Capital of Belgium and of Europe, the City of Brussels is the largest city of the country and administrative seat of many institutions of the European Union. A city with a high quality of life, known for its culture and gastronomy and which hosts an infinity of theaters, museums, parks, shops and cafes. There is no doubt that the city has been the inspiration for the author Hergé to create the scenarios for the characters of Tintin.
With a lot of diversity, the Belgian capital has much more to offer than chocolate and beer! Brussels boasts a large Art Nouveau and Art Deco heritage, funky facades painted as comics, traditional Flemish architecture as well as contemporary architecture. The works of Victor Horta and Paul Hankaro, the iconic Atomium, by Engineer André Waterkeyn impress both professionals and amateurs.
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