The capital city of Belgium, Brussels, is home to the world’s most luxurious chocolate and finest beers.
Were you ever a fan of the Smurfs or Tin Tin comic books? Well Brussels is the right place to be. Brussels is famous for its comics and even has a comic strip route where you can see some of the most amazing murals dedicated to their great works.
People go to Brussels to see the art nouveau architecture as there’s plenty to see and experience. Masses of people flock to the Grand Place, Maison Saint Cyr, Maison Cauchie and the Palace of Justice - just to name a few.
In a small group of 10, you’ll be able to see the hidden gems of Brussels and learn more about this incredible city through your personal guide who will know the best places away from the busy crowds. This private tour can be tailored to what you and the others would like to see and visit, so ask your guide and get the experience you so desire.
March, April, May, September and October are the best months to visit Brussels. These are the months where the weather is mild and the rates of hotels and rooms cost less. Brussels experiences plenty of rain but it can reach 20 degrees and over in the peak of summer.
Brussels Beer Project, Brasserie Cantillon and En Stoemelings.
2 days is a nice amount of time for you to walk around the city, take in the grand sites and enjoy a delicacy or two.
The Manneken Pis fountain can be found southwest of the town hall. If you’re unsure and would like to find it, ask around, someone will point you in the right direction.
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