- Do & See
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- Museums & visits
Comic Strip House
Celebrating the greatest masters of the Belgian school of comic strip (Marcinelle), this place puts on permanent and temporary exhibitions of famous comic strip heroes. Meet Gaston, Spirou, Lucky Luke, the Smurfs and many others, who all emerged from the pen of the greatest Belgian cartoonists.
Here you find other ideas for places to visit or events to do in Brussels, not taking into account the appreciation of other visitors for these places, nor for the area, the profile or the same experience.
Husa President Park is a 10-min drive from Brussels Expo and a 5-minute walk from Metro station Rogier. The hotel has wellness facilities and a large garden.
240 beds. The hostel stands right in the centre of Brussels (shopping streets and metro nearby)...
Located in the heart of Brussels, in a majestic Art Nouveau building, created by Victor Horta in 1906, the Belgian Comic Strip Center opened its doors to the public on October 6th 1989.
The museum offers visitors an educational, thematic and scientific tour through the history of medicine via the medium of art. More than 800 items illustrate the development of medical concepts...
The Fovel distillery, also called "Maison Fovel" was founded in 1864 by Joseph Fovel, it is the only one still active in region of Brussels.