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Brussels Tourist Attractions Guide In Brief
By Hussain on July 3, 2013
You may be aware that Brussels is the capital city of Belgium but did you know that it is also consider to be the crossroads of Europe? The location of Brussels has provided the opportunity for its diverse culture to unfold and this presents the opportunity for an enriching and entertaining vacation experience, but you will need a passport for international travel. USpassportnow can help you with all your passport needs, and they are as close as your home computer.
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A Brussels Airlines air bus flying over an ocean.
Brussels is home to what is consider to be the most beautiful town squares in all of Europe. This location is called the Grande Place and is surrounded by ancient, breathtaking buildings built over 300 years ago. During the spring and summer seasons, these beautiful buildings are illuminated at sundown and music fills the air.
If you are looking for a great shopping opportunity, the Bruparck is just the place for you. It is also considered the entertainment center of the city so, needless to say, there is plenty to see and do here. One of the interesting attractions here is a reconstructed Belgian village which provides a glimpse of how life was in Brussels many years ago. This entertainment center is also home to the largest movie complex in Europe as well as a water park which provides refreshment for vacations and locals during the hot summer months.
Art and entertainment
Art lovers have many spectacles to enjoy in Brussels but perhaps one of the most famous is the statue Manneken Pis. This is a statue of, shall we say a boy relieving himself after enjoying too much of the local beer. This statue provides variety throughout the year as there are times it is dressed in costumes so you really know exactly what you are going to see. A futuristic theme is completed in the Atomium which is a statue symbolizing a molecule and dedicated to progress. You can enjoy an elevator ride to the top of the sphere of this statue, and you will be treated to a breathtaking view of the city. Much more is provided for the art lover in visits to the Musees Royaux d’Art et d’Histoire art museum and the Musees Royaux des Beaux Arts de Belgique. These contain works of art from all over the world.
Sky trees building Brussels.
Since Belgium beer is known around the world, you will not want to miss the opportunity to sample some of the different types of beer brewed here. The brewpubs found here provide a great opportunity to enjoy a tasteful beer while also enjoy a traditional dish of frites or, as we call them in the United States, French fries. They do go quite well with the beer.
Written by: Ben Pate