Brussels by Walk
The city is quickly becoming a trendy spot for weekend getaways, layovers and holidays. Apart from its famous chocolates and beers there are many attractions that most visitors cannot begin to imagine. It is a centre of European culture, officially nicknamed ‘the European Village’, with almost 90 museums, beautiful parks, fascinating walks, trendy restaurants and bars.
We make a balade in the heart of Europe, visiting the most important places of Bruxelles: european neirborhood, triumph arch, autoworld, atomium, royal palace, sablon, justice palace, and the historical centre with the most beautiful place of Europe.
Most sights in Brussels are fairly close together, within reasonable walking distance of each other. The oldest part of town can have uneven cobblestone roads, but the rest of the city is fairly easy to walk. Many roads in the old town are closed to cars. Brussels has many wet days, and in winter small amounts of snow can make the ground slushy, so water-resistant footwear is a must if you will be out walking all day.