There are many attractions to see in Brussels; from strange humorous paintings to Grand-Place coffee shops. Here are some suggestions for visiting the sights of Brussels and the tourist attractions of Brussels. Brussels is considered in three directions, as the center of Flanders, the capital of Belgium and an important city in Europe. First, the city of Brussels was the only small castle and then became a market square and gradually became the most important economic, political, and cultural center of Flanders. Compositions in Brussels are abundant; from strange humorous paintings to Grand-Place coffee shops . Follow our suggestions list.
Grand Place is a world heritage site in UNESCO and the main tourist attractions in Brussels; however, it was not initially magnificent. The area was just a sandy beach between two small streams of water called broek sella, which changed to Brussels. The sandy beach was rebuilt and became the "Niedermerckt" (smaller market) selling French and English fabrics, French wines and German beer.
In the Middle Ages, wooden houses were built around the market, and in the fourteenth century, wealthy families began to build stone sculptures that led to market growth as the main office and commercial center. The construction of a municipality building took place in 1402, which is a political center. This place is where the palaces, monarchy and emperors were present, but it was also the place of execution.
Today, Grand Place is a splendid cobblestone of the Middle Ages, and is the centerpiece of the Brussels-based market. A great place to stay and enjoy and buildings that replace wooden houses. Many admirers have admired the beauty, including Victor Hugo and Bordeaux, who have been featured on its attractiveness.
There is a daily flower market between March and October, often accompanied by live concerts and nightlife displays, as well as Brussels attractions and tourist attractions in Brussels.
Every two years, in the third week of August (its next ceremony will be held August 12-15, 2016), Belgian Belgian cultivation will decorate the market place with a beautiful flower rug with about 750,000 begonias. The visitors are welcomed with a view of 3,200 feet from the wonderful plants of the plants.
This is a place where everyday business is done and is one of the most sophisticated places in Brussels, the main center of bars and local bars, which is an excellent example of a coffee shop in that area.
As you entertain the Grand Place, do not forget to visit the Gothic de Ville Hotel in Brussels. The construction of this place dates back to 1402 and is a civilian state. An attractive building with vaulted windows, towers and sculptures, including St. Michael's, is a statue of killing demons. If you are energetic, go up from the 96-meter Brabantine Gothic tower and enjoy the spectacular sights of the city and the sights of Brussels.
Opening hours: April, September: Tuesday and Wednesday 3:15 PM, Sunday: 10:45 am and 12:15 pm October to March: Tuesdays and Wednesdays 3:15 pm; English speaking tours: Wednesdays 3 Au , Sundays 10am and 2am
Entrance fee: EUR 5, free for children under 6 years of age.
The French name Maison du Roi is translated as the "House of Kings", although this building is a richly decorated masterpiece, there is no reward here. Flemish called it the "bread house" because it replaced the bread market of the city that existed hundreds of years ago, but today it is a tourist attraction of Brussels and the sights of Brussels.
The museum is dedicated to the history of Brussels, and if you've seen Manneken-Pis before, you can look at its costumes here. The history of Brussels has been said in three floors of the Middle Ages to date.
Address: Grand-Place (opposite Town Hall)
Opening hours: Tuesday to Sunday: 10am to 5pm (Tuesday to 8pm)
Holidays: January 1, May 1, November 1 and November 11, Dec. 25
Entrance fee: EUR 4 (free for those under 18 years old on weekends!)
Did you know that comic art per square kilometer from Belgium is more than any other country? If you like the cartoon, you may admire the museum dedicated to comics as one of Brussels's best attractions and tourist attractions. The Waucquez Warehouse, featuring a masterpiece of its kind, is designed by Victor Horta's modern design architect. You will be on a journey that the comic strip artist should make the concept of the idea. There are more than 5000 original designs and the main part is awarded to the famous hero of the Belgian cartoon (Tin Tin).
In fact, you can see six impressive, amazing and fun cartoon designs at the end of the city's gates. This plan has been ordered by the municipality. To get the map, go to the Tourist Office in the city hall.
Address: 20 Rue de Sables / Zandstraat
Hours: Every day, except Mondays from 10am to 6pm
Admission fee: Adults 8 Euro; 12 to 18 years 6 Euros; Less than 12 years 3 Euros.
The Heysel Park, located in the west of Brussels, is about leisure and leisure time. In 1985, the European Championship at Heysel Stadium killed several spectators in the tragedy. It has been rebuilt afterwards, and is named after Stade Roi Baudouin (King Baudouin Stadium) and is one of Brussels's most fascinating sights.
