Best Attractions in Brussels
Brussels boasts many top-class museums, including Belgian Chocolate Village, Brussels City Museum, Autoworld, the Children’s Museum, and the House of Folklore and Traditions. Art-loving visitors should not miss the Atomium sculpture, the Spontaneous Art Museum, and the Royal Museums of Art and History. The Grand-Place, Brussels’ main square, is surrounded by opulent buildings and hosts many cultural events for all visitors. Children will love Brussels Zoo, aficionados of international politics can tour the European Parliament, and beer fans can pay a visit to Cantillon Brewery.
Brussels Travel Tips
The official Brussels Card is a great way to save time and money. It offers free or discounted admission as well as skip-the-line entry to many top attractions, in addition to discounts at restaurants, and free use of public transport. The city centre is compact, making walking and cycling pleasant ways to explore. It is also well-connected so excursions to other cities are a short rail away.
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