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While Brussels is the capital of Belgium and the European Union, visitors who choose to skip over on the rest of this small country are missing out on the best it has to offer. There is much to see in Brussels, but the true medieval charm cities are tucked away in… read full article

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There is a lot of things that you can say about the city of Brussels where being a favorite tourist destination is concerned. The architecture, the mixed cultural base, the history, and of course the Belgium cuisine are all great reasons to visit the city. However, for many international travelers as well as the locals, it is the beers that hold the allure for a lot of people who have never experienced what Brussels has to offer. The following is a list for our top picks where Brussels breweries are concerned.

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Brussels, Belgium’s capital city and its largest urban area, is a city to be explored on foot and preferably with a map in hand, in case you lose your way and have to ask for directions. This city has been around since the 14th century and historical buildings line its streets alongside today’s high-rise modern structures.If you are in Brussels for a day there is plenty you can do to cover the city without getting the feeling of having rushed through it all. Here are some of the sights to see, places to eat and things you must do in Brussels.

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Brussels is a lot of things; the capital of Belgium, the stronghold of the European Union, but best of all for travelers with a sweet tooth, Brussels is sanctuary of chocolate! Belgians are big fans of anything sweet. And for all sugar fans going to Brussels here is a list of must try desserts.

Brussels Belgian Waffle

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For those of you who have never visited Brussels, Belgium, before and are planning a vacation there in the near future, you are definitely in for a number of treats to take advantage of when you are visiting the city. For one of the largest cities in Western Europe, Brussels will surprise you with all of its hidden “treasures” as there are tons to see and do when visiting. And don’t forget about the cuisine and shopping opportunities which are two of the primary reasons that so many people visit the city.

Brussels Belgium Building

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Brussels serves as the capital of Belgium and also the de facto capital of the EU (European Union). Additionally, it is the chief cultural, economic, financial, and historical hub of the country. But Brussels is also a popular destination for nightlife aficionados for international travelers. Like Germany, the beers and cocktails found in Brussels are nothing short of excellent and so are the different venues that serve them. Here are our choices for the best Brussels pubs and cocktail bars.

Brussels Belgium Night

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The capital of Belgium is the city of Brussels, completely surrounded by the Dutch speaking province of Flanders and oftentimes considered the capital of the European Union. The area sits at the crossroads of culture, namely the Germanic of the north and the Romance culture to the south. In so many words, Brussels is an archetypal “melting pot” of sorts, but it still retains its own unique character. Aside from the architecture, culture, and history of the city, there is much to be said about the Dutch cuisine.

Brussels Belgium Veggies

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Brussels is one of the European cosmopolitan cities. If you like meeting new people from all around the world, the capital of Belgium is one of the best options. Brussels is very famous for its Red Light District, the area in the city that you should avoid, especially if you are young woman traveling alone.

Brussels Belgium Palace

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Brussels, the capital of Belgium doesn’t belong to the world famous fashion cities. But as a capital of a country it is expected that all shopping addicts might find what they are looking for: boutiques, department stores, and also shopping malls with as many shops as possible under one roof. The main shopping district is located in the city center. Venere has found the best for you:

Brussels Palace

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For many international travelers as well as the locals, it is the beers that hold the allure for a lot of people travelling to Brussels. The following is a list for our top picks where Brussels breweries are concerned.

brussels beer

Brewer’s House – originally, this was the brewers of Brussels guild headquarters. Today, the Belgian Brewer’s Association is located in an 18th century mansion in the Grand Place in Den Gulden Boom. Today it is more of a museum, but it is well worth visiting because of the overview that it provides the visitor with of the history of the beer brewing industry in the city of Brussels. The museum is located in the cellar of this structure and the upper floors are always closed to the visiting public. read full article

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If you are planning a vacation to the city of Brussels, you definitely want to consider taking a few of their many historical tours that the city has to over. The city is revered as being the European Union’s de facto capital as well as being Belgium’s largest urban area. Originally designed as a fortress town in the 10th century, it has evolved into a metropolis of over one million residents. It is also the site of NATO’s headquarters as well as being the host city of numerous EU institutions.

Brussels Grand Palace

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Brussels Airport (BRU) is just 14 km outside the city of Brussels and it is easy to get to the city by train, by bus or by taxi.

bussels airport to brussels city center

The arrivals hall is located on level 2, departures are on level 3 and the promenade on level 4 has shops and cafés. The airport’s bus terminal is on level 0 and the train station one floor below it, on level -1. The information desk in the arrivals hall is open every day of the week from 6 am to 9 pm. If you’re planning to rent a car in Brussels, the airport’s car rental companies can also be found in the arrivals hall. read full article

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Whether you come to Belgium for its delicacies or not, whether you even like chocolate or not, doesn’t matter once you set foot in Brussels: You will try some chocolate. As you will soon find out, chocolate vendors are everywhere in the main tourist areas of downtown Brussels.
Belgian Chocolates

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Museum visits should not be redundant visions of the same collections. Especially on a holiday, it’s good to keep things light and mix things up.

Museum Music Brussels

The great thing about Brussels is that read full article

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The city of Brussels is over 1,000 years old (founded in 979 AD) and is Belgium’s capital city as well as the capital city of the European Union (EU) and serves as the economic and political administrative center for the European continent.

Street Market in Brussels

However, it is most renowned from a tourism aspect for the arts, cuisine, culture, and history. read full article

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