Grand Place - One of Europe's finest squares, the Grand Place is in the centre of the Petit Ring, a network of boulevards around the centre of the city.
Mannequin Pis - An infamous statue of a little boy (urinating), which garners much pride from the residents of Brussels.
Atomium -The Atomium monument was built in 1958 for the Universal Exhibition. As the name suggests, it is an oversized scale model of an atom.
Horta House -The Horta House is well worth a visit. It is where Victor Horta the creator of Art Nouveau lived and worked until 1919. It is the perfect setting in which to familiarise yourself with Horta’s amazing interiors and furniture.
Cathédrale St-Michel et Ste-Gudule - Construction of the cathedral began in 1226 and thanks to restoration and cleaning, the white Gothic towers of the cathedral now gleam out over the city.