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The Grand Place is the central square of Brussels.It is surrounded by guildhalls, the city's Town Hall, and the Breadhouse. Most important tourist destination in Brussels. Unesco world heritage site.

The most memorable landmark in Brussels. Square surrounded by opulent guildhalls and two larger edifices, the city's Town Hall, and the Breadhouse building containing the Museum of the City.

The Grand Place or Grote Markt is the central square of Brussels. It is surrounded by opulent guildhalls and two larger edifices, the city's Town Hall, and the Breadhouse building containing the Mu... más información

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Parc du Cinquantenaire (or Park of the 50th Anniversary), is a large urban park (30 hectares) with several museums (Autoworld, Royal Military Museum,...). Ideal for jogging and relaxing.

Beautiful park for walks, jogging and museum visits. The Parc du Cinquantenaire conceals lots of treasures: the Big Mosque, the statue of the green dog, the pavilion of Victor Horta's human passions.

Park inside the city and near the european parlement. In the middle of the park you will find the army museum. At the entrance there is a free access to the top of the arch with has an impressive v... más información

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Great art deco building with original interior. Nice trendy local people. Big terrace. Walk afterwards along the lakes up to the medieval abbey of La Cambre.

Are you going to meet some locals around Flagey? They will probably suggest to meet here. THE place to be, one of the trendiest café-bars in town. On their sunny terrace life tastes slow, sweet an... más información

Iconic place in Brussels. You have to see it for yourself. Crowd of all ages, very busy pretty much always. They have lots of tables outside on Place St Croix (overlooking the Ixelles Ponds) whi... más información

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No wonder Beer lovers from around the world love this place. You can taste more than 2000 beers from around the globe. Delirium Café holds the Guinness World Record for the most beers offered with 200

Delirium Cafe in Brussels was inducted to the Guinness Book of World Records in 2004 for having 2004 different beers commercially available on their menu! While there may not be quite as many to c... más información

Delirium Café is known for its long beer list, standing at 2,004 different brands in January 2004 as recorded in the Guinness Book of Records. Delirium serves beers from over 60 countries, includin... más información

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For the architecture passionate. This house was build by our famous architect Victor Horta. It's a typical Art-nouveau house. Reservation required.

Magnificent museum - built between 1898 and 1901, the former home of Art Nouveau's best-known architect, Victor Horta, is now the Horta Museum - a real showcase.

The Horta Museum is located in the private house and studio of Victor Horta (1861-1947). Famous Belgian Architect. Built between 1898 and 1901 at 23-25, rue Américaine in Saint-Gilles, Brussels, th... más información

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The Atomium is a building in Brussels originally constructed for Expo 58, the 1958 Brussels World's Fair. Designed by the engineer André Waterkeyn and architects André and Jean Polak.

The Atomium was a building originally constructed for Expo 58, and is now a museum. It is a building, with 9 stainless steel clad spheres connected forming the shape of a unit cell of an iron crystal.

The Atomium, symbol of Brussels and Belgium, is an international tourist attraction. This unique piece of architecture, created on the occasion of the World Fair of Brussels in 1958, became the mos... más información

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The Magritte Museum on the Place Royale in Brussels gathers more than 200 works of the famous Belgian artist René Magritte. L’homme du large, 1927 Magritte is one of the 10 most famous painters in... más información

Opened in 2009, dedicated to the work of the famous Belgian surrealist artist, René Magritte. It is one of the constituent museums of the Royal Museums of Fine Arts of Belgium.

Opened in June, 2009, the Magritte Museum displays works of the surrealist artist for which it is named. Located in the heart of Brussels at the Place Royale. Tuesdays - Fridays: 10:00 - 17:00 Week... más información

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A really interesting museum on musical instruments in one of the most beautiful Art Nouveau buildings in the city. They also serve an overpriced brunch on its top floor, with a great view.

The Musical Instruments Museum atop the Mont des Arts is one of the greatest examples of modernism in Brussels, yet it wasn’t designed by Horta like many tourists mistakingly assume. This particula... más información

Museum dedicated to music instruments, exhibiting a huge collection of (often original) instruments in a beautiful art deco building. You can have a drink or lunch on the top floor. The food is no... más información

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Probably the best beer bar in Belgium. Hundreds of different beers, knowledgeable and friendly staff. Be sure to ask which cheese goes with your beer!

Beer Heaven! They have... thousands of beers available and the waiters know their stuff. No cola served. This place takes taking beer seriously seriously.

The best place to learn about Belgian beers! This cozy bar have a quality-focused selection of beers. Avoid the more touristy version in the city centre (or, even worse, Delirium). A must go!

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Friendly service, local customers, menu exclusively written on the blackboard of the wall. Belgian specialities. Cantine style. No booking accepted, so queuing for a table is not rare. Not pricey.

The most popular restaurant in Brussels. And for good reasons. Quick service, friendly stuff and good Belgian food, for a reasonable price. Always busy, no reservations: you may need to queue 15 min.

