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What you should know about Schaerbeek

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Schaerbeek is one of 19 municipalities in the Belgian capital city of Brussels. Schaerbeek is home to numerous popular cosmopolitan neighborhoods, and it also offers visitors many historic sites to see. Start planning your Belgian holiday by searching for hotels in Schaerbeek, Brussels on Hotels.com today. Hotels.com also offers a travel blog with guides and tips to make your travel plans a breeze. Enjoy our easy booking process or call to speak with one of our many travel experts who are fluent in eleven languages! Once you've selected your hotel, read reviews from actual customers before you book to be sure you have the perfect place to host your vacation.

What's Schaerbeek, Brussels Like?

Explore the city on foot to take in the local art nouveau and art deco houses, including Maison Autrique, designed by Victor Horta and built in 1893. Schaerbeek's impressive town hall was inaugurated in 1887 by King Leopold II. Choose accommodations near the Schaerbeek railway station and spend a day exploring Belgium's national railway museum and Train World. Or make the time to see The Clockarium, a clock museum in the Schaerbeek area. Schaerbeek also offers visitors a mechanical organ museum and a beer museum. Take a walk in Parc Josaphat and enjoy the rejuvenating green space. Stroll along the river, see the park's beautiful statues, and relax for a picnic lunch.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Brussels

No trip to Brussels would be complete without tasting some of the area's local cuisine. Brussels is well-known for its waffles and chocolate, of course. You may not know, though, that Belgians claim French fries as their own. There are many locals who will tell you that fries were, in fact, invented in Belgium, not France. No matter who invented them, the Belgians do seem to know how to enjoy them! You can find venders called "frituur" or "friterie" all over the city selling takeout fries. Try your fries the Belgian way - with mayonnaise. Another local specialty is mussels cooked in white wine, onions, and celery - served with fries, of course! The locals in Schaerbeek, Brussels, do love their beer, as well. Brewers can be traced back as far as medieval times, when beer was made by monks and in abbeys. Today, you can taste as many as 300 varieties of beer in Belgium. Before you can enjoy all the Belgium has to offer, you will have to book your accommodations. Start at Hotels.com today by searching the best hotels in Schaerbeek, Brussels.

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