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Around the Atomium

 

How can you cover Europe in a single trip? Follow the guide… Head to the north of Brussels with the Atomium in your sights: this is undoubtedly the Brussels monument that’s been the most famous worldwide since 1958 and the World Fair. Sparkling since its renovation in 2005, this symbol of our city hosts numerous exhibitions. In its upper sphere, a restaurant area offers a 360° view over the whole of Brussels and far beyond. An extraordinary attraction awaits you at the foot of this giant: Mini-Europe. All the member States of the European Union are represented here by their famous monuments reproduced right down to the tiniest details. Here, you move around from country to country from one magnifi cent scale model to another. Adults can’t believe their eyes, while children get an enjoyable geography lesson while having fun at the same time. The interactive centre “Spirit of Europe” gives you a chance to test your knowledge of Europe. Nearby, Bruparck is a village for relaxation and refreshments and the Planetarium offers you a fl ight into the galaxy. You can also head for the Orient by visiting the Japanese Tower and the Chinese Pavilion nestling in the park of the Royal Castle of Laeken (residence of the royal family) or treat yourself to a break in the leafy-green setting of Osseghem Park to admire its surprising open-air theatre.

 

 

 

 

Other informations

Atomium
Square de l’Atomium - 1020 Bru
Tel.: +32 (0)2 475 47 75
press contact: Inge Van Eycken
inge.vaneycken@atomium.be
www.atomium.be

Planetarium
Av. de Bouchout 10 - 1020 Bru
Tel.: +32 (0)2 474 70 50
www.planetarium.be

Océade
Tropical water park.
Bruparck - 1020 Bru
Tel.: +32 (0)2 478 43 20
www.oceade.be

Mini-europe
Bruparck - 1020 Bru
iNFOliNe Tel.: +32 (0)2 474 05 50
press contact:
Philippe Van Steenbergen
philippe.steenbergen@minieurope.eu
www.minieurope.eu

Kinepolis and its 24 cinemas
Bd. du Centenaire 20 - 1020 Bru
www.kinepolis.be

the restaurants and
cafés of bruparck

Osseghem Park

the Friterie and
brasseries on boulevard
du Centenaire

Parc of laeken

Museums of the Far east:
Chinese Pavilion, Japanese Art
Museum

Japanese tower
Avenue Van Praet 44 - 1020 Bru
Tel.: +32 (0)2 268 16 08
press contact: Bart Suys
Tel.: +32 (0)2 741 73 00
bart.suys@kmkg-mrah.be
www.kmkg-mrah.be

King baudouin stadium
and its discovery trail
Av. de Marathon 135/2 - 1020 Bru
Tel.: +32 (0)2 474 39 46
www.staderoibaudouin.be

Parckdesign at
the Jardin du Fleuriste

the Hop on Hop off red
double-decker buses take you
there and back to the city
while providing a commentary
along the way.

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