Brussels is a true multicultural destination that is secure in its dual identity, as a hub of arts and as the bureaucratic epicentre of the European Union. With a Medieval heart and a modernistic outlook, your Brussels tour will be one rollercoaster ride with more twists than an average suspense novel. With quirky landmarks like the Manneken Pis and the Comic Strip Art Centre, Brussels has its tongue firmly in its cheek.
The architecture is an integral part of Brussels tourism. The art nouveau facades of the old buildings seamlessly merge with the glass and concrete behemoths of a modern lineage. The city’s love for comics is evident everywhere as huge comics murals adorn the city’s buildings. Make these a part of your Brussels tour for a unique experience.
Brussels tourism is a smorgasbord of experiences that will leave you wanting to come back for more. Here are a few things you should know before your visit.
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Located almost in the centre of Belgium, Brussels is divided into two distinct segments. The Lower Town, in the Senne Valley is the historic heart of the city and the hub of business and industries. The Upper Town sits on the city’s east slope and is mostly residential.
Brussels experiences a mild nautical climate throughout the year. Temperatures average between 1 °C to 23 °C. Though it rains round the year, July and August are the wettest months. May and September are the best months for Brussels tourism.
In Brussels, every building and every square seems like a work of art. With a multi-layered art heritage, the city reveres art in any form. You can catch world-class music performances and enjoy the works of masters, in museums and streets.
Brussels will satisfy all your cravings and give you a lifetime of memories. Simply choose your Brussels Holiday Package from SOTC and get ready for the trip of a lifetime.