Head to the Grand Place, the heart of medieval Brussels, the elegant Sablon area with its antiques, then back towards the Place Royale to admire the Law Courts, a stone's throw from the Avenue Louise, the height of fashion ….. a mouth-watering programme to discover Brussels and its surroundings.
Visit as well the Heysel complex and its giant iron molecule, the Atomium, or perhaps the Chinese Pavilion, the Japanese tower, ….
End with a walk in the Cinquantenaire Park and its triumphal Arch where its vast museums are not to be missed.
Don't forget the heart of Europe and its buildings: the Council of Ministers, the European Parliament, and the Commission.
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