My Brussels eating, sleeping, shopping etc.
Where to stay
Hotel Metropole Brussels
Good priced rooms through their website. Experience old-style Brussels

Atlas Hotel
Comfortable, good value.

70 Rue Traversiere
Bed & Breakfast
from 59 euros per night for an excellent room.

Hotel Noga
Friendly old fashioned hotel and good value.
Where to eat & drink
Aux Armes De Bruxelles
True Brussels eating experience. My favourite in Brussels

In 't Spinnekopke
Old coaching inn with brilliant beer and food.

Le Pain
Try their unique eating experience.

Another Brussels favourite.

A very nice cafe for a quick meal and drink

Bar with a very nice atmosphere.

Brasserie T'Capitentje
Rue St Catherine. Nearest metros are St Catherine or Bourse

Try this excellent family run bar/restaurant in the St Catherine area. This a place where locals eat and drink, reflected in the menu and the prices. There are the usual steaks and moules frites, but you can try other typical Brusselois fare such as Anguilles au Vert (eels in green sauce and nicer than it sounds), Stoemp and even horse! This is a very friendly, real place and well worth a try.

Boussole quai au Bois-ą-Brūler 61
T - 32-2-218.58.77
Open : 12.00-15.00 / 18.00-24.00
to go

The former home of Victor Horta the leading "art nouveau" architect.

Cantillon Brewery
An ancient rambling old brewery, that makes strange local beers
Virtual Tourist
Virtual Tourist Brussels, your independant guide.

Tram Museum

Royal Army
Military History

Open Wednesday to Sunday from 10 am to 6 pm
How to get there.
London City Airport to Brussels

from £59 London to Brussels centre 2hours 20 mins.

Cheapest car-ferry across the Channel - shortest drive to Brussels.

Trams Buses
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Where to shop
The BEST Chocolate shop in Brussels.