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Best Trip to Brussels, Belgium!
By:Neha Sharma

Belgium is definitely one of the top spots for those who are planning a Europe tour. And if you are planning a Europe tour, a great place to mark as your destination is Belgium and especially the capital city of Brussels. It is definitely becoming one of the hot spots for international tourists as more and more people are flocking to Brussels for a unique and relaxing holiday. Additionally, the city always remains in the world news being one of the most important hubs for international politics in the European Union. It is truly a collective city as many European Union institutions and other organizations like NATO have a headquarters in Brussels.

Being one of the important cities in Belgium, Brussels has a good transport system of railways and trams, airways and roadways. Brussels International Airport connects people in Brussels with different parts of the world. Additionally, high speed rail lines also help people to commute from Brussels to London, Paris and Frankfurt. The only problem with the trains is the price. They can get quite expensive, so a lot of people choose to use a car hire in Brussels to visit other cities and countries. The roadways are in good condition and it is relatively cheaper to use a car hire Brussels than other forms of Transport. You will be able to visit the most interesting attractions at the pace you choose. Car hire Brussels can really help enjoy the city on your own terms.

Now you can be on your way to visit some of the most popular destinations in Brussels including the Grand Place in Lower Town. This is probably the most happening place in Brussels as this square is the spiritual heart of the city. You might find concerts, trade fairs and parades all happening here at Grand Place. Even the Town Hall and the City Museum are located here near Grand Place, which makes it the most sought after place in Brussels.

Another great place that you should not miss if you are a music lover is Musee des Instruments de Musique also locally known as MIM. This museum is a paradise for music lovers with more than 1500 musical instruments from all around the world on display. The highlight of this museum is the 17th century orchestra instruments exhibit. You can use a small ear piece as you tour the halls that plays the sounds of each instrument.

Apart from museums you can also check out the original palace of Brussels on Coudenberg Hill. This Royal Palace was built in the 11th century but was destroyed in a fire. Today the castle has been completely restored and offers visitor an enjoyable trip into the history of Brussels

Neha Sharma shares her views about Cheap Hotel Brussels. For more information please visit http://www.mybrussels.co.uk.






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