Centre Belge de la Bande Dessinée
Colonne du Congrès
Brussels’ 25m-tall version of Nelson’s Column is an 1850s monolith topped by a gilded statue of King Léopold I. It commemorates the...
National Bank of Belgium Museum
Unexpectedly absorbing, the National Bank Museum is far more than just a coin collection. Well-presented exhibits trace the very concept...
Église Notre-Dame du Finistère
To escape the lacklustre ‘70s architecture, meditate awhile in this 18th-century church whose baroque interior features a remarkable...
One of the best little venues in town for music fans with eclectic tastes. It resembles someone’s living room, but the programming is...
You’d be hard pressed to find a more unlikely setting for Brussels’ finest seafood than this ‘80s-styled place. But at the...
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Centre Belge de la Bande Dessinée information
This centre offers a definitive overview of the country’s vibrant comic-strip culture. Even if you’re not excited by the ‘ninth art’, do peep inside the impressive 1906 art-nouveau building, a Victor Horta classic with wrought-iron superstructure and a glass roof. You don’t have to pay an entrance fee to enjoy the central hallway or to drink a coffee (€2.20) at the attached cafe.