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  • Atomium

    The Atomium is the quintessential image of Brussels, along with the Grand Place and the Manneken Pis (which is a shame in my opinion). To get there, take the Line 1 metro De Brouckère-Gare de l'Ouest. Get off at Beekkant and take the Line 6 towards Roi Baudouin,...

    0 by Dáire, 2 months ago
  • Mini Europe

    General information about Mini-Europe Would you like to visit the main monuments of Europe in less than three hours and for only 15 euros? Don’t believe it’s possible? Well, thanks to Mini-Europe it is, indeed, possible! Mini-Europe is a theme park in the capital...

    0 by Alison, 2 months ago
  • The Cathedral of Brussels

    Introduction The Cathedral of Brussels is known as the Church of St Michael and St Gudula and is located a few meters from the center of the Belgian capital. It has not become one of the most characteristic symbols of Brussels, like the Grand Place or the Atomium have,...

    0 by Kate, 11 months ago
  • Cinquantenaire Park and Palace

    Introduction Following the route through Brussels, I am going to finish with one of the most beautiful and classic areas of the city, the Cinquantenaire Palace and its respective park, which is where it is located. The Cinquantenaire Palace is one of the architectual...

    0 by Kate, one year ago
  • Ixelles

    Ixelles is the municipality of Brussels where I made my new home when I landed in Brussels. The main reason was its proximity to my university, just like its vibe, youth and the university itself that I thought would make it easier for me to meet new people of my age,...

    0 by Kate, one year ago
  • Grand Place

    Introduction to the Grand Place Grand Place (or, "Grote Markt" in Flemish) is situated right in the heart of the Belgian capital, Brussels. This square is made up of a collection of rather impressive architectural works, and is considered to be one of the most beautiful...

    0 by Lottie, one year ago
  • Atomium

    The Atomium is located in the Belgian capital, Brussels, and has become one of the most representative symbols of the city. Although it's located in the outskirts of Brussels and not right in the centre, it is still very easy to make your way there. This monument was...

    0 by Lottie, one year ago
  • Manneken Pis

    The Manneken Pis is known worldwide as one of the symbols of the city of Brussels in addition to the Atomium, a fact that I personally find insulting with such a work of art that is the Atomium compared to such a disappointing statuette, but hey, as the saying goes,...

    0 by Pik, one year ago
  • Waterloo -

    Today I visit Waterloo As a landmark of the Kingdom of Belgium, Waterloo was attached to the classic battle that marked the end of the dynasty of French under Emperor Napoleon Bonaparte. After Napoleon's return to power in 1815, the countries that he opposed...

    0 by Hoàng, 2 years ago
  • Japanese Tower, Chinese Pavilion and Museum of Japanese Art

    My first point of contact with this odd place was during my first trip to Amsterdam on the bus - I loved admiring the landscape whilst travelling. Who knew? It's another way to discover new things and so on that occasion... I made out some buildings which caught my...

    0 by Ross, 2 years ago
  • Smurf Store official

    Yes ladies and gentlemen! What else could it be? The Smurfs have an official shop and of course, it is in the city where they were born: Brussels, right in the heart of the Belgian capital. It is just a few meters away from the Don Quijote and Sancho Panza statues,...

    0 by Beth, 2 years ago
  • The Birthplace of Audrey Hepburn

    One of the strangest things which has happened to be since I've lived in Brussels has been discovering after seven months that one of the legends of American cinema who I admire so much was born here, in Brussels, and more specifically in the neighbourhood I live in,...

    0 by Helen, 3 years ago
  • Murales

    In Brussels you can find a lot of wonderful murales. They are not in the same place, but all over the city. Here I upload some of them. I really liked them. It's fantastic to walk around the city just to discover them. Each one is different from the rest. A lot of them...

    0 by Stefano, 4 years ago
  • Brussels

    The second city that I saw in Belgium is Brussels, home of the European Union and of many of its institutions, land that hosts the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (OTAN) and place that is considered the capital of the country. So the expectations were high, having...

    0 by Dănilă, 7 years ago

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