Must do's

Here you find a few things that are not to be missed during your stay in Brussels. To read about a specific topic, just click on the bar! To get the complete story and the practical infos, click on "read more" at the end of each topic.


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The Atomium

Atomium, with the Grand Place, is an iconic symbol of Brussels. 
Created at the time of the Universal Exhibition of 1958, it’s present on the city’s skyline today. 

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The Grand Place

Discovering the Grand Place for the first time generally leaves people speechless and at the end of the day when the surprise is especially heightened. It’s not surprising that the Grand Place has been classed by UNESCO for worldwide heritage.

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The Manneken-Pis

Even when trying to avoid the Manneken Pis, you’ll inevitably find yourself nose to nose with the statue.

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The Mont des Arts

All located on the same floor, the Mont des Arts regroup six museums, making it ideal for visitors to get around.

To get a brief overview of these museums, offering up an idea of exactly what you can come and admire, click here.

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Abbaye de la Cambre

Abbaye de la Cambre is a small corner of paradise that we should really keep a closely guarded secret… but as you can tell we’re not! As well as the Ponds of Ixelles you’ll also discover here a French Garden which has taken over the 13th century abbey, surrounding it in natural beauty.


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Les Marolles

Les Marolles is one of the most popular quarters in Brussels where inhabitants are known for enjoying the good life at weekends.
It has rapidly become ‘trendy’ for the simple reason that les Marolles hosts the famous flea market of la Place Jeu-de-Balle. 

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Rue Antoine Dansaert

Antoine Dansaert quarter is undoubtedly the ideal place for any fashion addicts. It’s in the heart of this wide street that these trendy boutiques have decided to set up. 

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Parc du Cinquantenaire

In the late 19th century, King Leopold II was determined to provide Belgium with magnificent buildings and beautiful parks. The former parade ground of Cinquantenaire Palace was transformed to provide an area for the locals to walk, as well as a cultural center with the inclusion of several museums.

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Mini Europe

Located at the foot of the Atomium, MINI-EUROPE is the only park where you can have a whitlestop tour around Europe in a few short hours.
300 models and sites in a quite unequalled craftmanship.
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And finally, restaurants and atmosphere
Belgian cuisine, very close to famous French cuisine, is known around the world: generosity, delicacy of flavor, careful presentation of the dishes.

A meal in one of the many restaurants of Brussels will be an unforgettable moment.