With its Flemish-Italian appearance, the Grand Place is undoubtedly the most famous landmark in Brussels. It serves as the heart of the city and stems from the 11th century when executions were mainly carried out here. Today it’s famous for being the most welcoming square in Brussels! The primary museum of Brussels is located there, and so is the ever-impressive King’s House. Plunge into the rich history of the city with plenty of art, archaeology and cultural expositions!
Looking for the finest art in Brussels? Visit the Royal Museums of Fine Arts of Belgium. From ancient to modern art, from the 15th century to modern day creations. Admire works by Magritte, Ruben, Wiertz and Bruegel in the various museums. Are you looking for artistic wealth in the form of music? Then be sure to visit the Museum of Musical Instruments! Aside being a work of art in itself, you can find over 7,000 different instruments behind the doors of this building.