One of the most important parts of this Atomium Park. Created by André Waterkeyn, a striking 102-meter (335-ft) atom-shaped model made of chrome and steel. To admire this structure, take time to watch and enjoy the sheer majesty.
It was built in 1958 for the World Fair as the symbol of the atomic age. A detailed image of iron molecule is magnified 165 billion times. Includes nine 18-meter-wide steel cores featuring an exhibition in each.
It's probably more impressive than the outside, but there's a high-speed elevator with a glass ceiling that only takes 23 seconds to lift you up so that you can stop for a beer and a snack, look at the scenery and Then go down the escalator and see different classes.
Atomium address: Du Centenaire Boulevard, Laeken
Hours: Every day, from 10am to 6pm
Entrance fee: adults 12 euros; 12 to 18 years; 8 euros; 6-11 years; 6 euros; Free for children under 6 years of age.
Commodities: Heysel Metro
Next to Atomium, the 25-acre Bruparck amusement park is one of several attractions and attractions. Includes 27 movie sets called Kinepolis, Imax full screen and planet Earth, a water park called L'Oceade and a place to eat, called The Village.
One of the reasons for the reputation of this place is that it displays several famous and symbolic buildings in European countries with the size of 25.1 meters of real buildings. You can see gondolas. These are the same high-speed electric trains that run on their way to Paris, at the same time as the Big Ben, and is one of the most amazing sights in Brussels for tourists.
Address: Boulevard Du Centenaire, Laeken
Opening hours: March 15, 2014 - June 30, 2014 from 9:30 am to 6:00 pm; July 1, 2014 to August 31, 2014 from 9:30 am to 8:00 pm
Admission: Adults 14.30 Euros; Children under 12 years of age: 10.70 Euros; Free for children under 1.20 meters. You can also get Atomium + Mini-Europe for adults € 23.50, € 21.10 for people aged 12-18 and € 15.70 for under 12 years.
Commodities: Heysel Metro
The Art Deco Church is the fifth largest church in the world located in the municipality of Koekelberg, Brussels, and is one of Brussels's top attractions. Its impressive dimensions (89 meters high and 167 meters in length) have a view to Elisabeth Park. Though based on Sacré-Coeur in Paris, it is made of concrete, sandstone and red brick, and unlike the original, it's not white. In 1902, King Leopold decided to build it and put his first stone in 1905. Finally, in 1971, it ended with the celebration of the seventy-fifth anniversary of Belgian independence.
The Coppola platform, which has a diameter of 33 meters, offers a great view of Brussels and the surrounding areas.
Address: Leopold II Boulevard
Opening hours: April to September from 8am to 6am, and October to March from 8am to 5pm
Commodities: Simonis Metro and then Bus 87
In fact, this building is two museums. The Museum of Ancient Art created by Napoleon and especially for the great works of Flanders. Another is the Museum of Modern Art and the sights of Brussels. It was added in 1984 and consists of eight floors, many of which are underground. In them, works of more than 600 years of fine arts including paintings, sculptures, and art designs have been presented.
Address: Rue de la Régence 3
Opening hours: Tuesday to Sunday from 10 am to 5 pm (Ticket sales are closed from 4:40 pm).
Holidays: Mondays and January 1, second Thursday from January, May 1, November 1, Nov. 11, Dec. 25.
Entrance fee: (ticket to visit both museums): Adults 13 Euro; Children 3 Euros (Free for less than 6 years)
Commodities: Metro Station Metro Station (Line 1), Tram 92, 84, Bus 27.29, 38.95
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Antique lovers will have to go to the antique market in Place du Grand Sablon, which is located on the square and where the streets exit the square, here are the most sought after sights of Brussels. A person who loves antique objects can find the desired piece. Rue de la Paille, Rue des Minimes and Rue de Rollebeek are very interesting.
Brussels has its own special cake market, marking Jeu de Balle Flea Market. Here are gems, second hand goods and auction furniture.
Be sure to try the Belgian chocolate. To buy nuts and nuts, go to Chocolatier Mary, visit the Wittamer tea and restaurant experience and try Pier Marcolini to buy exceptional effects. Some chocolates are glued to real flavor with edible gold.
If you want to be a fashion designer, go to galleries. There are three Saint Hubert, Galeries du Roi and Galeries de la Reine galleries. They are worth seeing from the glass ceiling.
Antique Market, Place du Sablon
Chocolatier Mary, 73 Rue Royale
Wittamer, 12-13 Place du Grand Sablon
Pierre Marcoloni, 39th Place du Grand Sablon
Flea Market, Place Jeu de Balle, Marolles District.
The galleries are located between Rue du Marche aux Herbes and Rue de l'Ecuyer.
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