- Welcome to Belgium
- Discover Belgium
- The Events in Belgium
- And what about the Ardennes? ...
- A few words on Wallonia
- Belgium in a nutshell!
Belgium (What makes Belgium so Special ... ) is sometimes described as a complicated little country whose existence can be called a miracle. This image, however, is far from complete and forgets the most important thing: the indescribable charm of its inhabitants and the many surprises that await you there. Always in a cosy atmosphere and at reasonable prices, you can taste our regional gastronomy (Belgium, Gourmet food and Gastronomy), learn new things during your visit of museums (Easy Passports) or unusual places that abound in Brussels and Wallonia.
You will certainly be delighted by the 1001 treasures that are gathered in Brussels, in the heart of the ROYAL MUSEUMS FOR FINE ARTS OF BELGIUM - ANTOINE WIERZ MUSEUM (IXELLES), ROYAL MUSEUMS OF FINE ARTS : MUSEUM OF ANCIENT ART (BRUXELLES), ROYAL MUSEUMS OF FINE ARTS : MUSEUM OF MODERN ART (BRUXELLES) or the MUSEUM FOR JAPANESE ART - ROYAL MUSEUMS FOR ART AND HISTORY (LAEKEN), MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS MUSEUM - MIM - OLD ENGLAND - ROYAL MUSEUMS FOR ART AND HISTORY (BRUXELLES), CINQUANTENAIRE MUSEUM - ROYAL MUSEUMS FOR ART AND HISTORY (BRUXELLES), MUSEUMS OF THE FAR EAST - ROYAL MUSEUMS FOR ART AND HISTORY (LAEKEN), HORTA-LAMBEAUX PAVILION - PAVILLION OF HUMAN PASSIONS - ROYAL MUSEUMS FOR ART AND HISTORY (BRUXELLES) PORTE DE HAL - ROYAL MUSEUMS FOR ART AND HISTORY (BRUXELLES).
Although there are 10,000 places left to visit, you shouldn’t leave Brussels without visiting the magical <a href="/informations/tourist_attractions_laeken__royal_greenhouses_of_laeken/en/V/17486.html" title="Initially conceived by William I as a vast orangery, the site took on its current aspect under Leopold II with the addition of the domed Winter Garden linked to around thirty pavilions, the creation of the botanical area by landscape gardener John Wills and the designing of the decorative rockeries, etc. The seven greenhouses, constructed by the architect Balat in collaboration with his pupil Victor Horta are open to the public for around 15