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The ever elegant Brussels does not only welcome those wearing tuxedos or suits
Narrow edged turrets, bow ties under city locals’ chins, wafting aromas of chocolate and waffles – these are all parts of a composition that greets every Brussels’ guest. This cosmopolitan European Union centre beckons with its impressive cultural heritage, charming old town and an abundance of various institutions. Brussels welcomes each and every one: students and seniors, parents and children, but for a European, visiting the city is a matter of honour.
How to travel?
Suitcases clattering on the pavement are an everyday occurrence in Brussels. They are mostly being rolled in from airports. Cheap flights to Brussels usually reach their finish at Charleroi Airport, while the more expensive ones end at Zaventem Airport. From there, you can reach the city centre by train or by bus.
We recommend using metro, buses or trams to reach the most important city objects. Trams are great if you have some free time to spare. Tickets are expensive, but you can economize by purchasing them beforehand.
What to taste?
Brussels is a true Mecca for people with a sweet tooth and the lovers of beer. While visiting Brussels, you should definitely try some highly valued all around the globe Belgian chocolate, or some waffles that are sold in the street. If you crave something more substantial, why not order some moules–frites: clams served with French fries. You can then quench your thirst with some delicious Belgian beer. We especially recommend tasting some cherry beer (Kriek) that locals are so fond of.
What to see?
Every corner of Brussels seems like it would not look out of place on a postcard. The city’s European old town is particularly charming: once you start walking down those cosy narrow and curvy streets, you will not want to stop. Impressive buildings in the style of art noveu will enter your eye field again and again. There are some more vast and open places to visit as well, such as the Grand Place, the Mini-Europe Park, and the Park of the Fiftieth Anniversary.
Brussels is full of unique museums. Take a part in an unforgettable tasting event in the Museum of Cocoa and Chocolate, or enjoy the elegancy of the Costume and Lace Museum; visit the Belgian Comic Strip Centre – it is dedicated to everyone, not only children. If science interests you, take a look at the peculiarly shaped Atomium building.
Art lovers will feel satisfied after paying a visit to the Royal Museum of Fine Arts, and the Musical Instrument Museum. While taking a stroll in the city, try to see the famous Peeing Boy statue, or Manneken Pis, the Royal Palace of Brussels, and the Cathedral of St. Michael and St. Gudula.
What to do?
If you have already visited all these sightseeing objects, and yet you still have energy for more, make sure to experience the city’s night life. Brussels has plenty of pubs, bars, and nightclubs. You can not only relax here, but also converse with the locals. People say that after an impressive visit to this city is over, it is nearly impossible not to wish to come back soon, or fail to love it with all your heart. Therefore, before flying back home, you should be prepared to leave some of your heartfelt feelings forever bound to this city.
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