Hotels in Brussels, Belgium
- your base to discover the city.
Brussels is much more than the bureaucratic heart of Europe. In recent years the Belgian capital has made a name for itself with outstanding restaurants, vibrant nightlife and a thriving cultural scene.
Brussels' city centre is relatively small and easy to get around on foot or by metro. Most museums
, including the BOZAR and the Belgian Centre of Comic Strip Art, are a short walk from each other. For other Brussels activities
, think food and architecture. Enjoy some frites while strolling past the Art Nouveau Horta House, and sample cherry beer on the Grand-Place with views of the Gothic city hall. Modern Belgian cuisine is said to be rivalled only by that of neighbouring France, and Brussels' immigrant communities are adding their own spices to it.
Brussels hosts annual beer and jazz festivals when room reservations in Brussels are at a premium, so book well in advance. If you make use of car rental services in Brussels
, schedule some time to visit nearby Bruges City
, with its canals and 13th century cobbled streets.