One of the cities most magnificent landmarks from the 1900s, now used for Head of State duties. During July & September, you can explore inside but no matter the time of the year it's perfect to wander outside.
Around the corner from the Palace is the best views in Brussels! You’ll find historic sites like the National Archives of Belgium, the Royal Library of Belgium and the Museum of Music Instruments.
Started in the 1990s to pay tribute to the characters and authors of the Franco-Belgian comics. Some of the comics you can see are ‘The Adventures of Tintin’, ‘The Smurfs’ to ‘The Adventures of Astérix’.
Elegant shopping arcades, where you'll find three connected together; Galerie de la Reine, Galerie du Roi and the Galerie des Princes. Inside are jewelry shops, chocolate shops, boutiques, restaurants and bars. And make sure and look up at the ceiling - the main attraction!
Délirium Café is located near Aux Armes de Bruxelles, down a little passage called Impasse de la Fidélité. They have a range of beers from over 60 countries, that’s about 2000 beers, including beers from Belgium!
From its importance in maritime history, to Banksy – Bristol is a vibrant city that is so much more than a student town. Spilling with culture, it’s a fiercely diverse and dynamic city, full of life and energy.
Jean-Baptiste opened the first Maison Dandoy in the heart of Brussels in 1829 so it’s ingrained in the history of the city. They have a pop-up waffle shop just around the corner from Grand Place.
They love to dress the statue in costumes, they get creative too! Anything from Elvis, Dracula, Santa Claus just to name a few. He actually has over 1000 outfits which are pretty impressive for a statue.