Musée Antoine Wiertz
Down the road from the Musée des Sciences Naturelles is the Musée Antoine Wiertz - if you're into the shocking or nasty, it may appeal....
Steep-sloping Parc Léopold was Brussels Zoo till 1880 and now forms an unexpectedly pleasant oasis hidden away just behind the EU...
Musée des Sciences Naturelles
Thought-provoking and highly interactive, this museum has far more than the usual selection of stuffed animals. But the undoubted...
Ville de Dinant
You don’t need a guidebook to find the numerous Eurocrat drinking holes around Place du Luxembourg, but if you want a really local...
Brussels can be divided into two kinds of people: not French and Dutch-speaking, nor locals and expats, but rather those who swear by...
Lonely Planet review
Inside this decidedly dated blue-glass building (completed only just over a decade ago) political junkies can sit in on a parliamentary session in the huge debating chamber known as the hemicycle, or tour it when parliament’s not sitting. Tours (using multilingual headphones) start at the parliament’s visitors' centre attached to the Paul-Henri Spaak section of the parliament.