Tour guide in Bruxelles
Solvay Library Brussels
The Solvay Library is an old and famous venue in Brussels. Many diners, receptions and conferences... Read more
Brussels Town Hall
Brussels’ Town Hall is located on the « Grand Place » and is one of the major masterpieces of 15th... Read more
The « Botanique » was opened in 1984 in Brussels. It is the French Community Cultural Centre. It... Read more
Magritte Museum Brussels
The Magritte Museum is located on the Place Royale. It has got the most complete collection of work... Read more
Musical Instrument Museum Brussels
The Musical Instrument Museum in Brussels has been created in 1877. It is one of the greatest in the... Read more
Natural Science Museum Brussels
The Belgian Natural Science Museum presents numerous different species and their evolution through... Read more
The Centre for Fine Arts is a multidisciplinary museum dedicated to art and culture in Brussels.... Read more
Tintin Walk Brussels
Georges Prosper Remi, better known under the name of Hergé, was born in Brussels. He is the famous... Read more
The Planetarium of the Royal Observatory of Belgium
It is one of the largest planetariums in Europe offering the discovery of the sky.... Read more
Art Nouveau Walk Brussels
Brussels is famous for its Art Nouveau Heritage. This movement originates from Brussels with the... Read more
The MannekenPis Brussels
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Belgian Chocolate Village
This is one of the largest spaces dedicated to chocolate in Europe. The Belgian Chocolate Village is... Read more
Georges Prosper Remi, better known under the name of Hergé, was born in Brussels. He is the famous author of the Tintin comic strips.
Brussels is famous for its Art Nouveau Heritage. This movement originates from Brussels with the architect Victor Horta.
Belgium is famous for its talented comic strip artists and for the Ninth Art. During your stay in Brussels, why not go for a comic strip walk and meet your favourite characters!
In the South of Brussels, you will discover another side of the city. Discover the Marolles and Sablon districts during your stay in Brussels.