Best time to visit Brussels
May to September, this sun, pleasant temperatures but rain is not uncommon!
What to see in Brussels
The Grand Place, the tourist heart of Brussels, including the town hall
The Manneken Pis, of course, very small statue, huge fame!
The Atomium, a remnant of the Exposition Universelle of 1958, the most visited monument in Brussels. Five of the nine spheres are open to the public.
The European Parliament can be visited
Eat! Waffles, moules frites, chocolate, temptation is everywhere
Shopping in Dansaert Street with designer boutiques Madness!
This evening's flagship European clubbing just celebrated its 20 year history
Find Tintin, the Smurfs and Lucky Luke to the Belgian Comic Strip Center
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Rue du Marché au Charbon
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Gay and lesbian events
January: Film Festival of Belgium gay and lesbian
May: Gay Pride October: Pink Screens
November: Swim for Life, charity marathon to swim
Gay and lesbian center
Maison Arc en ciel, 42, Rue du Marché au Charbon, 02/503 59 90
4 metro lines and tram. Ticket price: € 1.60
Easily accessible from Paris via Thalys with 25 daily flights, is a departure every half hour.
Only 1:22 to reach the Brussels-Midi from Paris-Nord.
Rates: One-way between Paris and Brussels from 29 € in Comfort 2 (No-Flex rate) and 59 € in Comfort 1 (Semi-Flex fare). New since March 2012, whether in Comfort 1 or Comfort 2, travelers opting for tickets Semi-Flex enjoy access to free WiFi to stay connected throughout their journey.