Brussels, Belgium

Brussels, Belgium

We went to Brussels by bus “Dortmund-Paris” From Dusseldorf to Brussels it’s about 3.5 hours ride and costs 25 EUR.

That’s how our walking path looked like. About 36,000 steps.

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Near the Nort train station.

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Tramway stop. 1 hour ticket costs 2.10 EUR, 24 hour ticket costs 7 EUR.

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Metro station.
Interior work they decided to do later - inside it’s just raw concrete and plywood.

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The screen shows where is your next train and when will it arrive.

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Grand place, the big market - this is the central square.

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King’s house.

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Guild buildings.

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A piece of a town hall.

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Giant sweets.

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Cafes.

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Town hall view from behind.

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Manneken pis.
It was some kind of a carnival that day and he was dressed up in a suite.

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There were a lot of tourists.

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Church.

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St. Catherin’s Church.

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Fountains.

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Lake in the park.

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It’s not allowed to skate, what a shame.

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Another park near to European Parliament.

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Army museum.

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Dinner in the sky.

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Nearby there was a medieval fair.

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There are a lot of constructions in Brussels - on every corner there’s some work going on.

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European Parliament visitor center.

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European Parliament.

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We took a break in a small cafe next to the Parliament. Belgian beer is good.

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King’s Palace.

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The roads in Brussels are very wide.

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“Old England” building.

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Brussels Cathedral.

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Botanic garden.

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