Brussels is a city that must be seen with its flower gardens, chocolates, beer and many other features.
BRUSSELS GRAND PLACE
When you go to Brussels you will surely fall here. UNESCO World Heritage Site of the Grand Place. It is famous for its architecture which is a magnificent example from the Middle Ages. History of the buildings around the square XV. It dates back to the 19th century, and the Town Hall, which is the work of Jacob Von Thiene, stands out for its dominating appearance. Before taking a coffee break, you should look at the façade of the building, which is especially adorned with statues of saints and nobles of the time.
PAIN QUOTIDIEN Enjoying breakfast….
You can start your day with a delicious breakfast at Pain Ouotidien. Before becoming a brand, it was just a bread, Pain Ouotidien, and in France, it opened its first bakery in the city before it became famous with its branches and everywhere. We start the day with a delicious breakfast at Pain Quotidien’s source. What does not come to our table, thin cut fresh slices of bread, home jams, bread with hazelnut paste, natural yogurt brought from the farm beri Since 1990, Chef Alain Coumet’s meticulousness, you can find this delicious breakfast in three Pain Ouotidien bakeries in Brussels. A warm welcome, breakfast or hot chocolate awaits you on wooden tables. But if you come after breakfast in your hotel, then you can taste soups and fresh breaded snacks.
BELGIUM CHOCOLATE Taste that leaves a mark on the palates
Grand Place, restaurants and cafes, chocolate and lace makers will also make you dizzy. While you’re here, don’t go there without tasting Belgian chocolates abilir You can make your own mix of chocolatiers in the square, but we’ll remind you that you’ll find it difficult to choose from a variety of chocolates. Especially the chocolate fountains in the windows of some shops are worth seeing. Don’t forget to taste the strawberries and waffles soaked in chocolate and lined up in garbage bottles.
DESING SEPTEMBER Doors of design world open
Known for their fondness for their homes, the Belgians created their own lines and became known in the interior decoration. Every year in September, many designer workshops open their doors to the public, which is called the Design Septembre. In this context, a limited number of special productions are also offered for sale at thematic exhibitions held in sales shops and workshops of designers. It is an activity that decoration enthusiasts who go to Brussels in September should not miss.
Go beyond time
If you are wondering what future equipment will look like, you should visit the living house of Tomorrow, a few steps from the city center. With all the tools for home use, including the robots in the world, taking into consideration the latest technological developments in the future, this house is designed to live in a family. What doesn’t alar Paints that warm the environment, a cave-like children’s room, a futurist kitchen, a smart mirror that sends your image to the family doctor değer Worth a visit to taste a little bit of future life…
BEER’S PARADISE OF YELLOW Every kind of beer …
Even if you are not a beer drinker, we recommend that you do not leave Brussels without drinking beer. Drinking beer in Brussels puts you in a ritual mood. Sitting in one of the sympathetic terrace cafes in many neighborhoods in the city and drinking beer at very affordable rates will give you a different pleasure. One of the best places we can recommend is lunchtime at Falstaff with its exquisite Art Deco decoration, or Delirium Cafe where you can find thousands of beers from all over the world; you can also taste traditional Belgian cuisine here. You can also try Braserie George.
MEET YOUR CHILDHOOD
Belgium also talks about itself with comics. Tintin, Asterix and many more iyle You can meet these heroes with a visit to the Center de la Bande Dessinee or Maison de la Bande Dessinee, which will be a pleasant moment for both young and older. If weather permits, you can also take a small tour and see a beautiful building that keeps the comic book heroes alive in their frescoes. The comic book heroes and Asterix and her friends are also painted on the walls of the building. In the middle of Brussels you will see the statue of Gaston Lagaffe, the creator of these heroes.
BELGIUM LACES An elegant gift alternative
The Belgians take care of the decoration of their houses and have created a unique Belgian style. They also have subtle tastes; they decorate their furniture with lace, porcelain objects and flowers. If you are curious, you should visit the Musee des Costumes et Dantelles. In the museum you will be dazzled by the finest examples of Belgian lace. You can buy these laces at the shops in Rue Neuve, Brussels’s shopping center. But our advice is definitely to visit the side streets of Brussels for shopping. Here you can find many different objects at an affordable price.
SHOPPING TIME Antiques or luxury brands
Brouckere Square is, for many, the main center of Brussels. After several events in the history of the city and especially after the impoverishment of the 70s, the square became a surprise. The old buildings, which have been renovated and are still being renovated, are lined up side by side around the square. Here you can shop at one of the city’s most popular boutiques. But for the most luxurious boutiques, Avenue Louise, a long street with hip brands on both sides, is worth a visit. If you are an antique enthusiast, you have to reach out to Sablons and to the side of Marolles where antique dealers are located. The galleries here are so dazzling that they deserve to be seen even if you don’t buy anything.
MİDDLE FOOD The presentation and taste are exquisite.
If you say you want to eat a nice meal after wandering this far, Brussels is quite ambitious with mussels. A taste that will remain in your palate… The most famous address of the mussel fries is XIX. A tavern from the 18th century: Belle Maraichere No pretentious appearance; but the mussel fries are yummy…