Besides the world famous chocolate, Brussels offers some very interesting tursitice objectives. Visiting Brussels there are several attractions that should not be missed such as the Atomium - a unique tourist attraction in its own way, a structure of steel
and aluminum has become an internationally recognized symbol of the city and the entire country. Another tourist attraction is the Manneken Pis is significant for the city. The statue is as popular as the Atomium although it has only 30 inches from the 102
meters that its competitor has. The central square in Brussels is another objective tursitic recognized - the Grand Place there are a lot of old buildings including the City of Brussels. Grand Place is also one of the most popular tourist attractions in Brussels,
with the impressive buildings of the town hall.
List of attractions and sightseeing in Brussels that can be visited on a vacation to a city-break in Brussels, the capital of Belgium in Brussels Great Square, the statue Menneken Pis, the Atomium is a monument of the famous iron atom, increased 150 billion
times. It was built on the occasion of World Expo 1958, Theatre Royal Coins (Belgium independence was proclaimed here in 1830) Jubilee Park (Parc du Cinquantenaire French, neerlandeză Jubelpark), including halls, museums, the park itself and the Arc de Triomphe;
built on the occasion of celebration of fifty years of independence from Belgium, St. Michael and St. toady, Basilica of Koekelberg, 5th largest in the world; Marolles district, neighborhood in Brussels, where the famous flea market in Brussels. District made
its reputation through the Palace of Justice, District or Zavel them Sablon district antiquaries; Bruparck (short for "Park Brussels"): Here's Expo held in 1958, today's entertainment site: Mini-Europe park , Atomium, restaurants, cinemas, complex organic
products, planetarium, Laeken Park: 160 ha area, with the Palace of Laeken (Belgium royal residence), the royal tomb, the royal greenhouses, Japanese Tower and Chinese flag, Statue of Europe (Unity in Peace).