Brussels, Belgium

SATURDAY JULY 15TH

  • Rue Neuve: pedestrian only shopping street in the heart of the city
  • Fin de Siècle: restaurant known for its traditional Belgium food
  • Delirium Cafe: famous bar with over 2,000 types of beer

MONDAY JULY 17TH

  • St. Nicholas Church
  • Chocopolis: Belgium chocolate tasting
  • Au Brasseur: beer tasting with 15 beers
  • Manneken Pis: statue of a peeing boy that has been famous since it’s creation in 1619; he even gets little outfits for special events
  • Grand Place: the central square of Brussels (and top tourist attraction); surrounding buildings include the Town Hall, Museum of the City of Brussels, and Guildhalls which date back to the 1600s
  • Les Galeries Royales: 19th century shopping gallery

TUESDAY JULY 18TH

  • Atomium: built for the 1958 Brussels World Fair, this structure is located outside of downtown and offers average views of the city
  • Rue Antoinne Dassart: one of the best shopping streets in the city

 

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