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If you love couscous, then you must try this Moroccan restaurant located in one of Brussels' most fashionable neighbourhoods. The ambiance is lively, ... More
If you love couscous, then you must try this Moroccan restaurant located in one of Brussels' most fashionable neighbourhoods. The ambiance is lively, the decor inviting and the crowd attractive. This place doesn't stop hopping. Starters include taboule or eggplant salad. You can then choose from authentic couscous plates with meat or chicken, and for vegetarians there is a vegetable couscous on offer. Afterward, delight in a tasty dessert accompanied by a fresh mint tea. Brunch on Sunday is also a pleasant experience.
From 1866, a great part of the Marolles, an old neighbourhood in the heart of Brussels, was torn down and
replaced with stately Parisian style avenues and a gigantic Palais de Justice, which still dominates the city. Ever since, ...
La Boîte à Musique is situated next to the Palace of Fine Arts, with good reason. The presence of culture
cannot be denied here, but the definition of culture is rather restrictive: you will only find classical music. This ...
Situated only a few steps from the 'Grand Place', in the heart of the historical center, the Hotel La Madeleine
is the ideal place to stay at.A charming old building with a listed facade of period architecture and 56 ...