Laidback restaurant with great, simple Belgian food. Try the STOEMP or the delicious salad with grilled chicken. (You can’t pay with a credit card)

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A land mark in Saint Gilles or even Brussels bobo community. Could be a good place during the day if you are looking for some inspiration. Live music every thursday.

Cozy, big cafe bar, top urban place!: lunch, breakfast, coffe, drink with a friend, nice terrace.. Thurdsay's night-life music, (day & night)

The best bar with a huge choice of Belgian beers of the neighborhood. Concert and Dj set on the weekend. During the day you can enjoy the breakfast and the lunch with tasty salads or sandwiches. As... más información

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Pleasant park with meres. To go there by public transport: take Tram 4 (tow. Gare du Nord) Wagon Station . Stop at Vanderkindere station and take Tram 7 (tow. Heysel) and stop at Longchamp station

The park It has a pond, a closed street for rollerbladers, and plenty of paths to get lost in. Lots of joggers run along its sidewalks, especially on weekends when it’s closed to vehicles

The famous public park in Brussels. Beautifully designed in early XX th century with its lake, its barks, the little island and the chic restaurant. To get some fresh air and exercise.

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Said to have the best fries in Brussels. Angela Merkel could confirm this. Enjoy your fries in one of the bars around the corner. They only expect you to buy a drink, too.

Brussels is also about French Fries, well you to say Belgium Fries now. The historical best place in town

Recently, German Chancellor Angela Merkel went to Maison Antoine for French fries. Maison Antoine is said to be the best ‘‘frietkot/ friterie’’ of Brussels. I have bought French fries at Maison Ant... más información

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Yes indeed: My favourite French fries. It's hard to get here. You will have to queue for this street stall. The service will be appalling (is part of the experience). But these fries make it worth!

Flagey has it all: nice shops, cafés, restaurants, cultural events, book stores, etc. Farmers come sell very good quality products on Tuesday and Friday morning, and a market takes place on sunday

Nice spot to hang out with nice restaurants en a nice typical bar Belga. On saterday and sunday morning markets with pop up food bars … . There is also a cinema and concert hall.

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Our most famous inhabitant : "Little man Pee" is a landmark small bronze sculpture in Brussels, depicting a naked little boy urinating into a fountain's basin.Put in place in 1618 or 1619

The famous Manneken-Pis remains the emblem of the rebellious spirit of the City of Brussels. His wardrobe counts more than 900 suits. The Museum of the City of Brussels presents one hundred of the... más información

'Manneken Pis' (meaning "Little man Pee" in Dutch) is a landmark small bronze sculpture (61 cm) in Brussels, depicting a naked little boy urinating into a fountain's basin. It was designed by Hiëro... más información

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Best bars and terraces inside and around the former market hall of Saint-Géry. Don't forget to go inside the market hall itself: nice bar with comfortable chesterfield seats and city exhibitions.

Mappa Mundo, Le Roi Albert, Le Zebra.... multicultural bars where locals meet expats and tourists... Right next you'll find some delicious Asian restaurants opened until pretty late...

The Halles Saint-Géry gather lots of pubs and bars. Grab a beer and mingle with locals, expats and tourist in our beautiful city center!

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This is said to be one of the three best beer bars in the world ! It is actually just a nice place to relax, a beautifully renovated place on the soon to be pedestrianized central boulevards. Enjoy !

This is a must visit for beer lovers - more than 250 crafted Belgian beers - close to what is probably the most visited statue in Brussels - the celebrated Manneken Pis :)

Moeder Lambic is regularly voted among the best beer cafés in the world. What makes Moeder Lambic really special are the artisanal beers on tap that are kept in a unique chilled area that promotes ... más información

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Serious shopping from Louis Vuitton, Max Mara on Avenue Louise and Zara etc when you walk toward Toison d´Or.

Is one of the most prestigious streets in Brussels. Avenue Louise is home to many upmarket shops, restaurants and offices.

Avenue Louise is one of the main shopping area of Brussels. One side of the Avenue Louise is considered as Brussels' Champs-Elysées, where most of the posh boutiques and the great names of internat... más información

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If you like to dance on rock music of the 60s, even of the 20s, this is a place for you. It's opened every day (except monday and sunday). The entrance is free for girls every tuesday before 23h.

Nightclub. Swing, Lindy hop on Tuesday Atmosphere of the 40s, 50s or 60s depending on the themes of the evening

A must in the Brussels nightlife, Madame Moustache is a bar that looks like a cabaret where rock concerts and DJ nights taking place from Tuesday to Saturday . Un incontournable de la vie nocturne ... más información

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This is going out: sometimes you land in a cosy jazz atmosphere, sometimes you're dancing next to to the grand piano. Original art deco interior, drinks professionally served, a must.

