Activities in Brussels
BrusselsBrussels is the "unknown" capital of Europe. Even if we hear its name several times almost every day, only a select few will have something in mind. This has got to change because the Belgian capital has a lot to offer. As the secret capital of chocolate, apart from landmarks such as the Atomium, Brussels captivates with one thing in particular: Chocolateries. They line up like a string of pearls in the cobbled streets of the old town, tempting with the seductive scent of chocolate. Real sweet tooths are not only allowed to look behind the scenes at the Chocolate Museum, but can also lend a hand themselves as part of the workshops. With attractions such as the Town Hall on the Grote Markt, the Royal Palace and the Atomium with its magnificent views and miniature park "Mini-Europe", you can finally go where the real Europe lives. Anyone who has ever wanted to know what the EU parliamentarians really do, can take an exciting tour of the European Parliament.