The great Dutch scholar and humanist Desiderius Erasmus (The Praise of Folly) lived in Brussels for about five months in ... More
The great Dutch scholar and humanist Desiderius Erasmus (The Praise of Folly) lived in Brussels for about five months in 1521. Almost by miracle, his house was not torn down and is now a museum, the Erasmushuis. Erasmus's house is now a museum that also houses a great collection of paintings by artists such as Jerom Bosch and Quinten Matsys.
The Silken Berlaymont Hotel is located in the heart of the European district, only a few steps away from the
EU institutions and Berlaymont Building. It is two miles from the historic center with the Grand Place, Palais des ...
In a country where the average inhabitant consumes about 8.3 kilograms of chocolate a year, you will probably not be
surprised to find a chocolate museum. Located in the corner of Grand Place , this is the place to ...
Manneken Pis, the statue of a little boy, was created in the 17th century as a public fountain. It represents
the rebellious spirit of the City of Brussels. It has been stolen and replaced several times. Over time, the ...