Whether you want to admire Brussels' historic monuments, discover its museums or try the local gastronomy, there is always something to see or do in the capital of Europe!
An industrial district reborn as a trendy and sustainable neighbourhood
Dansaert and Sainte-Catherine
Trendy, lively neighbourhoods
The European Quarter
Brussels’s cosmopolitan (and cultural!) district
Train, tram, bus or metro: get around the city easily and quickly.
Day or night, grab a taxi and go wherever you want.
Electric or classic, get on a bike to discover the city in the fresh air!
Carpool or rent an electric scooter. Take a ride on a Tootbus or a boat.
All roads lead to Brussels. Plane, train, bus, car: the European capital is ultra-accessible!
Brussels Greeters are volunteers passionate about the Belgian capital. They offer unusual and fascinating tours in a relaxed atmosphere... and it's completely free!
You just arrived in Brussels and need some help finding activities? Maria, our Spanish expatriate and Greeter is here for you with her top tips !
Welcome to Brussels, the capital of the Kingdom of Belgium and of Europe. It is the heart of the European Union.
Benevolent spirits for some, the devil incarnate for others, emblematic symbols of freedom and independence par excellence... cats have transcended the ages and artistic styles with their characteristic casual elegance.
What if, to change things up a bit, you treated yourself to a visit of a with an original or even unusual atmosphere? This is your chance to make some new discoveries in some fascinating locations !
Brussels has always occupied a strategic location. On one side there was marshland and hills and lowlands on the other. The capital of Europe gradually grew in between these two areas.
Brussels has its fair share of impressive architecture. Here are some of the most beautiful brutalist spots in the capital, for those who are in need of a contemporary architecture fix.
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The best way to easily discover Brussels!
Free access to 49 Brussels museums
Discounts at attractions, shops, restaurants, bars and guided tours
Free information guide, city map and museum map
Optional: unlimited access to public transport, hop on hop off buses Tootbus and entry to the Atomium