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Brussels, Belgium Event Planning

Key Highlights

Hotels 167
Total Sleeping Rooms 21,161
Committable Sleeping Rooms* 4,500
Committable Meeting Rooms* 40
Convention Center Space 130,000 Sq. Mtr.
Largest Exhibit Space 101,000 Sq. Mtr.
Largest Ballroom 36,700 Sq. Mtr.
Average Hotel Room Rate EUR 149
Average Daily Meal Cost EUR 117
Average Weekly Car Rental EUR 151
*Maximum for a single hotel

Brussels, Belgium Things to Do and Attractions


Billed as "the most astonishing building in the world," the Atomium is an iconic tourist attraction in Brussels. Designed by engineer Andr Waterkeyn for the 1958 International Exhibition of Brussels, the Atomium's nine large, steel-clad aluminum

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Placed on the UNESCO World Cultural Heritage List in 1998, Grand-Place is the central square of Brussels and one of Europe's grandest. The square is surrounded by magnificent architecture and is bustling year-round with souvenir shops, restaurants,

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Royal Palace of Belgium

Located in the Royal Park, the Royal Palace is said to be one of the most beautiful buildings in Brussels. In addition to serving as the office and reception locale for royal affairs, the palace is open to visitors who want a peek into its historic

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Belgian Comic Strip Center

The Art Nouveau-style building of the Belgian Comic Strip Center encompasses over 4,000 square meters of comic strip fun. Welcomed by the giant Tintin rocket in the foyer, guests are free to explore exhibits that detail how artists journey from idea

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Museum of Cocoa and Chocolate

A must-see for chocolate lovers of all ages, the Museum of Cocoa and Chocolate affords guests the opportunity to experience the wonderful world of Belgian chocolate. Visitors will learn about the history of the cocoa bean, including the civilizations

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Theatre Royal du Peruchet

Geared for children ages 2 and up, the Theatre Royal du Peruchet is named after a famous Belgian puppeteer. Located in an old whitewashed farm house, its setting seems quite at odds from the bustling surroundings. But inside, this magical puppet

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Adventure Parc

A short train ride from the city center in Wavre, Adventure Parc is an outdoor haven of activity for all ages. The concept for the park was first created in France by a former paratroop officer, who wanted to give the public the opportunity to enjoy

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Bois de la Cambre and Foret De Soignes

Brussels is not only home to a thriving city scene but also to several large forests and parklands. Bois de la Cambre and Fort de Soignes are two such areas, the former located at the end of the Avenue Louise and the latter across the southeastern

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Museum & Gardens van Buuren

The Museum & Gardens van Buuren are a legacy of the notable couple Mr. and Mrs. Van Buuren, who, over a 30-year period, lovingly designed and created an architectural and artistic home. Transformed into a "living academy" by the family, the home's

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Brussels Beer Tour

Offered by City Discovery, the Brussels Beer Tour unravels the mysteries of one of Belgium's favorite drinks. Guests will explore the traditional Brussels brews of Geuze, Kriek, Trappist and, of course, the spontaneously fermented Lambic on the

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Grand Casino Brussels

A daring night of luck and chance await visitors at the tables of the Grand Casino Brussels, a unique casino complex with 375 slot machines, 39 gaming tables, and a 100-player poker room. Visitors can also enjoy dinner and drinks at the on-site bar

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La Monnaie Theatre

For a decadent evening of classical music or opera, visitors head to La Monnaie Theatre. Built in 1700 and later rebuilt in a new location in 1800 by order of Napoleon, La Monnaie has survived fire damage and multiple restorations only to emerge as a

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Bonsoir Clara

Located on Brussels' hippest street, Bonsoir Clara is a French brasserie punctuated by colorful mosaics of stained glass, creating a pleasantly upbeat mood. Bonsoir Clara serves lunch Monday through Friday from noon to 2:30 pm and dinner Monday

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Bruneau is one of Brussels' most exclusive, Michelin-starred traditional Belgian restaurants, with fare crafted with in-season ingredients. Bruneau is open Thursday through Monday from noon to 2:30 PM and from 7:00 pm to 9:30 pm. Private event space

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La Maison du Cygne

Located in the historic Grand-Place, La Maison du Cygne serves fine Belgian cuisine amid ornate woodwork, crisp linens, and the harpists, violinists, and flutists playing softly in the background. The spectacular views over the central square below

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