Apartments Brussels I Self-catering Belgium

Brussels is a cheerful, lively city that has an interesting history. According to a legend, it has been saved by a young, very short man who extinguished a fire. You may know this world famous man, called Manneken Pis and his monument is one of the main sights in Brussels. However, due to the monument's very small size, it is funnily also listed as one of the most disappointing international sights. Why not spend your next holiday self-catering Belgium and spend one to two days in this beautiful city, where there's so much to see and discover?

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When self-catering Belgium in one of our over 300 villas and cottages close to Brussels, make sure not to miss out on the following sights. From the wonderful Cathedral of St. Michael and St. Gudula, you can walk through the impressive Galeries Royales Saint-Hubert with the many beautiful shops and chocolateries in the direction of the busy market square, Grasmarkt. Here you are very close to the Grand Place, where you can see the Breadhouse, the town hall and several guildhalls. When you leave the Grand Place, and pass the town hall directly to your right, you'll see the famous small statue of 'Manneken Pis'. In the old Rue des Bouchers you can find a nice restaurant and after your dinner it is time to explore the nightlife in Brussels. Especially the bars around the Bourse are lively and we are convinced that you will remember your night out when returning to your holiday cottages in Belgium.

Self-catering Belgium close to Brussels

When staying in our holiday cottages in Belgium close to Brussels, your trip will never be boring. Visit the central square, the Grand Place and explore the many amazing sights. Take a stroll through the Parc de Bruxelles, and see the Royal Palace of Brussels, before you walk to the Place Royale in the direction of the famous Mont des Arts. If you're willing to travel a little further outside the city centre, you can visit the famous Atomium, built for the World Fair in 1958. The building is constructed as a model of an atom, with nine spheres connected by walkways. From the highest sphere you can enjoy a wonderful panoramic view over the city. During your stay in the city you should also consider visiting the Botanical Garden of Brussels and the National Basilica of the Sacred Heart, one of the five biggest churches in the world.

Family holidays Brussels

We are sure that your children would also enjoy a day trip to Brussels while self-catering Belgium, not only because of the phenomenal Atomium, but also because of Mini-Europe. Mini-Europe is a miniature park where you can see all big European sights on just one day! In case of bad weather you can also visit Océade, which is a roofed waterpark that offers fast water slides, a wave pool and many other splashing attractions. Close to Mini-Europe and Océade you can also find Kinepolis, a large cinema complex, good fun for young and old.