La Grand Place (Grote Markt) is the central, geographic and historic heart of Brussels. Discover the square’s history and main buildings.
Bruges is a medieval fairy-tale town and Belgium’s most visited city with 7.8 million people exploring Bruges every year.
The famous Manneken Pis is a statue of a small boy urinating into a fountain’s basin. Discover why it has become the most renowned landmark of Brussels and its legend.
The Musical Instruments Museum in Brussels has over 7000 musical instruments from the Middle Ages to the present day. It is a worldwide point of reference.
Ghent is a stunning medieval city not far from Brussels and one of Belgium’s favourite places to visit. Find out Ghent’s top attractions and things to do.
The Atomium is for Brussels what the Eiffel Tower is for Paris. The monument was created for the World Fair exhibition and has become Belgium's symbol.
Le Palais de Justice (Justice Palace) in Brussels is one of the largest and most impressive buildings in Europe.
The Cinquantenaire Palace and Park of Brussels is a national landmark and was built for the Belgian independency in 1880.
The Galeries Royales Saint-Hubert were designed in 1847 making them the first glazed shopping arcade in Europe. Today, the Galeries Royales are still the most impressive and elegant.
Mini Europe is a miniature park with 350 miniatures that represent the most important landmarks from the countries in the European Union.