Brussels City Breaks - Tullys Travel

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  • Duration (nights):
    • Adults:
      16+ years
    • Teenagers:
      12-15 years
    • Children:
      2-11 years
    • Infants:
      0-23 months

Brussels is the centre of European culture and institutions, the city has much more to offer than most people imagine. Apart from its famous chocolates and beers, there are almost 90 museums, beautiful parks, architecture, bars and much more. 

Sightseeing Brussels is best during the day so in the evening you can enjoy creative and atmospheric restaurants and bars. Brussels is safe and people are cultured so walking around is a pleasure. Still, best way to see Brussels attractions is the well-known Hop on Hop off tour bus.

For the traveler who prefers to see the sights rather than bury his nose in a travel guide, there are guided sightseeing and topic tours available all over Brussels. Most of them have multilingual guides available who speak English, French, German, Dutch, Russian and Arabic.

The key tip is to know which area of the city to go to for which activity and then utilise the fantastic public transport system to experience them.

The most famous Brussels attractions are the Grand Place, the Peeing Boy (Mannekin Pis) and the Atomium. Other great attractions include the Palais de Justice, the Royal Palace area and countless museums and parks all over the city. The hidden treasures include monuments and structures preserved from the middle-ages all around the city.

Belgium as a whole might be known best for its chocolate and beer, but Brussels itself is most often mentioned in connection with the European Union and other international institutions.

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