Brussels is a capital city of Belgium, where you can find the enormous wonders and much things to do. There you can have many things to explore, each one is unique from others. Enjoy the diversity of wonders over there, where places of interest and things to do is more. Really Brussels is nested in the loop of wide range of tourist attractions, which induce you and your family towards it. Take Brussels as your prefect vacation partner. Here a list which shows what are all the must-sees over there. These attractions are best to wander during the daytime and at night time and take advantage of Brussels fantastically exotic and trendy restaurants and bars. Let’s begin to explore.
The first place you will normally be taken to see in the city is the Grand Place, which is the erected town over centuries. The great Grand Place is the wonderful tiny part of the city with stunning buildings have a historical significance. It is listed in the UNESCO World Heritage site list, where you can find the Brussels Centrale ancient market place. Over the tiny place you can find many vibrant venues for many concerts and events throughout the year. Especially during in the warmer months. Ancient the ancient and authentic aroma every where around this tiny Brussels place.(image by Mike G. K.)
Next is obviously Town Hall, which is the tremendous and charming building in the name of Hôtel de Ville. You can easily watch out this great building at the entering of the Grand Place. The Hôtel de Ville is nothing but the needle-like crooked building with 315 feet in height with the beautiful facade features. Tourist people love to visit this due to the interior of it and the arched windows, adorned with the sculptures and more. Usually tower is the place where you can enjoy the vista of the entire city, similarly Hôtel de Ville offers Brabantine Gothic tower at 96 metre high, where you can enjoy the amazing views over the city.
Next must see spot is the royal palace, which serves as a great exemplar with the Neo-Classical architecture. The royal palace is the official home of the Belgian king. The most famous highlight of this royal place is Neo-Classical architecture and overlooks Brussels Park. You can’t visit this spot as you want because which is open to the public during the summer months. Dont forget to visit the Manneken Pis, a great and famous statue of a little boy peeing in a fountain. It resembles the Belgian humor sense to the world. People love to visit this place especailly for this statue.(image by Pawel Banaszkiewicz)
Next follow the underground trail to discover the remains of King Charles the Fifth’s palace. The Coudenberg Palace can be discovered easily by taking a walk over the underground walkways. Travelers and visitors across the world visit this place for its magnificent and entirely renovated gothic gallery. The Coudenberg Palace serves as one of the great example for the Belgian architectural aspects.
Have a nice vacation plan over here.
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