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Brussels is one of the most beautiful cities in Europe. While the majority of the Brussels-Capital Region's population lives in and near the city, the city itself forms a unique district with a population of more than 240,000 inhabitants per square kilometer - more than any other European capital city and more than twice that of London or Paris.


Must Do Things In Brussels
Take a tour of the capital city of Belgium and visit its most famous attractions. A visit to Brussels could also include:

  • A walk along the Grand Place, the site of some festivals and markets;
  • A visit to the Royal Palace of Brussels with its ornate architecture influenced by Baroque, Rococo, Neo-classical and Art Nouveau styles;
  • The Atomium or the Mini Europe Theme Park, which will give you an overview of all European countries in miniature;
  • King Baudouin Stadium - home ground of football team Club Brugge KV - with a capacity for 43 000 spectators.


Brussels Attractions
Many art and architecture museums, medieval districts and cozy cafés draw in travelers every year. But this is also a city that thrives on showing off its most unexpected attractions: From an unusual rabbit warren of 19th-century courtyards to an ornate canal district, Brussels offers a range of leisurely excursions at home, but also boasts a thriving nightlife scene.


The Grand Place
The Grand Place is probably the most famous square in Brussels. It's situated near the Town Hall or, as it is called, Hallepoort. The square has been designed in such a way that all four sides are symmetrical and opposite sides are identical.


The buildings that surround this beautiful plaza date back to different periods and styles but they present a harmonious whole because each building was designed by the same architect which was Jacques Duquesne, who took his inspiration from his early Renaissance style when drawing up designs for these buildings.


The Grand Place can perfectly be considered as one of Brussels' best attractions as they have witnessed history unfold since they were first built 400 years ago and they still look so good! Recently, their facades underwent some renovations so now they are even more beautiful than ever before!


The Atomium
The Atomium is an interesting attraction that has been designed with nine steel spheres representing the elements of the periodic table. The Atomium is also just a short walk from the Grand Place and Basilica of the Sacred Heart which are both worth visiting.


King Baudouin Stadium
Baudouin Stadium in the north of Brussels was designed by the Portuguese architect Vitor Vieira, and it is one of the most iconic and recognisable buildings in Belgium. It has hosted events such as concerts, cycling competitions, and football matches.

  • 1999 World Cycling Championships:The stadium hosted the 1999 UCI World Cycling Championships with the team time trial event being held on 31 August 1999.
  • 2003 European Athletics Indoor Championships:The stadium hosted the 2003 European Athletics Indoor Championships on 13 March 2003.
  • 2004 UEFA Europol Final:The stadium also hosted a game of football at Euro 2004 which was played between Portugal and Greece in 2004.
     

Royal Palace of Brussels
The Royal Palace of Brussels is one of the country's most important historical and architectural landmarks. The palace is located on the prestigious Place des Palais, only a few steps away from the Grand Place. It was built in 17th century and served as a residence for the Habsburgs until King Leopold II.


Cultural Events & Festivals
Every year Brussels celebrates its National Day for two weeks in September with free concerts and theatre performances happening at many different locations across town. A day can be taken to explore these events!


And with more than 1,500 restaurants and cafes, you’ll want to pop in every once in a while. The city is also known for its rich food culture, from classic sandwiches to everything from frites (french fries) to waffles and wafels (fried balls of dough). Its vibrant nightlife scene also includes live music venues and clubs.


Helpful Tips When Visiting Brussels
Brussels is a place where the past and the present come together seamlessly. In this article, we’ve compiled a list of things to keep in mind while visiting the city.

  • Dress well– It is always essential to dress well wherever you go. The same applies to Brussels as it is considered smart and elegant.
  • Plan ahead –To avoid any uncertainties or surprises, plan your travel in advance so you know everything that will happen and when.
  • Stay safe –No matter where you are, it is essential to stay safe and aware of your surroundings at all times. The same applies to Brussels as there are many tourists visiting the country every day and you should be cautious around them too.
  • Get acquainted with some French words –Although English might be considered more widely spoken language than French across Belgium, it would be wise for tourists not to rely solely on English as they can end up being misunderstood by locals or find themselves unable to interact properly with people who speak French
  • Do research on the best shops and restaurants in Brussels beforehand.This way, you’ll know where to go when you want something specific for your taste.
  • Check the weather before going there.Be sure that you pack your raincoat if it rains a lot there or bring clothes for all seasons just in case.
  • Be prepared for high pricesas Belgium is one of the most expensive countries in Europe. Prepare enough budget so that nothing will surprise you once you get there.
     

Best Time To Visit Brussels
The best time to visit Brussels is during the summer. It is the season when Brussels really comes to life with its annual flea markets, fairs and a variety of cultural events.


Spring and autumn are good times to visit as well because the weather remains mild and it also offers good opportunities for outdoor activities. However, if you're looking for family-friendly activities that can be enjoyed all year long then winter may be the best time for your trip!