Brussels City Museum
Maison du Roi
This fanciful feast of neogothic arches, verdigris statues and mini-spires is bigger, darker and nearly 200 years younger than the...
Brussels' incomparable central square tops any itinerary. Its splendidly spired Gothic Hôtel de Ville was the only building to escape...
Le Roy d'Espagne
Sit and sip (pricey beers) the splendour of the Grand Place in this former guildhouse. And, yes, those are inflated dried pigs' bladders...
Established in 1829, Brussels’ best-known biscuiterie has five local branches, this one with an attached tearoom. The chocolate for...
Rue au Beurre 44 · interesting places nearby
A step up from chain shops such as Godiva and Neuhaus and the one to choose if orange livery is your thing. A reputation for innovative flavours and a handy location just off the Grand Place.