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Brussels Apartment #100BruR
Cinquantenaire / Montgomery House B&B
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Sleeps 2, 1 bed / 1 bath, 215ft2/20m2
€301 - €434 per week
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Brussels Apartment #AA16100
City center-Pentagone / Manneken 3
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Sleeps 4, 1 bed / 1 bath, 430ft2/40m2
€224 - €1,813 per week
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4 of 5 Stars / 1 Guest Reviews
4 stars - by Curtarelli from IT for Apartment# AA20147
The apartment is very nice, the location is excellent, and the personnel from the agency very kind. BUT the horrible candy shop downstairs, which is just under the apartment in all its lenght, has loud techno music from 9 am to 12 pm no stop. The first day when I checked in the music was so loud between 10.30 pm and 11.45 pm that the apartment was shakeing!! I had to complain with the manager and with the agency the day after, but even so they went on with loud music even if a bit less loud, while on Sunday it was quite better. Anyway, if you want to rent this apartment, make sure you stay at home only for sleeping between 12 pm and 9 am, or complain immediately when you check in.
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phrase.vacation_rentals_in Brussels, BelgiumWelcome to Brussels
Being both the capital of Belgium as well as the political capital of Europe, Brussels definitely has an international appearance. The large amount of foreigners living here contributes to this allure as well. Look behind the EU-façade and discover what else this bilingual Belgian city has to offer to its visitors.
Brussels is known for its ambiance and because it’s not as packed with major sights, you should have plenty of time to enjoy the Belgian way of life. There is still plenty to see and most attractions can be found in the Lower and Upper Town.
At the heart of Brussels and Lower Town you’ll find Grand Place, a beautiful square that’s a World Heritage Site and an ideal starting point from where to explore the city. The distinctive landmark here is Hôtel de Ville (Town Hall). Just a few blocks from Grand Place stands Brussels’ mascot, Manneken Pis with his ever-changing outfit (if any). Watching the crowds that gather around him is at least as entertaining as watching the statue itself. If you like chocolate, don’t forget to visit the shops on and around the square.
Upper Town has some excellent museums, like the Royal Museums of Fine Arts of Belgium, the Musical Instruments Museum and the BELvue Museum. The latter features the remains of the 12th century Coudenberg palace. If you are still up for a leisurely stroll, you can do so in Parc de Bruxelles.
If you want to see a giant shiny molecule from up close, then head north of Lower Town to the “Laeken District”. The Atomium was built for the 1958 World’s Fair.
On foot you’ll get most out of Brussels, but public transport is a good, cheap alternative. Driving in Brussels, besides being fairly unnecessary, is not really recommended. If you wish to take a taxi, just keep your eye on the meter or know what the final price is going to be.
In order to properly soak in the “Brussels ambiance” you can’t leave without trying tasty treats such as waffles, mussels, frites, chocolates and/or Belgian beer. Besides places where you can eat and drink like a king or queen, Brussels has various galleries, film houses, music venues and night clubs that are generally affordable and of high quality.
Brussels Reference wishes you een fijne vakantie/de belles vacances: a great vacation!