That little extra
Your discovery will begin at the Grand Place with its Town Hall and guild houses, then continue with the downtown district, Square Rogier.
Do not miss the “Galeries Royales Saint-Hubert”, the oldest enclosed shopping mall in Europe.
If you are an antique lover, linger in the Sablon district, but also in the picturesque streets of the Marolles district and the flea market on the “Place du Jeu de Balle”.
Brussels is a major nerve centre of European business and politics.
This is the place where decisions are made concerning European policy.
Its geographical position at the centre of one of the most dynamic regions of Europe and its status of European Union capital make the city a political center of international importance, which is a reservoir of highly skilled jobs in advanced tertiary activities.
The city is also home to universities that count several Nobel Prize laureates.
Brussels was the crucible of Art Nouveau as evidenced by many notable buildings.
But in addition to its numerous monuments, Brussels offers countless interests.