)
    International Building Trade, Renovation and Decoration Show
    (3/20/2016 - 3/23/2016)
    International Automotive Trade Show for Spare Parts, Accessories, Tools, Garage & Bodywork Equipment
    (3/20/2016 - 3/23/2016)
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