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Brussels is the capital of Belgium and the European Union. It is home to a large variety of popular tourist attractions such as Manneken Pis and the Atomium. The most beautiful square in Brussels is probably the Grand Place, listed as a World Heritage Site. The facade of the town hall, lined with Gothic sculptures, the Maison du Roi which today houses a city museum and the total of 39 baroque guild houses surrounding the square produce a splendid picture.
Van Buurens collections consists of 32 paintings of Van de Woestijne. Read more
The Sonian Forest, one of the most popular tourist attractions in Brussels, is a large forest covering 4,421 ha at the south-eastern edge of Brussels. Dating from the early Middle Ages, the forest is part of the scattered remains of the ancient Silva Carbonaria. Today the Sonian forest consists mainly of European beeches and oaks, and contains a somewhat reduced fauna and flora.
The rich history of the forest is reflected through notable highlights, including Tumuli or burial mounds, the prehistoric camp of Bosvoorde, the castle of Drij-Borren, the castle of Terhulpen, the priory of Groenendaal and the Rouge CloĂ®tre Abbey the Park of Tervuren, the old stagecoach roads, and etc.
Considered one of the most beautiful medieval squares in Europe, the Grote Markt or Grand Place is the central square of Brussels. It is surrounded by guildhalls, the city's Town Hall, and the Breadhouse. The square is one of the most important tourist destinations and most memorable landmarks in Brussels. Read more
The Town Hall (French: HĂ´tel de Ville, Dutch: Stadhuis) is a Gothic building dating from the Middle Ages. It is located on the famous Grand Place. The oldest part of the present Town Hall is its east wing (to the left, when facing the front). This wing, together with a small belfry, was built from 1402 to 1420 under direction of Jacob van Thienen, and future additions were not originally foreseen. However, the admission of the craft guilds into the traditionally patrician city government probably spurred interest in expanding the building. Read more
Hotel De Fierlant is located in a quiet and green area of Brussels offering the ideal starting point for your daily trips and excursions. You will easily find a place to park your car along the streets and in the two garages or reach the property by public transportation. On-site amenities include a lounge bar (open until 1 a.m.) serving delicious snacks and special home-made food, 24-hour front desk services, a lovely sun-drenched terrace provided with two comfortable garden lounge sofas and one sun bed, free Wi-Fi Internet access throughout the hotel, plus a convenient business corner in the lounge area with PC, 30 minutes free Internet access (Skype and Messenger available) and printer. Furthermore guests will be pleased to enjoy the high comfort provided in the newly refurbished accommodations.
Argus Hotel Brussels
The Argus hotel is ideally located in Brussel, in the fashionable Louise area, nearby the famous avenue de la Toison d'Or with the top boutiques and a large choice of restaurants, movie theatres, cafes and brasseries. The property's convenient position makes it an ideal choice for both business and leisure travellers. Well served by the local public transport, you will easily reach the main tourist attractions of Brussel and the main International organizations. The hotel ensures you a pleasant stay in the Capital of Europe and offers comfortable rooms, a Wi-Fi Internet connection and parking facilities.
The Catalonia Forum Hotel is located in the heart of the famous Art Nouveau district in Brussels, close to all of the city's major sights and attractions. On-site facilities include a restaurant, bar, meeting room, laundry service and 24-hour front desk. Everything is here to ensure your stay in the capital of Europe will be a successful one.
Location. Located in central Brussels, Hotel The Moon is within walking distance of Galeries St. Hubert, La Grande Place, and Cathedral of St. Michael. Nearby points of interest also include Manneken Pis Statue and Museum of Musical Instruments - Old England Building. Property Features. Hotel The Moon features multilingual staff. The front desk is open 24 hours a day. Guestrooms. 17 guestrooms at Hotel The Moon feature safes and hair dryers. Guestrooms offer phones. Televisions have satellite channels. Guests may request wake-up calls.