La Grand Place

A must-see in the city, this central square has been designated a World Heritage site and is considered as one of the most beautiful in the world.

This historical spot is surrounded by the guildhalls, the City Hall and the Musée de la Ville de Bruxelles. The Grand Place hosts frequent festive and cultural events.


The symbol of Brussels and Belgium, this iron structure was built in 1958 for the World's Fair and represents a unit cell of an iron crystal. At 334.6 feet tall, the Atomium offers a unique view over the Belgian capital and its surroundings from its highe

It also accommodates a permanent exhibition devoted to its history as well as temporary exhibits about science or design. We invite you to tour the tubes and spheres of this very unique monument.

Manneken Pis

Situated in the historic centre, this bronze statue is another great symbol of the city. It was sculpted by J. Duquesnoy in 1619.

It represents a child urinating inside the basin of the fountain and it evokes the rebellious nature of Brussels' inhabitants.



Musical instruments museum

Musical instruments museum

All year (until next open)

The Art Deco facade is already worth it, but then there’s the collection of instruments that is unlike any other in the world. Over the course of an hour, we will discover how the instruments work.

Comics Art Museum

Comics Art Museum

All year from 10:00-18:00h

Tintin and the Smurfs, we open the doors to this amazing world, called the 9th art and one of the best telling stories. A must visit when in Brussels, one of the capitals of the Comic.


On the banks of the Seine, the majesty of Paris is unveiled. The magic of its emblematic and historic sites will immerse you in the capital’s history as you enjoy all the charm and romanticism the city has to offer.​