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Brussels is Belgium's capital city and one of the most famous historical cities in Europe and tourist attractions in the world. The city, popular for its famous beer, breweries and beer festivals is also loved for its delicious handmade chocolates. Furthermore, Brussels is home to the headquarters of the European Union. The city has a huge number of museums, monuments, and historical places. Although the city is comparatively small and easy to explore (even on foot), because of its many 'must visit' places and numerous 'must-do' activities, we have compiled a complete tourist guide of Brussels including its main attractions, activities, nightlife scene and means to get around the city. Brussels is a city that has grown from a 10th-century fortress town into a modern metropolis of more than one million inhabitants.

Parks & Wildlife

Bois de la Cambre (Ter Kamerenbos)

Bois de la Cambre (Ter Kamerenbos)

The Bois de la Cambre is a public park situated on the brink of the Sonian Forest (or Sonian Wood, French: Foret de Soignes, Dutch: Zoniënwoud)...

The Cinquantenaire Park (Jubelpark)

The Cinquantenaire Park (French: Parc du Cinquantenaire means Park of the Fiftieth Anniversary) is a 30 hectares urban park which covers the eastern part of the European Quarter in Brussels...

Tenbosch Park

Tenbosch or Tenbos park is a large, urban public park in Brussels where a huge U-shaped complex dominates the park was specially built by King Leopold II...

Site Seeing

Town Hall (Stadhuis)

The Town Hall (French: Hôtel de Ville) is a Gothic building situated in the Grand Place and was destroyed in 1695 when...

Atomium

Atomium, a whopping 102 meters (335 ft) tall structure, located on Boulevard du Centenaire was developed...

Grand Place (Grote Markt)

Grand Place is one of the most stunning town squares in Europe. An eye-catching bunch of public...