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If I were to recommend a perfect and intense day to people who have just one day to spend in Brussels
Perfectly located in the center of the city, this 19th-century hotel boasts a somptuous lobby and café that have been restored to the Belle Epoque glory.
Discover the most authentic neighborhood of Brussels. Every morning, on the “Place du jeu de balle”, a flea market takes place. Once you have found a vintage lamp or mirror, get a simple breakfast from one of the popular cafes around the place.
Visit Notre Dame du Sablon, a masterpiece of neo-gothic architecture and enjoy one of the oldest neighborhood of Brussels, with beautiful old buildings. Get a look at antique shops and art galleries.
Fine Belgian Chocolate boutiques
Le Pain Quotidien is an organic bakery and communal table that was created in Brussels in the late 80s. Sells bread and pastries and serves tartines (open delicious sandwiches) and salads.
The Palace of Justice, Brussels’ law courts is an imitation of ancient Greek-Roman style and it dominates the city skyline.
Neo-classical palace where the king of Belgium does not reside but works. Brussels Park is a nice little city park in front of the royal palace and place royale
On your way down to the center of town, admire the Old England which now house the musical instruments museum.
Great example of gothic architecture from the 13th to 15th century, the magnificent cathedral is inspired by famous French cathedrals and has been restored in the 90s.
The Galeries Saint-Hubert are somptuous old-style, glass-roofed galeries in the center of town, boasting luxury shops, theaters, cafes and bookstores.
Considered one of the most beautiful medieval squares in Europe, the Grand Place is lthe heart of Brussels, where many historic buildings dating back from the 13th to 16th century are located.
Landmark of Brussels, although not so much interesting, this little statue of a boy peeing is a must-see for anyone visiting Brussels.
Narrow cobblestone street near the Grand Place, lined with seafood restaurant. Very tourist area but nice to see. To make sure to avoid a tourist trap, try mossels "Aux Armes de Bruxelles".
Nicely restored example of neoclassical architecture, the Monnaie/De Munt is the premier place of Belgium to enjoy opera performances
Belgian beer is world famous and these 3 landmark bars offer a large selection