If you’re arriving late, or catching an early flight, staying at this Secret Hotel located near Brussels National Airport is a great choice. The city centre is also easily reached, as are the NATO headquarters, so you’ll still be able to see lots of the city but with the convenience of the airport nearby. The hotel also offers free airport transfers, free internet in the lobby and parking should you be hiring a car during your stay. Guest rooms are tastefully decorated and benefit from connecting rooms, climate control and mod-cons such as coffee and tea making facilities, high speed internet and trouser press. This deluxe four star hotel is a great option for both leisure and business travellers as it offers a fully equipped business centre alongside a fitness center with sauna and Jacuzzi so you can relax and come away fully rejuvenated. For luxury and comfort next to the airport look no further.
Treat the children to a show at one of Brussel’s last surviving puppet theatres, Le Peruchet. Enter a stone farmhouse and behind thick curtains you will discover a world of fantasy and fables through beautifully made puppets in bright colours. Although shows are in French, the spectacular performances are guaranteed to keep you and your family entertained- a unique highlight not to be missed!
Belgium is famous for its beer, and what better way to become acquainted with the capital than a Beer Walking Tour. Whether you’re on a romantic getaway or a holiday with friends, the tour is sure to entertain- and you may even learn a thing or two about the brewing industry! You’ll discover the country’s beer heritage as you tour the best known breweries in the city, with plenty of samples as you go round. You’ll also go in a few of the city’s best loved watering holes where you can pair your tipple with a cheeseboard to get the most out of the fruity brews and artisan flavours.
Art lovers should find time to visit the Magritte Museum, situated in the Place Royale, this art museum celebrates the life and work of the surrealist artist Rene Magritte. Filled with over 200 works, including sculptures, paintings and sketches as well as some of his work experimenting with film and photography. The building is also of interest because it is where the artist and his wife lived for nearly 24 years, and the ground floor has been restored to how it would have looked like during his lifetime there. There is also an annual temporary exhibition here showcasing surrealist and abstract works by other artists.