- Do & See
- To do
- Official guided tours
The targeted tours: The reign of Leopold II and 19th century Brussels
In the wake of the great king-builder Leopold II, you’ll discover the Jubilee Park (1880) and its prestigious museums: the Royal Museum of the Armed Forces and of Military history and the Royal Museum for Art and History. In a corner near the Great Mosque stands the neo-classical Horta Pavillion.
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.
Le Meridien Bruxelles is set opposite Brussels Central Station, a 5-minute walk from Grand Place. Most of the spacious rooms have city views. The guest rooms are warmly decorated with soft colours and furnishings.
The luxurious Le Plaza boasts a French-style façade and offers spacious rooms next to the City2 Shopping Mall.
This design hotel is set in the business district, a less than a 5-minute walk from the European Commission.
This luxurious Art Nouveau hotel is a 5-minute walk from Brussels-North Railway Station...
The 5-star Hotel Amigo boasts elegant rooms with designer features, on the corner of Grand Place. It combines modern facilities, a gym and an award-winning restaurant with a picturesque historic setting.