Check out Walibi Belgium—just one of the popular sights to explore around Chaumont-Gistoux.
The strangest piece of architecture in Brussels is a series of steel spheres that can be seen from across the city. The site houses a restaurant and museum.
Hundreds of replicas of Europe’s most famous attractions can be found at this amusement park located beneath the Atomium.
The former food market is still a popular spot for fine Belgian cuisine and is a protected World Heritage site.
This small statue of a urinating child has brought joy to Belgians for centuries and is now a national icon.
Learn the stories behind Tintin, the Smurfs and Asterix at this fun and quirky comic strip museum.
Admire the Gothic architecture of this historic cathedral, visit the Roman ruins beneath or listen to the 49 bells chiming from the top of its towers.