Many of Flemish Brabant’s attractions are within easy reach of Sint-Pieters-Leeuw, making it a smart choice as a place to base yourself during your visit. Two sights that should be at the top of every visitor’s list is the wonderful Royale Amicale Anderlecht Golf Club and the iconic Astrid Park. And don’t miss Horta Museum and Cantillon Brewery.
Those interested in exhibits and shows will find many unique museums, exhibits and venues in and around Sint-Pieters-Leeuw. Visit some of the noteworthy museums including Film Museum in Brussels, Bellevue Museum and the Royal Museums of Fine Arts of Belgium.
If the weather is good head outside and make the most of the nearby green spaces. Families will enjoy a visit to Brussels Park in Brussels and Leopold Park. There is a relaxed atmosphere here and beautifully designed garden beds and trees. Explore the nearby wilderness by heading to Sonian Forest in Brussels.
Make sure that you set aside plenty of time to enjoy the more famous sights in the area. The Notre Dame du Sablon in Brussels and the Notre Dame da la Chapelle offer those exploring Flemish Brabant a chance to better understand the role religion has played in the area.
If you are looking to give your credit card a workout, browse the City 2 Shopping Mall in Brussels and Midi Market.
See Flemish Brabant favourites, the RSC Anderlecht, do battle at the iconic Constant Vanden Stock Stadium, Brussels. On match days follow the sea of purple and white, to the stadium, then after the final whistle blows, join local soccer lovers at a nearby pub, bar or cafe for a few post-game beers.
After spending the day exploring the streets of Sint-Pieters-Leeuw, stay the night in one of the area’s popular bed-and-breakfasts, hotels or short-stay apartments. If you’re looking for a warm welcome and a good nights sleep be sure to check out the Metropole Hotel, Brussels, the Royal Windsor Hotel Grand'Place, Brussels, and the popular Bedford Hotel & Congress Centre, Brussels.