Washington Wine Experiences
Languages : “french”, “english”
Headquarters to the EU and NATO, Brussels boasts a mosaic of languages, cultures and tradition.
It also hosts over 80 museums, numerous tourist attractions, a vibrant nightlife, and more restaurants than you could count. Shop in distinctive fashion boutiques, watch people from a street café while enjoying a Belgian beer, or pick up that hard-to- find antique on the Sablon!
Day 1 — Your driver will transfer you to your hotel, the Amigo, adjacent to one of the most beautiful squares in Europe, la Grand Place. Spend the rest of the day at leisure, exploring the city from this stylish and
Day 2 — Together with your guide you will see the main sights of Brussels: the Grand Place, the world famous Market Square, the Galeries St. Hubert, Cathedral of St. Michel, Ilôt Sacré, Manneken-Pis, the neo-classical Bourse and St. Gery area, and the Congress Column. You will pass the Royal Residence and see the Sablon district with countless antique dealer shops. Later see the magnificent Palace of Justice, the Great Synagogue and see the fashionable Louise Square. Passing the stately Royal Square, the Royal Palace and the Houses of Parliament arrive in the Cinquantenaire district – highlights here are the Triumphal Arch, exceptional museums and splendid Art Nouveau houses.
Day 3 — Europe’s capital is host to a wealth of gourmet options, and today you can experience the country’s famed specialities, including Belgian beers (learn about over 500 types!), waffles, chocolate (over 2,000 chocolate shops throughout the country!), or Belgium’s iconic dish, moules-frites.
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