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Brussels Things To Do

Holidays to the Brussels are incomplete without enjoying its following landmarks and tourist attractions:

Grand Place: Travellers on their Brussels holidays should start out their Brussels holidays from this fabulous place. It is one of the major attractions of the city and boasts of hosting various festivals and concerts. Cheese stores, Supermarkets, barbershops and souvenir shops adorn this dense commercial place.

Brussels Spa: An ideal health club and spa, Brussels Spa is the spot to relax and rejuvenate your body and mind during your Brussels holidays.

Brussels Bike Tours: Offers fun and comfortable bike tours of Brussels. It is the only tour that permits you to explore the “Capital of Europe” within four hours.

Mini-Europe: A great opportunity to travel around all the main Architectural delights of all the European Union countries.

Musical Instruments Museum: With an amazing collection of 7,000 instruments, the museum is at present a globally renowned instrumental museum. Travellers on their Brussels holidays can experience its best music and anyone can enjoy it as music needs no language.

Royal Museums of Fine Arts of Belgium: It has some of the outstanding artistic masterpieces of Belgium.

Brussels Atomium: One of the most genuine architectural marvels of the fifties, Atomium presently conducts exhibitions and film shows at its top.

Avenue Louise: Well renowned for best shopping experience. It is highly recommended to the travellers on their Brussels holidays to taste its gratifying sea foods and Belgian ales.

Royal Palace (Palais Royal): This is one of the most outstanding buildings in the capital and it symbolizes the constitutional monarchy of the country. You can have a look at the changing of guards when you go there during Brussels holidays.

Palais Coudenberg: It houses the ruins of a residential palace. During your Brussels holidays, you will appreciate its old picturesque rooms and structures.

Six Parks Belgium: Enjoy an amazing range of rides with your kids while you are in Brussels holidays. The place is well managed and it assures lots of fun and value for your money.

Sablon: It is widely known for its art galleries and antique shops and its famous antique market is frequented by art lovers every week.

Beeldverhaalroute / Parcours BD: Essentially a Comic Strip Route, it is an interesting long city walk that passes 22 facades and city walls to make you remember the leading Belgian comic artists. Travellers on their Brussels holidays must enjoy walking on this historic route.

Museum of the City of Brussels: A renovated building with monuments in flamboyant Gothic style such as altarpieces, earthen ware and wardrobe of Manneken-Pis.

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