• international symbol of Brussels and Belgium.
  • an architectural triumph unlike any other in the world 
{9 spheres with a diameter of 18m, linked to each other by 20 tubes around thirty metres long, 102m tall}.
  • iconic legacy of the 1958 World Fair {Expo 58} and the world of the fifties.
  • the most popular attraction in the Capital of Europe.
  • permanent exhibition dedicated to Expo 58 plus temporary exhibitions {science, design, society}.
  • audio-guides {23 European languages, plus Arabic, Chinese, Hebrew, Russian and Turkish}.
  • just as unique are the stunning panoramic views over the city of Brussels {in clear weather you can see as far as Antwerp}.
  • website : www.atomium.be

 


 

  • 350 of the European Union's major monuments and attractions reproduced in the tiniest detail on the giant scale of 1/25.
  • the only park in the world, right here in the Capital of Europe, bringing together the 27 member countries of the EU.
  • covering over 2.5 ha, the park boasts miniature gardens and monuments showing off every detail.
  • you'll love the interactive displays: make Vesuvius erupt, launch the Ariane V rocket, and much more.
  • the interactive Spirit of Europe exhibition, bound to help you understand the EU better {its members, its history etc.}.
  • the 64-page colourful catalogue will guide you through the countries you're seeing {available in 10 languages}.
  • website : www.minieurope.eu

 

 

 

  • traditional workshop preparing chocolate and pralines.
  • licensed ambassador for Belgian chocolate around the world.
  • right in the heart of Brussels between the Grand-Place and the Manneken-Pis.
  • demonstrations in the workshop showing how these chocolates are produced {up to 200 people}.
  • museum recounting the history of cocoa.
  • tasting sessions for traditional pralines and hot chocolate.
  • website : www.planetechocolat.com & www.chocolaterie-bruxelles.com

 

 

 

  • probably the most Brussels restaurant-friture of the world.
  • the largest restaurant-friture in Belgium, made up with nine premises brimming with history.
  • a picturesque and warm, professional welcome.
  • national and international ambassador of typical Belgian cuisine.
  • a wide range of dishes from Belgium and Brussels, including the famous ‘Moules-Frites’, plus Lunch menus {3 dishes and a drink} during the week, prices starting from ¤14.25 per person.
  • exclusive production of a delicious bière blonde, Léon.
  • over 420 covers with banquet spaces for between 18 and 232 people {discounts available for groups of over 20 people}.
  • website : www.chezleon.be

 

 

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Brochure 2013: english (PDF 3,5Mb)