Any tour of Belgium’s capital starts at your hotel in Brussels and ends by revealing a city full of unconventional things to do amid the pomp and circumstance of the EU headquarters and the beauty of the Grand Place. Just a stone’s throw away from this architectural perfect square are the Royal Galleries, one of the oldest covered shopping centers in Europe. Truly contradictory and always fun, Brussels is Europe’s most offbeat metropolis. From the modern Atomium to the Gothic Cathedral of St. Michael and St. Gudula, quirky museums to narrow cobblestone streets with shops selling mouth-watering Belgium chocolates, Brussels city has more than enough art, history, and attractions to keep you happily busy! Tourists can even see all of Europe at Brussels’ Mini-Europe attractions park featuring the most beautiful sites and buildings in the Old Continent in miniature, a perfect activity for families with children.
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