Brussels: a cosmopolitan city with an eye towards the future
Dedicated to those who want to feel part of European integration, we present Brussels, with its futuristic European Quarters, around Schuman, the Berlaymont Palace, headquarters of the European Commission and the Justus Lipsius Palace, which houses the offices of the EU Council.
If you are staying in Brussels for either a few days or some weeks, a Halldis serviced apartment will meet your needs for comfort and tranquillity and will allow you to stay within a few blocks from the historic city centre, close to Grand Place and the popular district of Sainte Catherine, where you will find a plethora of restaurants and fashionable bars and also Le Sablon, which accommodates some of the finest Belgian chocolatiers.
But Brussels is not merely about business meetings in a suit and tie but is also a city waiting to unfold itself to reveal a colourful and fun world waiting to be explored beyond your brand-new vacation rental: in fact, Belgium is the birthplace of many famous cartoon and comic characters (The Smurfs, Tintin and Lucky Luke) and towards whom the splendid Art Nouveau building, designed by Victor Horta, the Museum of Cartoons, (CBBD) is dedicated. Apart from this peculiar murals along selected pathways will escort you to hidden corners around the city.
When visiting Brussels one of our accommodations will provide you and your family with comfort, so that you can then embark on a journey to try local delicacies: chocolate, French fries – Place Flagey is packed with kiosks selling local food – and waffles… in short, a paradise for children and food lovers!