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What you should know about European Quarter

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Craving some scrumptious Belgian chocolate or waffles? Or maybe you are interested in learning more about the European Union and European parliament. Then Brussels, Belgium's European Quarter is an ideal vacation spot for you. Search for hotels in European Quarter, Brussels.'s large online selection of hotels ensure that you will find exactly what you are looking for. Read reviews from actual hotel guests to see which hotels have what you need to make your trip to Brussels the perfect Belgian getaway. Find discounts and special pricing so you can book your accommodations today at

What's the European Quarter in Brussels Like?

Brussels, Belgium's European Quarter is named so because it is known as the unofficial capital of Europe. While the European Union has no declared capital, Brussels hosts the official seats of the European Commission, Council of the European Union, and European Council. Head to Jourdan Square to find a nice selection of shops and restaurants. This part of the European Quarter is also home to the arc du Cinquantenaire, a park, that contains a triumphal arch built for the 50th anniversary of Belgium in 1880. Other destinations to take in when in this part of Brussels include the Parliamentarium and Notre Dame du Dablon, an amazing Gothic church. Find a place to stay near the Jardin du Petit Sablon and enjoy this beautiful square and its gardens. You can't leave Brussels, however, without seeing the Grand Palace. This square offers visitors shows, bars and cozy cafes, as well as its amazing architecture. A hotel in the European Quarter is a perfect base for exploring this delightful European city.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in European Quarter, Brussels

Belgians tend to be a quite formal society, shaking hands both when greeting and departing from someone's company. If a kiss on the cheek is offered, expect three kisses, alternating cheeks with each kiss. Do not point your finger at a Belgian local or snap your fingers in public, they find these actions to be rude. Always be on time, and most importantly, explore the local cuisine beyond waffles and chocolate. While these foods are delectable, they are not all the area has to offer. Give some of these favorites a try: anguilles au vert (eel in herb sauce), boudin noir (blood sausage) or hochepot (pork and mutton stew). Find the best hotels in European Quarter, Brussels on and start planning your amazing Belgian getaway today! Our website offers great options in premium locations as well an easy to use booking process.

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