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Where to stay in Brussels

Exploring Brussels

This French, Dutch, Spanish and English speaking capital is of huge historical significance dating back to the 10th century. The city is split into 19 districts. It is a centre for international political institutions such as the European Union and North Atlantic Treaty Organization. Fall in love with this quintessential European village style capita, full of luxury chocolates, delicate lace and beer. With over 175 nationalities here, Brussels is a real cosmopolitan hub.


Accommodations in Brussels

There is a range of options for all travelers. The most popular hotel in Brussels is the Hooome, which has been booked 5 times from our Hotels.com verified guests. Our guests also highly recommended Louise sur cour in Brussels as it has been reserved 5 times.


Sightseeing in Brussels

- European Quarter


Glass and steel skyscrapers crowd the horizon in the 21st- century European Quarter, where the city’s policymakers convene behind the gleaming façades of the European Union Commission and EU Council. Trône and Schuman metro stations serve the neighbourhood, which lies east of the city centre and is home to some of Brussels’ smartest hotels. The Brussels Park, overshadowed by the stately Royal Palace, lies to the west. Bordering the district to the east is Cinquantenaire Park, where a triumphal arch looms above flower-strewn lawns. Here you’ll find the Royal Military Museum and the motor-mad AutoWorld Museum.


- Brussels CBD


All roads in Brussels’ medieval city centre lead to the mighty Grand’Place, recalling centuries past with its step-gabled guild houses and ornate Town Hall. Lanes fanning out from the square hide shops, restaurants, cafés and the much-photographed Mannekin Pis statue. Further east is Brussels Central, a major railway and metro station, and the Gothic Cathedral of St Michel and St Gudule. Edge north-west for great-value seafood restaurants on buzzy Place Saint Catherine and Belgian fashion on boutique-lined Rue Antoine Dansaert. Or head south for the weekend antiques market on elegant Place du Grand Sablon and world-class collections at the Royal Museums of Fine Arts.


Transportation in Brussels

Located right in the center of Europe, there are many ways to get into Brussels whether it be by air, road and rail connections. If you are flying in, it takes only 20 minutes from the airport to the city centre. And when you have arrived, it's easy to move around the compact city, by public transport or on foot.


Brussels travel guides

Brussels Travel Guides