Brussels is quickly gaining a reputation as one of Europe's must-see destinations, with its small town charm, trendy bars and restaurants, fabulous food, great nightlife, fantastic shopping, numerous museums, and other attractions including the diverse and interestingexhibitions and festivals organized there every year.

Brussels is also becoming known as a mecca of style, art, and design. While attracting more and more big names in international fashion to its growing shopping districts, home-grown Belgian designers are rapidly gaining global notoriety. The streets of Brussels feature art andarchitecture created from an unmistakably Belgian point of view that cannot be replicated. This beautiful city is a center for fashion, art, and Belgian culture.

Grand Place: A unique mix of beautiful 17th century architecture and modern social life.

Town Hall: This Gothic-style tower remains one of Belgium's finest civic buildings.

The Royal Palace: A stunning palace in the heart of Brussels that is open for public visits.

Manneken Pis: The infamous statue serves as an symbol of the spirit and humor of Brussels.

Coudenberg: Archaeological remains of a prestigious palace dating back to the Middle Ages.

The Royal Saint Hubert Galleries: Home to lively cafes and one-of-a-kind boutiques.

Atomium: Built for the 1958 World's Fair in Brussels, now the city's most popular attraction.

Cathedral of Saints Michael and Gudula: A beautiful Cathedral at the center of Brussels.

Place du Grand Sablon: Classic European architecture, now houses high-class antiques stores, restaurants, and chocolate shops.