If you love music, in Brussels music cannot wait for concert halls – it can be heard everywhere! There are bands and celebrations that regularly take place in parks and on pavements, especially those exploring the syncopated rhythms of Jazz. From the exits of the Underground to the terraces of cafés, through improvised outdoor stages, Brussels swings and fills your soul with a festive mood. Brussels is also the capital of gastronomy and is ready to welcome its many visitors to its 1800 restaurants and abundant hotels. From Europe’s greatest Dinosaur Gallery to Jazzy Nights out, Brussels has it all.
Many enjoy visiting the amazing Museum of Natural Sciences to see the impressive T. Rex and Triceratops or discover the importance of biodiversity, learn how to protect it and safeguard life on our planet. Alternatively you could visit the Atomium or enjoy the minature replica ‘Mini-Europe’ where you can have a whistle-stop tour of Europe in a few hours. A truly unique journey – enjoy a stroll, taking in the typical atmosphere of the most beautiful towns of the old Continent; the incomparable chimes of Big Ben welcome you to the heart of London, gondolas and mandolins invite you to discover the charms of Venice and you can follow the TGV high-speed train from Paris to the other end of France. Brussels makes a great choice for an easy short break with plenty to do
Brussels – Contemporary & Historical Metropolis Brussels is a city packed with contrasts, its character shaped by the influences of both Flemish and French culture, and whether travelling by Eurostar or Eurotunnel you will enjoy this excellent short break destination with its distinctly cosmopolitan feel.read more