A beautiful neighborhood in the heart of Europe.
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The centre of Brussels has a wide array of places to visit, activities to do and people to meet. But what we love most about this place, is that it's an area of contrasts and belgian surrealism. Here, you'll find both the very serious European Commission and the Manneken Pis, a famous sculpture of a toddler peeing in front of crowds of tourists, occasionally dressed up and pretty much the symbol of the city.
Home to a lot of parks, the impressive Royal Palace and the beautiful Sablon neighborhood, Brussels will spark your curiosity in every way. As soon as the sun shows up, you'll see heaps of young professionals enjoying the Bois de la Cambre or having the now unmissable Thursday afterwork at Place du Luxembourg (or "Place Lux", if you want to blend in) with all the "Eurocrats" hanging out. The city centre is a truly vibrant, unapologetically Belgian district.