Your stay in Brussels
Brussels, made for tourism
Brussels is multicultural, plurilingual, its population is cosmopolitan and the unexpected awaits you at every turn. No matter what time of year you visit, there’s always something happening: creativity here is contagious, good food is easy to find and the mood is festive. Add a dash of humour and a pinch of self-mockery and you have the recipe for the city’s legendary conviviality.
Less than two hours from Paris or London, its incomparable quality of life and the modernity of its infrastructures make it the No. 1 city for congresses, conferences, lobbyists or press correspondents. Capital of Europe, as well as of comic strips, surrealism, chocolate,
Art Nouveau and beer, it is also the greenest city. Its role and its talents may be on a vast scale, but it owes its very special charm to its human scale. It is an ideal size which enables it to adapt to your requirements or wishes, however ambitious they may be, and however long your stay. But judge for yourself: Brussels awaits you … and is already missing you.
Brussels capital of Europe, naturally multicultural
You will hear people talking all sorts of languages, come across Swedish businessmen and women, Italian MEPs, Finnish lobbyists, Spanish conference participants and German journalists. No doubt about it, you are in the heart of the European district. Opposite you, overlooking the treetops
of the Park Léopold, you will see the seat of the European Parliament, known locally as the ‘Caprice des Dieux’. And the place du Luxembourg/Luxemburgplein, place de Londres/Londenplein or place Jourdan/plein bustle daily with this cosmopolitanism. A little further away, the
Schuman district is home to the Berlaymont, the flagship building of the European Commission, and in its wake, the amazing meltingpot of the cultures that populate the capital.
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