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The capital of the European Union is abuzz with political activity and home to impressive architecture and cobblestones and fountains. A stately yet modest city, Brussels represents the quintessential 21st century European collision of modernity and history. Packed with lively squares and steely skyscrapers, breathtaking cathedrals in the old Town as well as bustling nightclubs, Brussels should enrapture you in no time at all.

Grand Place in Brussels
Brussels night lights

The centre of the city is the vibrant Grand Place square, pulsating with the energy of tourists, officials, street artists and musicians. The centre of the square is enveloped by a row of striking gilded houses One of the most memorable and beautiful squares in Europe, it contains architectural wonders ranging from the Romanesque Cathedrale St. Michele to the tower of the Hotel de Ville and the Maison du Roi.

The world famous bronze statue of a peeing boy, Manneken Pis, is not only an amusing local sight but a representative of Belgium’s illustrious history. And after visiting the Atomium, make sure you also take a tour around the chocolate boutiques of Brussels, and taste some of the finest chocolates!

Best time to travel to Brussels

Best Time to visit

Brussels has a mini-London weather pattern, therefore if you are visiting prepare for all kinds of weather, and especially rain. Generally, spring and autumn are mild, summer days can be warm and sunny, while winter days can feel chilly. The best time to visit is May and June, with usually warm and pleasant weather for strolls around the city, but hotel prices tend to be high. In autumn, because of the many event happenings of the European Committee, hotel prices get high, therefore it is advised to book in advance.

Budget Hotel areas in Brussels

Budget Hotels Areas

Brussels has a huge choice of hotels, catering for a full range of clientele from backpackers to the top Euro-elite and visiting dignitaries. Some are highly individual guesthouses or boutique hotels; others are huge, sleek international hotels that could be anywhere. Whatever the scale, the service offered is excellent. Travellers coming for pleasure rather than EU business would be best advised to select a hotel in central Brussels, where there is plenty of choice for all budgets.

Selected Hotels in Brussels

Sofitel Brussels Europe Hotel
Sofitel Brussels Europe
Etterbeek, Brussels

«Great location in Etterbeek, easy to reach by car, situated on Jourdan Square…»

Bradfordlad, United Kingdom

«Excellent location to the EU quarters, comfortable room and a superb breakfast…»

Elaine, Malta
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NH Collection Brussels Grand Sablon Hotel
NH Grand Sablon
City Centre

«Breakfast was superb. The best buffet in a large hotel I have experienced…»

Mark, United States

«Very comfy beds and a great breakfast selection. Staff were helpful and moved me…»

Madeleine, United Kingdom
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The Hotel Brussels in Brussels
The Hotel Brussels
City Centre

«Great location. Breakfast was very good, great choice. On our 2nd night the…»

Noel, Ireland

«The rooms are exceptional, the beds are the best I have ever slept in and…»

John, United Kingdom
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9Hotel Central in Brussels
9Hotel Central
City Centre

«Was a very nice place. Minimalist, but with a lot of texture, modern, clean, refreshing…»

Bahar, Turkey

«Good simple hotel right in the center of Brussels. Central station is literally…»

Sofia, Spain
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Brussels City Centre Hotels
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Top Attractions in Brussels

Magritte Museum in Brussels
Belgium’s most loved surrealist, René Magritte, has now Musée Magritte dedicated to his works. The museum opened in 2009 and houses over 250 artworks.
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Grand Place in Brussels
Europe’s most picturesque square, Grand-Place is surrounded by baroque and gothic guildhalls and the stunning 315 foot (96 meter) Brussels Town Hall.
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Brussels Royal Palace
The Palace was built in 1775 at the southern end of the Parc de Bruxelles and now houses state rooms, where large receptions are held.
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Cinquantenaire Park in Brussels
A large public park, the Cinquantenaire Park (or “Parc du Cinquantenaire” as it is known in French) is dominated by buildings built for the 1880 National Exhibition.
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Top Things to do in Brussels

Tours and Sightseeing in Brussels
Tours & Sightseeing
Day Trips and Excursions in Brussels
Day Trips & Excursions
Shopping and Fashion tours in Brussels
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Food Wine and Nightlife in Brussels
Food, Wine & Nightlife
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