I had a stopover in Brussels, so being in the middle of autumn, I tried to see in the night as much as possible this beautiful city.
I found the city so practically, considering the facilities and accessibility to the public transportation and attractions.
I was somehow hectic because I had to take the plane in just a couple of hours and my intention was to catch up some nice interesting points of this city. No time for entrances but time for pictures. I was amazed by Atomium, The Royal Palace, the gothic Town Hall and Grand Palace with his beautiful architecture.
I am sure most of you guys heard about the Belgian chocolate, most of the blessing stylish chocolate in the world! I both some boxes, quite expensive, but very unique taste! I took them from a special chocolate shop but there are also a variety of assortments in markets too.
In November is a Chocolate Fair so there starts the Heaven. I can’t wait to go back in Brussels and spend some days...I heard also the Christmas markets are amazing and it is a real pleasure to taste a plenty of assortments and enjoy all the stylish boxes and candies.
If you have some extra money you should go to Belga Queen Brasserie, it definitely worth it! Stylish and a little bit more of sophisticated tastes.
This is where my very short trip in Brussels ends. A nice staying and a plenty stuff to do even I didn’t had time to enjoy the whole landscape, for sure those true ad unique moments, like walking and admire all the view, taste the magical candies and drink a cope of hot chocolate ...For sure I will come back as soon as possible for some shopping too!
Place du Grand Sablon - stores, restaurants, and chocolate shops.
Take a walk along Rue Antoine Dansaert Straat and the surrounding area to discover the heart of Brussels' fashion and a lot of shops.
Grand Place, Town Hall, The Royal Palace, Atomium, Cathedral of Saints Michael and Gudula, Place du Grand Sablon.