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Where to go Brussels
 
Where to go in Brussels, where to go in Belgium and visit the best places in Brussels
 

Where to go in Brussels and visit the best places in Brussels, Belgium. Get inspired by attractive ideas and find tips here.

 
As a user of Event1001 you are looking for best ideas and city tips for your daytrip, convention, special events or a business trip in Brussels. Just have a look on this Where to go in Brussels page of Event1001 and maybe you will find new tips when you visit Brussels, Belgium.
 
Tip 1: Grand Place: with the best baroque guildhalls, museums, pavement cafes, chocolate shops and intimate cellar restaurants.
 
Tip 2: Museum dÁrt Ancien: here you find work of the Flemish Primitives with work by Rogier van der Weyden, Dirk Bouts, Hans Memling and Gerard David. And of course the Mysterious Fall of Icarus by Pieter Breugel.
 
Tip 3: Museum Magritte: the house were Rene Margritte and his wife lived, Belgium's most famous surrealist artist.
 
Tip 4: Mini Europe: with over 350 miniature scale models from Europe's best-known architectural highlights like the Cathedral of Santiago de Compostella, London’s Big Ben and Paris Pompidou Centre.
 
Tip 5: Pierre Marcolini: the wunderkind of Belgian chocolate makers, whose pralines include melt-in-your-mouth ganaches (cream-filled chocolate) made from exotic teas.
 
Tip 6: Musee Royale de Lármee et d'Histoire Militaire: with an extensive area of weapons, uniforms, vehicles, warships and documentation dating from the Middle Ages through to Belgian independence an the mid-20th century.
 
Tip 7: Mueseum of Ancient Arts: it houses collections of ancient and modern art with works by Pieter Breugel the Elder, Rubens and the Belgian surrealists. With highlights of 15th an d 16th centuries from Hans Memling and Hieronymous Bosch.
 
Tip 8: Rene: an authentic family friterie restaurant. Here they are frying and refrying the frites, preparing a succulent filet américain and dishing up steaming cauldrons of mussels and other Belgian specialities to an appreciative local audience.
 
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