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Brussels, the "little world city", is at the center of Belgian and international economic, political and cultural life. It is home to the institutions of the European Union and the headquarters of the permanent council of NATO. Dynamic and multilingual, it is both culturally and economically important. Discover the varied offer of our aparthotels in Belgium and especially in the city of Brussels. You can benefit from services such as free Wi-Fi connection, luggage storage, buffet breakfast and a Nespresso coffee machine in your accommodation.
Your Brussels apartment hotel will offer you a wonderful stay.
Located a few steps away from the Midi train station, a strategic place for your travels in the city. In a cultural way you will be able to visit the Cathedral of Saints Michael and Gudule, the Church of Saint Catherine and many other places of worship. You can also visit the many museums of the city. The Art & History Museum or the King's House, Museum of the City of Brussels. To discover the city in a different way, first walk around the Grand-Place and then in the different districts, the Royal district, the Sablon district and the Marolles district, many other activities are proposed to you in Brussels.
LEISURE ACTIVITIES OF THE CITY OF BRUSSELS
To discover the city from a different point of view, take a stroll first to the Grand-Place, which is a condensed collection of Gothic style buildings with the City Hall and its 96-meter tower on top of which sits Saint Michael, the King's House and other buildings adorned with gilding: the House of the Dukes of Brabant, the King of Spain, the Golden Tree and many others. Then in the different districts, the Royal district, the Sablon district and the Marolles district, to discover the hidden treasures of Brussels. You can also stroll in the Halles Saint-Géry or the Galeries Royales Saint-Hubert, just behind the Grand-Place, this alley covered with a large glass roof, houses many stores and will make you want to put your hand in your wallet. Then let yourself be guided by the cartoon frescoes painted on the walls of Brussels. Belgium has given birth to a lot of comic book characters, including Tintin, Spirou, the Smurfs and Lucky Luke. So take the game of wanting to discover them all. Good luck, there are nearly 50 of them!
THE CULTURAL ACTIVITIES OF THE CITY OF BRUSSELS
The Cathedral of Saints Michael and Gudule and the Church of Saint Catherine amaze with their square. The cathedral will surprise you with its stained glass windows that make everyone agree on their beauty. Then, the Art & History Museum, built at the end of the 19th century, will take you on a fascinating journey through time and space, to meet the history of humanity and its civilizations. The King's House, Museum of the City of Brussels, will make you discover one of the masterpieces of Brussels which magnificently reflects the neo-gothic style of the 19th century. The building was listed in 1936 and is registered with the whole of the Grand-Place as a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 2000.