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- European Union Parliament Building
- Place du Grand Sablon
- Constant Vanden Stock Stadium
- Manneken Pis Statue
- Square Brussels Meeting Centre
- Berlaymont Building
- Van Buuren Museum
- NATO Headquarters
- Horta Museum
- King Baudouin Stadium
- Universite Libre de Bruxelles Solbosch Campus
- St. Catherine's Square
- Brussels Stock Exchange
What you should know about Brussels Grand Place
As both the modern civic center and the heart of the old city, finding hotels around Brussels Grand Place, Brussels is your key to a memorable Belgian adventure - and Hotels.com is here to help you find the best hotels no matter what your budget may be. Our selection of partner hotels in Brussels includes options in every price range, ensuring you can get a great deal. With Hotels.com's hotel ratings system, compiled from reviews by previous visitors, you'll be able to find places to stay in Brussels that best fit your style. And thanks to our collection of maps and photos for each location, you'll have all the information you need to make a choice you can be confident in. With a little help from Hotels.com, you'll be on your way to unlocking the magic of Brussels.
What's Brussels Like?
With your choice of Hotels.com's partner hotels around Brussels Grand Place, Brussels, you'll be right in the middle of the city's historic center, which is recognized as a World Heritage site. The Grand Place itself features many of the city's old guildhalls, as well as the historic Town Hall, and the Museum of the City of Brussels, which is located inside the Maison du Roi. When you are done there, take a relaxing stroll or bike ride through the beautiful Parc du Cinquantenaire if you like. Or, if you are feeling more whimsical, the Musée Magritte should be on your agenda, as the museum is dedicated to the career and works of surrealist artist and local icon René Magritte.
Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Brussels
Language is a complex issue in Brussels, with many streets and buildings having signs in both French and Dutch, and with English being a distant third in popularity and comprehension. Language itself is a touchy issue in Belgium as a whole, so bear that in mind. The city is easily walkable, but be prepared for rain or snow depending on the time of year. Perhaps most important to fitting in, though, is food and drink. Don't stop with just frites and chocolate, but try some more adventurous things as well, such as turbot waterzooi (fish in a cream and egg-based sauce). Brewing is also a strong and well-known local tradition, from the classic tripel to more esoteric local specialties such as kriek. With these reminders, along with a great place to stay thanks to Hotels.com's selection of partner hotels around Brussels Grand Place, Brussels, you'll be more than ready for your visit!
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