After boarding the world-famous Eurostar train in London, sit back and relax on your reserved seats as the journey to Brussels Midi/ Zuid Station (also known as Brussels South Railway Station) takes approximately 2 hours 17 minutes.
Duration: 15 minutes
Pass By: European Parliament Hemicycle (free visits), Rue Wiertz 60 Paul-Henri Spaak Building, Brussels 1050 Belgium
After arriving in Brussels, the heart of Europe, take an open top bus tour and get acquainted with Belgium’s capital city! The bus route includes 13 hop-on hop-off stops conveniently located around Brussels, allowing you to travel to landmarks, attractions and points of interest at your own pace. Perfect for independent travellers!
Disembark at as many of the 13 city-wide stops as you like, exploring each one at your leisure before catching the next bus that comes around. See top sights including the European Parliament buildings, Manneken Pis, Cinquantenaire Arch, Art Nouveau and Victor Horta, the Grand-Place, and the Atomium.
Stop At: Manneken Pis, 46 Rue de l'Etuve corner of rue du Chene and rue de l'Etuve, Brussels 1000 Belgium
Manneken Pis, Cinquantenaire Arch, Art Nouveau and Victor Horta, the Grand-Place and the Atomium are all sights not to be missed in Brussels. The city is stuffed with architectural monuments ranging in origin from the Renaissance to the 21st century! Brussels is certainly a city full of surprises, so unearth the city for yourself with a flexible open top bus tour.
Duration: 45 minutes
Stop At: Parc du Cinquantenaire, Avenue de la Renaissance 1000 Brussels, Belgium, Brussels 1000 Belgium
Take a stroll in the urban Pack du Cinquantenaire located in the easternmost part of the European Quarter in Brussels, Belgium.
Spend a leisurely afternoon enjoying Brussels as you like. Shop for lace and chocolates, dine on frites and waffles, or sip on a delicious Belgian ale while people-watching in one of the squares.