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Brussels, the administrative capital of Europe and EU powerhouse, enjoyed its moment of greatest glory in the Middle Ages. Founded in the 10th century, it became famous for its cloths, linen and tapestries. Keep reading and see what places and hotels we recommend in Brussels! [...] Ver más +

Hotels in Brussels

Book a room in one of the best hotels in Brussels and soak up the charm of one of Europe's loveliest capital cities. Combine your time in Brussels between its medieval past and well-preserved buildings and enjoying the cosmopolitan hub of continental political and financial life. 

Your look around the city can start at Grand Place, one of the most beautiful squares in the world. Dozens of buildings surround the square, creating an impressive architectural ensemble. Close by is one of the main symbols of Brussels, Manneken Pis, a little boy urinating into a basin. The statue’s female counterpart is Jeanneke Pis. Your morning walk from one of our hotels in Brussels will take you to the Palace of Justice

In the historical centre you’ll find Brussels Cathedral, the art-deco Sacred Heart Basilica and the Gothic Notre Dame du Sablon, a pilgrimage point during the Middle Ages. 

For a moment of relaxation in the centre of the city, head to Brussels Park. Beside it is the majestic Royal Palace. The royal family doesn't live there today but it continues to be their official seat. 

The Atomium is, together with Manneken Pis, the city's most recognisable symbol, even abroad. Designed and built for the 1958 Expo it can't be missed. 

If you want to soak up the EU spirit, check out the European Quarter, where the Parliament stands, and Mini Europe, a park with more than 350 scale models of different landmarks and symbols from the EU's leading cities, which you can enjoy after booking a stay at one of the hotels in Brussels.

Very close to Brussels are Ghent and Bruges, two wonderfully preserved medieval cities, and if you like beer we suggest a tour of thebeer abbeys, but if you don't have time you can always sample one of the many fine local brews in the centre of the city, for example at À la Mort Subite. If chocolate is your weakness, stop off at the Museum of Cocoa and Chocolate for an entertaining explanation about chocolate, where you can see and taste delicious examples. A great thing to do if you're travelling with kids...or without!

During your visit to Brussels you should try moules frites, the chips you can buy in any friterie, some of the 80-plus varieties of cheese or the famous chocolate. Wash it all down with an abbey beer, of course. 

The different range of hotels in Brussels is close to the bars with menus featuring an extensive selection of beers to sample.
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    Grand Place

    This is the main square in Brussels. It is the most architecturally acclaimed and the most popular, with tourists staring upwards to take in its majesty. Close by are our hotels to spend the night in and have a hearty breakfast to set you up for seeing this enchanting city.
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    Manneken Pis

    A small statue that has been stolen on various occasions over the years and during wars. People dress him up in different outfits on special occasions. Did you know that in the old days the water was swapped for wine or beer?
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    Downtown Brussels

    Major landmarks to be found in the heart of Brussels include Grand Place, for many the most beautiful square in Europe, the small statue of Manneken Pis and a store you will love - Maison J. Dandoy, where you can try the famous Belgian Speculoos biscuits.
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