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BRUSSELS TRAVEL GUIDE

Brussels Travel GuideBrussels Travel Guide - Imagine a city with impressive ornate Gothic, Art Nouveau, Art Deco, Baroque, Neoclassical & Baroque architectural masterpieces – then imagine a city with so many Gourmet – top quality restaurants that you’d be hard pressed to find one you disliked. Not only that – how about over 400 high-quality brewed beers with lots of character to offer and a location with hyper speed trains that can take can take you to over 5 different countries within a few hours. Brussels is a place of artistic beauty, gorgeous green parks, gourmet restaurants, fantastic shopping, superb museums, gorgeous architecture, scrumptious chocolates, fantastic seafood, and a lively night club and music scene and old – precisely brewed specialty Belgian Beers.

Brussels is considered the heartbeat and center of Europe – it is a very short distance from a number of European countries which is very convenient. Brussels is also a major venue for The European Union, the European Parliment and the Commission are based there which gives a very cosmopolitan air to the city, particularly during weekdays.

Brussels Belgium2005 is a special anniversary for Belgium as it is 175 years since Belgium the state was founded. Belgium is marking this anniversary and of course Brussels will be in the centre of the celebrations. The cuisine in Brussels is top notch – the best in Europe and I’ve been to several cities and have not eaten better. And the array of beers is mind-boggling – and there are plenty of café’s and Brew pubs to drink them in.

When compared to other European cities, Brussels is not exactly cheap, but it is well worth the trip. Great top-quality cuisine, the oldest and highest quality beers in the world and over 400 to choose from (not to mention numerous pubs to drink these in), beautiful parks, a lively night scene, and the array of astounding Art Nouveau and Gothic architecture – this is Brussels and if it catches your imagination – go for it, there’s no time like the present.

Brussels Travel Information GuideBy the way, the Belgium currency is the Euro. There are loads of Banks with ATMs in Brussels but I found that some did not work with my cards; however, I recommend the Citibank located near Gare de Central train station – I never had a problem here, though depending on your bank(s) – the others may work fine for you. Brussels is a slightly expensive city given its reputation for outstanding chocolate, waffles, world-renown beer, and top quality cuisine, but it is worth it.

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