Visit Brussels-Capital Region

The Brussels-Capital Region of Belgium is the capital and most populous city in the small country of Belgium. It is located in the center of the country, between Flanders and Wallonia. This cosmopolitan city offers many unique attractions and experiences to travelers, from its grand Cathedrals, to its world-famous Grand Place with its stunning architecture, as well as excellent restaurants and cafes.

For those seeking a more historic feel while visiting Brussels, there are several museums such as the Royal Museums of Fine Arts or The Magritte Museum. A visit to Manneken Pis - a bronze sculpture depicting a boy urinating - is also a must for tourists!

In addition to sightseeing, visitors may also be interested in learning about some of the historical events that have taken place in Brussels over centuries. One interesting fact is that it was once home to one of Europe's first stock exchanges established by Napoleon Bonaparte in 1801.

Cities in Brussels-Capital Region

Brussels, Schaarbeek, Anderlecht