Your travel guide for Brussels
The fate of Europe is decided in Brussels. But anyone who reduces the Belgian capital to its famous parliament is doing it an injustice. Whether the Atomium, the botanical gardens or the Marollen district with its antique dealers: In Brussels, modernity and the past come together and provide lively variety.
Those who love sweets will not want to leave the city again so quickly: You can’t get Belgian chocolates and Brussels waffles fresher anywhere. Clothing and jewelry lovers will find what they are looking for in the Louise, Porte de Namur and Bailli districts – there is something here for every budget and taste.