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Brussels Jubilee Park

A city trip to Brussels is more than an experience. It is a city of legends and folklore, with surprisingly hip neighborhoods full of gastronomic delights, rustic parks and a very rich history! 

Brussels is the place to be for you if you are a fan of authentic cafes where you can taste the delicious Belgian beers. The numerous beautiful museums in the Mont des Arts district offer you a variety of art, from the romantic period to surrealism. Car-free and extensive shopping can be done in the beautiful Nieuwstraat and anyone who is fond of Art Nouveau architecture can indulge themselves here!   

Brussels is a bustling and lively city, yet has managed to retain its authenticity. She is also much greener than most think. Brussels has more than 8000 hectares of parks, forests, squares,...! 

You never get bored here. Music and arts festivals are organized all year round and interesting and varied programs are offered in the characteristic theaters and cinemas.


  • The Sablon district: Here you can marvel at the luxurious galleries and boutiques, the classy brasseries and the delicious chocolate shops! 

  • St-Gillis: A somewhat alternative and cozy neighborhood where vintage and bobo amateurs find their niche. Have a coffee in one of the cozy cafes and enjoy the beautiful Art Nouveau architecture 

  • Museum district: In addition to the various museums, you will also find the Royal Palace and the Park Warande

  • The Marolles: the oldest working-class district in Brussels and according to many the coziest. 

  • Louise district & Châtelain: Stroll past the prestigious fashion houses on the Waterloo and Avenue Louise and discover 'Paris in miniature' in Châtelain

  • Historic centre: The Grote Markt, Manneken Pis, the Sint-Hubert Galleries and all kinds of small shops with various trinkets. The most famous attractions can be found here 

  • European Quarter: Perhaps not the most charming district of Brussels, this is where most expats stay. You can take a look at the European institutions or go dancing near Place Luxembourg 

  • Ixelles: You will discover that Brussels is multicultural in the African district of Matonge. You will also find colorful restaurants and very nice cafes in trendy Sint-Bonifaas. 

  • Dansaert district: One of the most dynamic districts of the city. Several designers settled here a few years ago and today the district is known as the trendiest area of ​​Brussels, full of fashion and design hotspots


  • Brussels delicacies are: beer, chocolate, pain à la greque, mussels, chicory, green eel, caramels, roasted chestnuts, the real Brussels waffle or pressed cup

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