UGC De Brouckère
Église St-Jean-Baptiste au Béguinage
This 1657 Flemish baroque masterpiece was designed by Luc Fayd’Herbe, a student of Rubens. It’s often cited as Belgium’s most beautiful...
Boxed in on three sides and incongruously dwarfed by the back of a Novotel Hotel is this ivy-draped remnant of Brussels’ original city...
Église Ste-Catherine must be one of the only religious buildings that positively encourages folks to urinate on its walls (there’s a...
The magnificently ornate belle époque interior easily justifies the hefty drink prices, though curiously a large number of punters still...
Vismet is popular and stylish in a simple, vaguely minimalist fashion, with rows of tiny bulb lamps and high-up mirrors like rectangular...
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Lonely Planet review
This 12-screen multiplex opposite the swish Hôtel Métropole is the capital's grande dame - sip on a beer and relax in armchairs while watching the latest Hollywood offerings.