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There's lots to see and do in Brussels, where do you start?

Located at the foot of the Atomium, Mini-Europe is the only park where you can have a whistle-stop tour of Europe in a few short hours. A truly unique journey! Enjoy a stroll taking in the typical atmosphere of the most beautiful towns of the old Continent. The incomparable chimes of Big Ben welcome you to the heart of London.

Brussels has a lot to offer at night, from bars to clubs, it has it all!

Ethiopian restaurant and cultural house Toukoul is as beautiful as it is exotic, its fabulous interior designed by Belgian photographer Serge Anton, with sculptures and unique pieces brought straight from Ethiopia. One of the best things about Toukoul is its program of weekend concerts, with jazz, blues and lounge performed by talented local artists.

Lots of acts to see in Brussels Theatres

Considered one of the nicest venues in Brussels, this former circus was built in 1878. Long granted by the Botanique, the artistic management of the site, is in the hands of Brussels Expo now. While dance, theatre or opera sometimes invest its arena too, Music programming remains the central activity.

Eating out in Brussels is quite the treat.

Ethiopian restaurant and cultural house Toukoul is as beautiful as it is exotic, its fabulous interior designed by Belgian photographer Serge Anton, with sculptures and unique pieces brought straight from Ethiopia. One of the best things about Toukoul is its program of weekend concerts, with jazz, blues and lounge performed by talented local artists. Feast on the best injera (a sourdough pancake) in town, topped with the delectable wot and spicy key wot sauces, or the succulent tibs – fried meats smothered in aromatic spices – while you listen to the soft sounds coming from Toukoul’s intimate stage..

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