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Best things to do in Bruxelles

Discover the city through the eyes of locals. Find the best things to do, places to eat, and get priceless advice from the people who live here.

Burger Joint
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“A fastfood with researched and healthy(er) ingredients? That is what Manhattn's Burger is. Still a fast-food, but just that much ahead of the game...when it comes to choice of quality and ingredients ”
14 locals recommend
Belgian Restaurant
“this is also a restaurant but during the summer the outdoor inner terrace is fabulous!”
12 locals recommend
Bookstore
“TRAM 93 to LOUISE - to the SABLON - PARC ROYAL.... TRAM 8 to LOUISE (METRO STATION)”
9 locals recommend
Establishment
“Excellent Gin and large choice of Beers...with the restaurant next to it with a nice a la carte menu.”
11 locals recommend
Cocktail Bar
$$$
“Above the famous restaurant ROUGE TOMATE, you will find this great and fancy bar ! Incredible cocktails ! (14 eur / cocktail) - Kind service ! Recommended ! dj-set during the week-end”
4 locals recommend
Sushi Restaurant
$$$
4 locals recommend
Coffee Shop
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“A very cool wifi coffee shop, bring your laptop and try the hot chocolates (warning: the cakes here can be addictive) ”
4 locals recommend
Thrift / Vintage Store
“BIG second-hand clothing store. It's a bit further than some of the others in the neighbourhood and it's not the cheapest but the selection and the quality makes it worth the trip.”
2 locals recommend
Buffet
$$
5 locals recommend
General Entertainment
Street Address
1 local recommends
Street Address
1 local recommends
Street Address
“Comments per Foursquare"Great place to drink a lovely coffee. I defo recommend the vanilla latte. Nice view of Brussels' buzziness as well. Careful though, crowded and closes at 6 which is very early"”
1 local recommends
Street Address
1 local recommends
Point of Interest
“Hôtel Tassel is widely considered the world’s first Art Nouveau building. Built by architect Victor Horta in 1893, the UNESCO World Heritage house (which, contrary to the name, isn’t a hotel) was designed as a home for Belgian scientist and professor Emile Tassel. The building features a trendsetting design that abandoned the traditions of the time for modern materials like iron and glass. A distinctive stone exterior with large curved bay windows encases a stunning interior, the centrepiece of which is a grand staircase that spirals up through the tall townhouse. While visitors can’t freely venture inside, it’s worth passing by to see the building’s striking exterior.”
2 locals recommend