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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 Anderlecht
One of nineteen municipalities in the Brussels-Capitol region, Anderlecht sits in the southwest part of the region. Choose a hotel near The House of Erasmus or the Cantillon Brewery and plan to explore this historic part of Brussels. Search Hotels.com's selection of more that 200,000 hotels and enjoy our easy booking process, or call Hotels.com directly to speak with one of our travel experts. We have experts fluent in as many as 11 languages. Hotels.com's travel blog also offers travel guides and tips to make your travel planning a fun, easy process. Search for the best hotels in Anderlecht, Brussels at Hotels.com today.
What's Anderlecht, Brussels Like
At the center of the city, you'll find The Collegial Church of Saint Peter and Saint Guido. The church dates back as far as 1350. It's Romanesque crypt, however, dates back to the 10th century, making it one of Belgium's oldest. Go right next door to find an interesting local historical museum. Find a place to stay near the "House of Erasmus," which was built around 1450. You can also explore its medicinal garden. Visit the Cantillon Brewery. This gueuze museum is housed in a working brewery. Anderlecht also offers the China museum, housed in a convent. Spend a day at the Westland Shopping Center and check out the nearby Jean-Claude Van Damme statue. Explore the city on foot and enjoy all that Anderlecht has to offer.
Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Anderlecht, Brussels
While there are many different languages spoken in Anderlecht, Brussels, French is the most common. You will find that French is the language spoken in most restaurants, airports and shops. Most locals do know some English, though, and usually don't mind speaking it some. After you've thoroughly enjoyed your Belgian waffles, don't be tempted to leave a large tip. It is not customary to leave a big tip, as a service charge is usually included in your bill anyway. When riding on an escalator, stay to the right if you don't plan to walk (or run) up the escalator. Stay on the right side if you plan to just ride and leave the left for those in a hurry. As you explore the Anderlecht, Brussels area, don't be surprised to see dogs pretty much everywhere. It is common (and legal) to bring dogs into restaurants and on public transportation. The locals in Anderlecht are friendly and welcoming people who can't wait to share their city with visitors, so start your search for hotels in Anderlecht, Brussels at Hotels.com today.
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