You believe Brussels is not just about the International Institutions it hosts? You think that the city goes well beyond its European quarter (Schuman roundabout) and has more to offer than the world-famous must sees (Grand-Place, Atomium, Manneken Pis) which you have surely visited in the very first days upon arrival? You damn got it right! Indeed, if you are lucky enough to spend more time around, want to get away from the crowded city center and live like a local, you could try to visit some spots sought after by locals during the week-ends. In the East of Brussels, you will have plenty of choices to walk through green areas (parks, fields), go to art center and theater with your kids (the Cook & Book being a must see, especially for a brunch on Sunday morning), visit museums, or find great places to eat pastries, ice or chocolate. This inspiration page is just about that. Enjoy.
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