Brussels best known cocktail/jazz bar. You have to ring the door bell to be able to enter, but don't worry: anybody is welcome to come in and try one of the great cocktails or enjoy the great Art D... más información

In 1937, the architect F Van Ruyskensvelde converted the ground floor into an Art Deco-style cocktail bar with an ocean-liner-style mezzanine and chrome panelling. In 1953, the bar was taken over b... más información

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Probably the best flea market in Europe. I say this because I go to a flea market whenever I travel and this one is by far the most authentic (you will not see the same piece twice, no "merchandise... más información

One of the most frequented spots by both locals and visitors in Brussels is the famous open-air antique market in Place du Jeu de Balle / Vossenplein. Located in the heart of the Marolles area, rig... más información

Everyday flea market on the main square but also the neighborhood where you'll find all the design and antique furniture stores. Open on sunday as well, great atmosphere and perfect to take a strol... más información

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A variety of art programs (exhibition, cinema, theatre...) I go here mainly for some world music established artists, or during the cultural seasons or parties.

Founded two centuries ago, the Royal Museums of Fine Arts of Belgium hold some twenty thousand paintings, sculptures and drawings. Located in Brussels, they consist of several museums

For people who like art, you will find a lot of nice art painting and statue. The biggest Bruegel collection is in this museum. My favorite part of the museum is the Modern Art part

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Cafe-Bar-Resto - nice place in an authentic neighborhood, cool athmosphere.. for a drink, lunch, rest..

This trendy bar is a little bit overrated. But make sure you try the "Peche Mel Bush" wich is a beer cocktail mixing two beers The Bush (13° - pretty strong) and Pecheresse (+-5° light peach flavo... más información

Brunches in the morning, tapas in the afternoon, happy hour from 6 till 7pm and dj sets or concerts at night. Lovely place in Saint-Gilles

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This museum houses several different classifications of art divided into easy bites. You can buy a combo ticket or to just the bit you'd like to see. I like the Old Masters and the Magritte Museums.

Belgium's largest fine arts museum, featuring works by Bruegel, Rogier van der Weyden, Peter Paul Rubens, Anthony van Dyck, and Jacob Jordaens, among others.

The Museums’ collections trace the history of the visual arts – painting, sculpture and drawing – from the 15th to the 21st centuries.

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Concerts every night. Check out the programme before coming to Bxl and get your tickets on line. If you love music, this is the place to listen to it. From classic, to rock, electro, punk, jazz ...

Ancienne Belgique is a concert hall for contemporary music, it is one of the leading concert venues in Belgium, hosting a wide variety of international and local acts.

The place to be for big live concerts in Brussels. AB is a venue with around 2.000 people capacity. They host the best bands and musicians from around the world. Check their website: www.abconcerts.be

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Rue Neuve (French) or Nieuwstraat (Dutch) is "the" pedestrian street in Brussels' city center! It is the most popular shopping area in town by number of shoppers.

The main shopping streets in Brussels are the Rue Neuve and Avenue Louise. Rue Neuve runs from Place de la Monnaie, about 300m north of the Grand Place, to Place Rogier, near Brussels-North Station... más información

The best know shopping street in Brussels, with all major brands. At the end of the street, you can find Galeria Inno, a huge department store.

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Visitors will enjoy walking or jogging around the ponds and admiring the unusual nearby Sainte Croix church, with its Art Deco façade and neo-gothic interior

In the 19th century there were four ponds between Flagey and Abbaye de la Cambre. These two are the remaining ones. One of the most charming spots in Brussels to stroll (or jog) around.

Wealthy quiet area very popular for a walk, a run, or to have a seat on the grass. You can easily walk from there to the heart of Sonian Forest through Bois de la Cambre by staying in a green zone.


Café des Spores

$$$· 103 Chaussée d'Alsemberg·Mapa·Horas·Sitio web·

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Very intimate and dark. All dishes based on mushrooms. Reservation needed. Opposite the street same owners tapas and drinks

A Restaurant with a Mushroom theme. A bit expensive (about 50€/p) but well worth it... Reservation necessary! (Chaussée d'Alsemberg 103 - 02 534 13 03)

Gastronomic restaurant. All the dishes are made with mushrooms. So if you are a mushroom lover, this is a must stop. (! This is not low budget !) Make sure to book a table before.

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A great place to discover contemporary art from Belgium and abroad. The Contemporary Art Center is located in the building of the famous ancient Wielemans brewery. You may also have a lunch there.

Center for Contemporary Art ! Temporary exhibitions sometimes amazing sometimes less interesting. Check their website :-)

Contemporary art space. One of the highly regarded art institutions of Belgium. Five minutes from my place.

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Wether you are Belgian or not, you should not miss this very local place. Here, they understand what you mean when you ask for a café crème ;-)

Very authentic, with long 'tradition'? Drink or basic meals als bolo, soups etc.. Original athmosphere.

Iconic St Gilles cafe. You can bring your own food and enjoy it with a drink.