Palais de Justice
There is a museum in this step-gabled house where Pieter Breugel the Elder lived and died, but it’s only open by reservation; phone...
As unexpected as the name suggests, this is one classic little wood-panelled café -bistro tourists have largely overlooked. Basic,...
The grungy façade hides a cavernous bistro where the approach is casual, the menu extensive and the portions large. Meat, fish and fowl...
Lonely Planet review
Impossible to miss (it’s larger than St Peter’s in Rome), this immense 1879-built law court was designed by Joseph Poelaert to reflect the temples of the Egyptian Pharaohs. There are sweeping views over Brussels from the viewing platform out front.