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Manneken Pis

Manneken Pis

4.2/5414 Reviews
Statue/Sculpture
Open all day (Local time)
The Manneken Pis is a place that visitors to Brussels must visit. The image of this cute child who is peeing is made of bronze. It is located at the corner of Wenquan Street and Oak Street in the downtown area. It is filled with tourists all the year round. The peeing boy is deeply loved by the people of the world. Since the French King Louis XV sent him a set of clothes, the heads of state visiting Belgium will send him a set of traditional national costumes. Now it has become a practice.
Atomium

Atomium

4.3/5252 Reviews
Modern Architecture
Sun - Sat 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM (Local time)
The Brussels Atomium is located in the Elmindo City Park in Brussels and was designed by Belgian engineer Andrew Watt Kane for the Brussels International Exposition and is now a landmark in Belgium. When the night falls, the bulbs outside the ball of the Atomic Tower in Brussels alternately chase and shine. The wonderful lights are dotted with the night view of Brussels, which is worth watching.
Brussels Royal Palace

Brussels Royal Palace

4.3/520 Reviews
Historical Architecture
Sunday - Saturday 10:00 am - 6:00 pm (Local time)
Any sightseeing journey to Belgium should include a trip to the Royal Palace, which situated in the heart of Brussels. Gaze upon one of the nation's most beautiful buildings, its grounds soaked with history that dates back to the Middle Ages. The present-day palace, which was finished in 1865 with extensions added until 1909, is where the current King grants audiences and handles other state affairs. Every summer, the Royal Palace is open to the common people, so you can view its majestic rooms and revel in the magnificent architecture and priceless art collections on display.
Everard 'T Serclaes

Everard 'T Serclaes

4.3/545 Reviews
Statue/Sculpture
Jeanneke Pis

Jeanneke Pis

3.6/543 Reviews
Statue/Sculpture
Open all day (Local time)
In the early 1600s, Manneken Pis was erected in Brussels, and the fountain of the little boy peeing - and the water coming out his petit pee-pee - became an instant landmark and cultural icon. Now 350 years later, the city decided it needed some gender equality, and commissioned a sculptor to create a female counterpart. In 1987, the Jeanneke Pis was unveiled: a blue-grey limestone statue of a little girl with pigtails in squat position, urinating, a mischievous look planted on her face. Like her brother, she became an instant classic; recently, the fountain has had to be protected by iron bars because of vandalism.
Palais de Justice

Palais de Justice

3.7/524 Reviews
Historical Architecture
8am-5pmMon-Fri (Local time)
Battle of Waterloo Re-enactments

Battle of Waterloo Re-enactments

4.3/544 Reviews
Historical Site
Statue/Sculpture
From April 1st to September 30th, 9:30-18:30, October 1st - March 31st, 10:00-17:00, the specific opening hours of each attraction can be found on the official website of Waterloo Village Tourism Bureau: http://waterloo-tourisme.com/Public1/index.php/en/accueil-62 (Local time)
The Waterloo battlefield site is located near the town of Waterloo at the end of the Sovani Forest south of Brussels. On the evening of June 18, 1815, the Anglo-Dutch and Prussian troops under the command of the Duke of Wellington were besieged here and defeated Napoleon. A legendary history of Europe. Not far from the Waterloo Monument is a bronze statue of Napoleon.
City Hall of Brussels

City Hall of Brussels

4.6/5136 Reviews
City Hall
Wednesday 13:00-16:00, Sunday 10:00-17:00. (Local time)
The Brussels City Hall is a striking Gothic-style building among the many buildings on the Grand Place in Brussels, a landmark of Brussels. The building was built in two phases. The larger left half was built in 1402. When the right half was built in 1455, the tower and the minaret were built by PhilipeleBon. There is a wind vane at the tip of the spire, which is the statue of the guardian sacred Michel of Brussels. Legend has it that the lords of Brussels were spared from the rescue of Saint Michel, and the lord awarded Saint Michel the title of "Palace of Brussels".
La Maison du Cygne

La Maison du Cygne

4.4/559 Reviews
Historical Architecture
De Beurs/La Bourse

De Beurs/La Bourse

3.8/512 Reviews
Historical Architecture
The "purse" of Brussels was made by a declaration of none other than Napoleon in 1801, yet the building that as of now houses Belgium's stock trade was not intended for an additional six decades. Development started on the site of a previous butter market, which already had been a Franciscan religious community. Following five long stretches of development, the lined neo-Renaissance building was finished in 1873. It ran consistently as the Bourse for the following 127 years, yet in September of 2000, the Brussels stock trade converged with the trades in Paris and Amsterdam to shape EuroNext. Within the building, which incorporates workmanship by Auguste Rodin, Guillaume de Groot, and French artist Albert-Ernest Carrier-Belleuse must be visited by appointment, and a guide will give a visit to a gathering of at least 20.
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