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Mercure Brussels Airport
74 avenue Jules Bordet
1140 Brussels
7.3 / 10
Hotel Erasme
Route de Lennik 790
1070 Brussels
6.4 / 10
from 53 €
Hotel Metropole
Place De Brouckere 31
1000 Brussels
7.5 / 10
from 102 €
Mercure Brussels Center Louise
Chaussee De Charleroi 38
1000 Brussels
6.4 / 10
from 67 €
Hotel Cascade Louise
Berckmansstraat 128
1060 Brussels
6.7 / 10
from 59 €
Hotel Pullman Brussels Midi
Place Victor Horta 1
1060 Brussels
8.2 / 10
Hotel 322 Lambermont
Boulevard Lambermont 322
1030 Brussels
7.5 / 10
from 69 €
Hotel Auberge du Souverain
Avenue de la Fauconnerie 1
1170 Brussels
5.2 / 10
from 55 €
ibis Styles Brussels Louise
Avenue Louise 212 Bruxelles
1050 Brussels
8.1 / 10
NH Brussels City Centre
17 Chaussee de Charleroi
1060 Brussels
Rocco Forte Hotel Amigo
1-3, rue de l'amigo
1000 Brussels
8.6 / 10
Radisson Blu Royal Hotel, Brussels
Rue Fosse-aux-Loups 47
1000 Brussels
7.0 / 10
from 95 €
Novotel Brussels Midi
5-7, avenue Fonsny
1060 Brussels
Aspria Royal La Rasante
Rue Sombre 56
1200 Brussels
8.9 / 10
from 84 €
New Hotel Charlemagne
25 - 27 boulevard Charlemagne
1000 Brussels
7.0 / 10
from 56 €
NH Brussels du Grand Sablon
Rue Bodenbroekstraat 2-4
1000 Brussels
10/12 rue des Colonies
1000 Brussels
7.5 / 10
from 69 €
Hotel Silken Berlaymont Hotel
Boulevard Charlemagne 11-19
1000 Brussels
7.8 / 10
from 59 €
Continental Hotel Brussel
Place de la Constitution 18
1060 Brussels
5.7 / 10
from 45 €
Floris Louise Hotel
59 - 61, rue de la Concorde
1000 Brussels
from 71 €
B-Aparthotels Ambiorix
Square Ambiorix 28
1000 Brussels
7.4 / 10
from 69 €
Brussels Hotel Potiniere
Rue Francois Joseph Navez 165-167
1030 Brussels
5.0 / 10
from 45 €
Hotel Des Colonies
6-10 Rue des Croisades
1210 Brussels
6.1 / 10
from 62 €
Euro Capital Brussels
Avenue Fonsny 9
1060 Brussels
7.3 / 10
from 64 €
Progress Hotel
Rue du Progrès 9-13
1210 Brussels
7.3 / 10
from 85 €
Hotel Agenda Louise
6/8, Rue de Florence
1000 Brussels
7.7 / 10
from 65 €
Aparthotel Wellington
154, Chaussee de Vleurgat
1000 Brussels
6.2 / 10
from 70 €
Warwick Barsey Hotel
381-383, avenue Louise
1050 Brussels
7.8 / 10
from 55 €
Hotel de France
Boulevard Jamar 21-23
1060 Brussels
5.1 / 10
from 45 €
Sofitel Brussels Le Louise
40, avenue de la Toison d'Or
1050 Brussels
7.8 / 10

Capital of the EU

Brussels is the capital city of the country of Belgium and boats a regional population of just over one million people. The city is known as the de facto capital of the European Union. Brussels is well known for the varied and interesting architecture that dots the city, this is one of the biggest draws for many of the visitors to the area, in addition to the delicious cuisine.

The main airport that serves the area is called the Brussels Airport. The other main method of transport to Brussels is via rail, as it is one of the main stops for many area trains including the Eurostar, Fyra, Thalys, and ICE. The city also has a metro for local transport.

Historic Sites

Being that Brussels has been around for at least a century, the city is filled with many historic sites in addition to the well-known architecture. Visitors love seeing some of the more well-known sculptures and pieces include the Manneken Pis, the Atomium, and the Mini-Europe Park.

Since Brussels has such an interesting mix of buildings that range from the medieval times to modern structures, there are many great buildings to visit that include the Grand-Palace, the Town Hall, and the Serres Royales de Laeken.

Incredible Food

After all of that sightseeing, many visitors love to take in some of the famously delicious food that can be found pretty much everywhere in Brussels. From the street corners to carts to luxury five star dining establishments, there is going to be something available for everyone who visits Brussels.

One of the first things many visitors have to try are the waffles, for the best head to Dandoy to try waffles traditional style, or for a simple snack look for waffles inside the De Brouckère Metro Station as well!

In addition to waffles, Brussels is known for beer and the moules frites, which is mussels with french fries. For some favorites, look to Au Vieux Bruxelles or Le Pre Sale for moules frites and Delirium Cafe, Moeder Lambic Fontainas and Nuetnigenough to sample some of the best local beers Brussels have to offer.
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In and around Brussels

Belgium’s capital city Brussels ranks among Europe’s most important cities, which is also reflected by the high amount of nice hotels. The headquarters of the European Union, the NATO, the constant secretary of the Benelux countries, the West European Union and of the EUROCONTROL are located in Brussels. This is why it has become the city of diplomats, politicians and business travellers, who all find ideal conditions for a nice stay at the Brussels Hotels.

The historic city of Brussels is especially beautiful. It has been designated a World Cultural Heritage by UNESCO. The Grande Place forms the centre of the city. A traditional market takes place there, while gorgeous mediaeval guild halls of merchants and trade guilds cluster around it. The Bremen town hall is one of Europe’s most beautiful Gothic buildings. Its tower is decorated by the St. Michael, the town’s patron.

Probably the most famous sight of Brussels is Männecken Pis, a small bronze statue of a peeing boy, which was built in the 17th century. The hotels on the city centre are located in close proximity to the sights. Many of these hotels have a long tradition lending a special charm to them.

The Atomium, the town’s landmark, was built for the 1958 World’s Fair. Adjacent to the former fairgrounds you will find quite a few huge hotels that will provide for a comfortable stay.

Due to Brussels’ significance as international and European metropolis, all the huge hotel chains and luxury hotels have settled in this city. These hotels are equally suitable for tourists and business travellers. Congresses and conferences can be held in perfectly equipped rooms inside the hotels. Brussels has three large train stations and a very well constructed motorway network.

Three metro, two prémetro, 18 tram and 50 bus lines guarantee the public transportation to run smoothly. Most of Brussels’ visitors reach the city via one of the two airports (Zaventem und Charleroi).

Total population (Brussels-Capital Region): 145,717 (1st January 2007) Total population (region of Brussels, consisting of another 18 municipals): 1,031,215

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Districts within Brussels

Exhibitions/events in Brussels

  • Seafood Processing Global (SPE)
    (4/21/2015 - 4/23/2015)
    Seafood Processing Europe
  • Seafood Expo Global (ESE)
    (4/21/2015 - 4/23/2015)
    European Seafood Exposition
  • Art Brussels
    (4/24/2015 - 4/26/2015)
    Art Brussels - Contemporary Art Fair
    (9/29/2015 - 10/2/2015)
    Exhibition for the Label Industry
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