Holidays to Brussels City
Bustling with personality, shops, bars, restaurants and historic sites, the bilingual capital of Belgium has something to offer everyone. Boasting a rich history and countless cultural spots, the city of Brussels was established in the 13th Century, but was left devastated after World War II. However, this enticing city – also known as the political capital of Europe – has steadily regained its structure and tourist appeal in recent years.
Bruxelles les Bains
Situated on the banks of Brussels, this manmade urban beach features huts, fountains, deckchairs and 3,000 tons of sand.
Museum of Ixelles
Featuring a major series of fin-de-siècle poster art, this must see museum celebrates art from the 19th Century onwards.
Featuring several hundred permanent exhibits, this museum champions a wide range of popular and traditional art.
Belgium is home to some of the world's best beers. Spend a day touring the city's finest pubs and breweries.
Galeries Royales Saint-Hubert
The oldest shopping arcade in Europe boasts unique cafés, boutiques, restaurants and chocolate shops.
Belgium is famous for its chocolate and Brussels offers plenty of chocolatier shops for treats and souvenirs.
The Grand Salon
Spare an afternoon visiting the many cafés at The Grand Salon, which sits in the antique market district.
Techno lovers will adore this atmospheric nightclub, which plays host to some of the biggest DJs in the field.
Located in the centre of Brussels, this electro nightclub plays the latest music to dance all night to.
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