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Brussels is the capital of Belgium. The city is the largest urban area in Belgium and is comprised of 19 municipalities. It is the seat of the French Community of Belgium and the Flemish Community.

According to the Tourism and Convention Bureau of Brussels, the top places to visit in Brussels are as follows:

Top places to visit in Brussels
Place Address and webpage
BOZAR: The Centre of Fine Arts of Brussels, erected in 1928 by the architect and master of Art Nouveau Victor Horta. After being fully renovated and restored, the Centre was reopened and allows visits to rediscover the place as originally designed. Rue Ravenstein 23 1000, Brussels
Tel: +32 2 507 84 30
The Atomium: Built for the World Fair in Brussels in 1958, it is one of the most popular monuments of Brussels. Five of the nine spheres are open to the public. When visiting the upper sphere, visitors received a general view of Brussels. Square de l?Atomium 1020, Laeken
Tel: +32 2 475 47 75
The Magritte Museum: This museum displays works of the surrealist artist and it is operated as part of the Royal Museum of Fine Arts of Belgium. It contains more than 200 works consisting of oils on canvas, drawings, sculptures and painted objects. Palace Royale 1, 1000 Brussels
Tel: +32 2 508 32 11
Mini Europe: Located at the foot of the Atomium, it is the only park where the visitor can see 350 models which recreate the most important places of the old Continent. Bruparck, 1020, Brussels
Tel: +32 2 474 13 13
The Natural Sciences Museum: The museum offers unique pieces, hands on exhibits and attractive halls. There are many different galleries including: Dinosaur, PaleoLab, Evolution, Biodiversity, Animal Kingdom, Minerals, and Natural Sciences. Rue Vautier 29, 1000 Brussels.
Tel: +32 2 627 42 11
The Comic Strip Museum: Belgium is the land of Smurfs and Tintin. In this museum; visitors can see permanent exhibitions illustrated with original comic strip drawings and unique objects. Rue des Sables 20, 1000 Brussels
Tel: +32 2 219 19 80
The Oceade: A Water Park with high speed slides, Jacuzzis, saunas, solariums and wave pools. Bruckpark 1020, Brussels.
Tel+32 2 478 43 20
The Royal Museum of Army and Military History: This museum contains more than one hundred thousand items of military and technological history spanning 10 centuries of time, making this museum one of the world’s largest military museums in the world. Parc du Cinquantenaire 3, 1000 Brussels.
Tel:+32 2 737 78 11
The Art and History Museum: This museum has an extensive collection of art objects from different cultures across the world. The visitor receives an overview of the history of the five continents from prehistoric time until present day. Parc du Clinquantenaire 10, 1000 Brussels.
Tel:+ 32 2 741 72 00
The Musical Instruments Museum: Located in the old Art Nouveau buildings of the Old England stores, it has one of the biggest collections of musical instruments in the world. There are 4 galleries, which exhibit the 1,200 of their most fascinating instruments. Rue Montagne de la Cour 2, 1000 Brussels.
Tel: +32 2 545 01 30
The Belvue Museum: This museum offers an overview of the history of Belgium. It has 9 halls and temporary exhibitions which contains the expansive history of the small city of Brussels. Place des Palais 7, 1000 Brussels
Tel: +32 7 022 04 92
City Hall of Brussels: A masterpiece of Gothic Architecture of the 15th century, the inside of the building contains many different architectural and artistic styles of the time period in which it was built. Grand Place 1000, Brussels
Tel:+32 2 279 22 11

For more information, please visit: http://www.visitbrussels.be

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