The Grand-Place, Manneken Pis, the Atomium, the Antoine Dansaertstraat or the Royal Palace, anyone can name at least one sight in Brussels. But there is so much more to discover in this amazing city: museums, restaurants, an an inspiring cathedral, authentic Belgian cafés and countless amazing shops and boutiques. One weekend is usually not long enough to see all of this magnificent city. Luckily, the doors of our gorgeous hotel rooms are always open for you!
The Grand Place in Brussels is considered to be one of the most beautiful squares in the world. And we understand why. The City Hall, the Bread House and the many guild houses; all buildings radiate a historical richness. Enjoy one of the terraces, look around and enjoy the activities on the square.
An entire museum dedicated to the Belgian comic strip. With, among other things, an exhibition about how comics are made, a space directed to the cartoon film and an 'Uitstalraam van de Verbeelding'. That is the Comic Strip Museum in Brussels.
58 cm tall; Manneken Pis, the mischievous little man who is peeing not far from the Grote Markt. On special occasions he pees beer, wine or even milk. He also has a special outfit on special days.
The Royal Museums of Fine Arts opened a new René Magritte Museum in the center of Brussels. The Royal Museums of Fine Arts of Belgium, which are two centuries old, store around twenty thousand paintings, sculptures and drawings.