Manneken Pis, the statue of a little boy, was created in the 17th century as a public fountain. It represents the rebellious ... More
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 statue has been given many costumes and is dressed by an employee of the city on a regular basis.
In the Middle Ages this street was inhabited by butchers and sausage merchants. Today it is lined with restaurant and
known as a gourmet street. It still has about twelve houses dating from the 17th and 18th century. Between ...
The Novotel Brussels Off Grand Place is located right in the centre of Brussels, moments away from what is said
to be the most beautiful town square in the world. Within easy reach of Central Station, this 138 room ...
This has been called the most splendid market square in Europe. Its esplanade is completely enclosed by tall, gabled, Flemish
Renaissance buildings dripping with ornamentation and statues. It is alive with daily commerce and a colorful flower market. Impressive ...