Most famed for beer, waffles and chocolate, a quick stroll down any city street proves there is much more to Brussels than meets the eye … and mouth. Hailed as one of the most international cities in the world, Belgium’s fascinating capital is home to the European Union, more than 90 museums, countless parks and a multitude of chic eateries and bars, all of which put their own cultural stamp on the city. In creative Brussels, architecture is everything. While the magnificence of the Grand Place contrasts with 1960’s concrete developments and the EU’s sleek glass facades, on a smaller scale even the city’s streets sport an opulence and one-of-a-kind feel the city is known for. Multicultural and creative at its core, quirky and quintessential Brussels lured distinguished artists like Magritte, Van Gogh and MC Escher to its region with ease. And if it’s good enough for them, it’s definitely good enough for us.
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