Brussels isn’t super well-known for much other than being the capital of Belgium, but when I visited with my parents as a kid and I remember really loving it. I appreciated how calm the city seemed and how it had a canal going through it. I also remember lots of cow sculptures for some reason. I hope to return as an adult to see how it’s changed over the years.

– Hasin

Galeries Royales

Ornate and iconic shopping mall built in the 1800s

Royal Palace

See the palace of the Belgian King and Queen in the summer


Structure from 1958 World's Fair; see exhibits and catch city views

Mont des Arts

Hill with scenic garden and major spots like the Royal Library

Musée Magritte

Museum dedicated to surrealist Belgian artist René Magritte

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