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Holidays in Brussels
Although the city is large, it is easily encompassed. From the center you can reach many attractions on foot. Walking in Brussels is synonymous with walking through history. Many of the places where the young country of Belgium was forged are located here. Visit the point where the Belgian revolution began in the Brussels Park, the largest in the city. The monarchical tradition is one of the characteristics of the Belgian identity; Discover it in the Royal Palace, located next to the park. You can also delve into local history at BELvue, the national museum of Belgian history.
The city of Brussels respects its traditions, but at the same time it is at the forefront of culture. You can see the best modern artists in the Royal Museums of Fine Arts in Belgium. Appreciate the sense of Belgian humor by visiting the symbolic Manneken Pis, the statue that represents a child urinating.
Come to the Place du Grand Sablon, surrounded by restaurants, chocolate shops and antique stores, to eat like a Belgian or buy some souvenirs. Do not miss the Brasserie Cantillon, where you can savor traditional Belgian beers, which are made from a century-old recipe.
The climate of Brussels is famous for its cold winters and wet summers. However, in July and August temperatures do not usually exceed 25 degrees, so it is a good destination to escape the summer heat. Brussels International Airport is very well connected to all of Europe, but it is also possible to reach the city on the Eurostar or other high-speed trains. The metro network, economic and efficient, communicates the 19 municipalities of the city.
How to get to Brussels
Being the capital of Europe, it is not surprising that Brussels is one of the best communicated cities in the entire continent. Its two international airports, Brussels-Zaventem airport and Charleroi airport, are within walking distance and connect the city with many European capitals. If you prefer the train, this is also a very safe means of transport, which also communicates the capital with other nearby cities, such as Ghent, Bruges and Antwerp.
What to see in Brussels
In the heart of the city, the magnificent Grand Place appears before you, a beautiful 17th-century architectural complex that today represents the heart of the city. You will soon understand why this is the most photographed place in Brussels. Remember to touch the arm of the bronze statue to the left of the town hall and approach to see another of the most beloved symbols of Brussels: the legendary Manneken Pis. Without a doubt, another outstanding tourist attraction is the Atomium, a gigantic iron atom of more than 100 meters high. Right next door, with 350 miniature models that represent the most representative monuments of European capitals, is Mini Europe, a place that will delight young and old. Of course, you should not forget to try their famous Belgian chocolate or taste their exquisite beers in any of the terraces that adorn the city squares.
Hotels in Brussels
Being one of the European capitals par excellence, Brussels not only receives millions of tourists a year but also thousands of business travelers. It is not surprising that its hotel offer is excellent, suitable for all tastes and budgets. If you are one of those who come for work, you will have at your disposal several business hotels with meeting rooms and all the necessary services to make your stay as pleasant and fruitful as possible. If, instead, you have decided to make a romantic getaway with your partner or enjoy an excellent holiday with your family or friends, you can choose between luxury hotels and more modest hotels, from hostels to hostels.
Where to sleep in Brussels
We have a magnificent hotel offer in Brussels. Go to their websites to reserve the type of accommodation that best suits your tastes and budgets.
Two of the most elegant hotels in Brussels are Rocco Forte Hotel Amigo, located on Rue de L'Amigo 1-3, and Hotel Manos Premier, which is located at 100-106 Chaussée De Charleroi. If you are looking for something of another kind, you should cheer up with Pacific Café Hotel or Brussels Welcome Hotel, as they usually delight their guests.