The size of the Congress Center is quite large, and most of the areas are also free to visit, but I still don't have much interest in these political attractions. I looked at the displays in the hall and left.
The Congress Center can be visited for free. In fact, there are very few tourists, so I really don’t have much interest, but if you have time, you can come to understand the general situation of this European political system.
I’ve been here for several days, so I just wandered around. There are parks on the way to the road. In fact, the building itself is average, but it has content.
The Parlamentarium is the visitors' centre of the European Parliament and is located in the Parliament's Espace Léopold complex in Brussels, it took 6 years to build at a cost of €21 million.
interactive museum, go and take a look!
Parlamentarium, the European Parliament Center in Brussels, Belgium, is located in the eastern suburbs of Brussels, adjacent to the Cinquantenaire Park. Visiting the European Parliament Center is free, and you can also receive an explanation machine in your own language. The 36-degree large screen of the Parliament is the highlight.
This is the seat of the European Parliament, and it also provides more job opportunities for the local area.