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Brussels – the beating heart of Europe

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Brussels

Art Nouveau and Comic Culture
Brussels is the capital city of Belgium and the administrative centre of the European Union as well as the NATO. The townscape is characterised by monumental palaces and modern high-rise buildings, boulevards and grand avenues, dreamy art nouveau districts and impressive cathedrals, castles and parks. Artists such as the painter Magritte or the singer Jacques Brel are two famous sons of the city. The murals on house walls of well known comic heroes as well as the metro stations with their colourful wall paintings are an unusual sight. Among the most popular tourist attractions in Brussels are the Grand Place (Market Square) with its united baroque front façade which has been declared a UNESCO world heritage, the gothic Rathhaus (Town Hall) in the old town centre, the St. Michael Cathedral and the Atomium in Laeken, the landmark of the world exposition held in Brussels in 1958. The 60 cm statuette Manneken Pis is also a tourist magnet as well as the Triumphbogen, the art déco Basilica of the Sacred Heart, the Stock Exchange, the Kunstberg and of course the modern buildings in the European district Leopold.

French Fries, Waffles, Chocolates and Beer
The culinary offer covers approx. 1,800 restaurants which include high class, gourmet temples boasting Michelin stars as well as cosy bistros and brasseries. Pubs in Belgium are called Cafés, coffee houses are known as Salons de Thé. Apart from the famous Pommes Frites, other specialities include Brussels Waffles, traditional chocolates and fine pralines from renowned manufacturers Neuhaus, Leonidas or Godiva. Last but not least is the high proof Belgium beer with its limitless diversity in style as well as taste. Supermarkets in Brussels could easily be mistaken for delicatessens.

The Luminous City by Night
Once night falls Brussels becomes a city of coloured lights. Countless tourist attractions and houses are illuminated or pictures are projected on the fronts of buildings. Brussels enjoys a very vibrant nightlife. Dancing brings multiple nationalities together, some working for the EU others for the NATO. Since there is no official closing time in Brussels, hotel guests can enjoy a full nightlife experience before returning to one of the magnificent luxury hotels, the grandest being without doubt the Metropole.

Hotels in Brussels

Amigo
Rue de l'Amigo 1-3
B - Brussels 1000
Fon: +32 (2) 547 47 47
Fax: +32 (2) 513 52 77
The Rocco Forte Collection is delighted to introduce the newly refurbished Hotel Amigo, which we have restored to its rightful status as the best luxury hotel in Brussels. Superbly located in the very heart of Brussels, adjacent to one of the most beautiful squares in Europe, Grand Place, close to Brussels' financial district and within easy walking distance of the antiques district of Le Sablon, Hotel Amigo now provides a stylish and central base from which to explore the city.
former Conrad
Steigenberger Grand Hotel
71, Avenue Louise / Louizalaan 71
1050 Brüssel, Belgium
Phone +32 2 5424242
The Steigenberger Grandhotel in Brussels is directly located on the Avenue Louise.
Behind the original-preserved façade, the hotel expects its guests with an unrivalled atmosphere. Beside 267 luxury rooms and suites, the erstwhile Wiltcher’s and Carlton hotel, offers several function rooms and a ballroom for 600 persons.
You can easily reach all famous sights, like the European Parliament, the town hall or the Atomium. A tram and metro station is nearby.

Restaurants in Brussels

Belga Queen
Rue Fossé aux Loups 32
B - 1000 Brussels
Fon: +32 (2) 217 21 87
Fax: +32 (2) 229 31 79
At Belga Queen the Belgian cuisine is adapted to today's taste, lightened and given a very national touch through the addition of beer to numerous dishes. Original, high-quality products are chosen with care from Belgian artisans who still have respect for the soil. The wines come from Belgian producers and the Ponti coffee is from a selection of 'pure Arabica' coffee beans from various continents and roasted locally.
La Maison du Cygne
2, Rue Charles Buls
1000 Brussels Belgium
Tel.: +32 2 511 82 44
Fax: +32 514 31 48
In our restaurant, the art of entertaining is not just a slogan. A true gastronomic and cultural gem, this 17th century house offers its guests a unique atmosphere in the very heart of Brussels’ famed Grand’Place.
Allow us the pleasure of welcoming you in this elegant location with its harmonious colours and ornate woodwork for a business lunch or a romantic meal with a view on one of the most beautiful squares in the world.