Located near to the European Quarter, and just a stone’s throw from the world famous Grand Place, this chic four star hotel offers its guests tastefully decorated rooms with fully renovated bathrooms, complete with high speed internet, cable television and climate control. Rooms also benefit from daily housekeeping and room service is of course available. Whether travelling for business or leisure, this warm and welcoming hotel is a great option for a luxury base! Don’t miss out on this great hotel, ‘Exceptional deal, exceptional garden! – 4 star – Brussels’.
Famed for it’s beer, Brussels is the perfect city to indulge in a good old pub crawl, or why not book yourself onto Local Brussels beer Tours? Let an expert guide take you off the beaten track to lesser known hang out spots in this charming metropolis and try a range of craft beers you’ll be hard pushed to find abroad. If you’re travelling with friends, the tour is also a great way to meet other travellers and even carry on the night afterwards at one of the nightclubs such as The Music Village.
Looking for a fun day out with the kids? The Museum of Natural Sciences in the city includes Europe’s biggest dinosaur gallery with information on excavations of fossils and 30 fossilised Iguanodons as one of the major highlights. Besides dinosaurs, there’s also an impressive selection of taxidermy, animal skeletons, including those of a whale, and a creepy crawly section that’s sure to entertain little ones. If you happen to be visiting during the warmer months, then Oceade is Belgium’s best loved waterpark with a range of slides, tubes, pools and Jacuzzis as well as an aqua fun house. There’s even a sauna where the adults can chill!
The magical city of Brussels transports visitors back in time, with its quaint squares, historic buildings and traditional markets. Rue de Bouchers is a pretty street with 17th century stepped gables, enticing cafes and stunning displays of seafood on mountains of ice along the pavement. If you’re looking for somewhere to eat, Chez Leon is famed for its mussels whilst Aux Armes de Bruxelles is good option to try traditional Belgian food.
If you’re visiting the city during Christmas time, you’re in for a treat! With spectacular light and sound shows taking over the Grand Place by night, and an abundance of traditional market stalls selling stocking fillers and gastronomic treats galore- you won’t want to leave! But whenever you manage to get to this charming city, you won’t be disappointed!