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Brussels is known as the administrative centre of the European Union, but the city has much more to offer. The medieval city centre, called the Grand-Place, is surrounded by magnificent Guildhall houses and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Brussels is also home to Belgian cartoon characters such as the Smurfs and Tintin. The city is famous for its chocolate shops, waffles and beer. And of course, we mustn't forget the Atomium and Mini-Europe. Brussels is also the centre of European art and design, with many museums and galleries.

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A beautiful historic square surrounded by guild houses, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.


An iconic Brussels landmark that was built for the 1958 World's Fair.

Manneken Pis

A small statue of a urinating boy, which is one of the symbols of the city.


A park where you can see miniatures of famous European landmarks.

Royal Belgian Museum of Art

A museum with an extensive collection of old and modern art.

Palais de Justice

A monumental building that is one of the largest constructions built in the 19th century.

Belgian Comics Centre

A museum dedicated to the history of Belgian comics, including Tintin.

Royal Palace

The official palace of the Belgian royal family, open to the public in the summer.

Magritte Museum

A museum dedicated to the work of the famous Belgian surrealist artist René Magritte.


An interactive museum where visitors can learn more about the European Union.

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In and around Brussels

Waterloo (14.58 km)

Situated south of Brussels, this Belgian town has become synonymous with Napoleon's dramatic defeat in 1815, but also stands as a testament to Belgium's rich heritage and natural beauty.

Mechelen (21.59 km)

Leuven (24.57 km)

Leuven, a lively Belgian city, intertwines centuries-old heritage with a youthful spirit, thanks to its renowned university. Ancient squares, bustling with cafes, meet state-of-the-art tech hubs in this vibrant heart of Flanders.

Antwerp (42.21 km)

Dubbed the 'Diamond District' and the cradle of Renaissance art, Antwerp is Belgium's trendy port city where history meets avant-garde, making every stroll an encounter with its opulent past and vibrant present.

Ghent (49.5 km)

Ghent, a mesmerizing blend of Gothic spires, medieval alleyways, and waterway reflections, captures the essence of Belgium's historical grandeur while pulsating with a youthful and contemporary spirit.

Ghent (50.17 km)

Ghent is a city and a municipality in the Flemish Region of Belgium. It is the capital and largest city of the East Flanders province, and the third largest in the country, exceeded in size only by Brussels and Antwerp.

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