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 awe 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!
Museums and shopping: your weekend getaway is complete in BrusselsThe Royal Museums of Fine Arts opened the new René Magritte museum in the centre of Brussels just a couple of years ago. In the Belgian Royal Museums of Fine Arts, which were established two centuries ago, about twenty thousand paintings, sculptures and drawings are collected.
Shopping in BrusselsAre you always attracted to antique streets, squares and markets in a city? In Brussels you will find what you are looking for. From large antique stores to small vintage shops and interior dealers. But we warn you: the offer is diverse and extensive. We cannot be held responsible for the hoard of curiosities and other treasures you might find yourself hauling home!All in all: Brussels is a lively city with a vast array of stores, a variety of quality restaurants, picturesque streets and charming squares!
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The Grand-Place of Brussels is regarded as one of the most beautiful squares in the world. And we do understand why.The City Hall, the Maison du Roi and the many guild houses; this place is known for it's aesthetic wealth. Sit on one of the terraces, look around and enjoy all the activities on the square. Visit events like the Flower Carpet, the Ommegang or see the most beautiful lightshows that are given.
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A museum dedicated to Belgian comics. With an exhibition about how comics are made, a space focused on the cartoon and a 'window of the imaginary'. That's the Comic Strip Museum in Brussels.
Belgium is the homeland of Tintin , Willy and Wanda (Suske en Wiske) , Nero and many other paper heroes. Brussels has a long tradition of murals. The strip 2009 the City expanded its comic book route with two or three frescoes . This fascinating comic route takes you from drawing by the city of Brussels to drawing and makes your image of the city complete!
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He is 58 cm tall; Manneken Pis, the mischievous guy who is about to urinate near the Grand Place.
On special occasions he urinates beer, wine or even milk. He also has a special outfit on special days. He even has an official dresser ! His wardrobe is found in the Museum of the City of Brussels ( Grand Place ), 100 of the 900 items of clothing are displayed there.
Did you know that there is a female version of Manneken Pis ? Jeanneke is located in a side street of Rue des Bouchers .
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