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Vacation rentals in Brussels

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Rental unit in Schaarbeek
EU DISTRICT Great terrace and private bathroom ❤
WELCOME AT YOUR PLACE! *Great privacy/comfort *No shared amenities *High speed wifi *Fast connections to EU/City/Airport *Safe and quiet area * Shops, restaurants & parks around The Penthouse is divided in 2 separate areas : StudioRoom & Appartment The StudioRoom offers a complete PRIVATE accommodation *Private bathroom & separate toilet *Well equipped kitchen corner *Bright space with working corner *Sunny terrace with great views FROM JULY->OCTOBER Access to shared LivingRoom & Kitchen
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Rental unit in Brussel
NEW SUPER CENTRAL cosy studio in Brussels HEART
It is a building built with cosy studios in the heart of the city. Literally a minute walk from everywhere. It is the heart next to grande place, the shopping street, restaurants ( I happen to own three as well in this street). Everything is close by. Delirium pub, the manneken piss, chocolate factory, place de la monnaie, malls, metro, taxis and even a parking place behind the building. It is super ideal for couples and families who want to profit enjoying the heart of Europe for some days.
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Hotel room in Brussel
Cosy studio in Brussels super centrally located
It’s a super central building with small cute studios with brand new quality beds and mattresses, fridge, coffee machine and a shower room with sink. This place is on the second floor of the building and you access it through stairs. It is very silent and super accessible to all the things you can see in brussels centre with literally the best location of the city. All is here within a couple blocks. Grande place, manneken piss, pubs, restos. All is here. Washing machine and dryer as well.
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Stay near Brussels's top sights

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Musée Magritte Museum490 locals recommend
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Bois de la Cambre534 locals recommend
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Royal Palace of Brussels222 locals recommend
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Brussels City Museum33 locals recommend
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Parc du Cinquantenaire522 locals recommend
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Atomium519 locals recommend

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Beautiful flat near Grand Place
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Art Nouveau Floral
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Cozy and bright apartment in the heart of Brussel
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Private room in Brussels
Nice bedroom in Brussels center
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Private room in Saint-Gilles
MAJESTIC Master's Grand Salon
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Private room in City of Brussels
Cosy studio in city center close to Grand Place!
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Rental unit in Saint-Gilles
Cosy and well-located apartment in Brussels
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Private room in Brussel
Room in apartment near large square
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Private room in Brussel
Cosy bedroom in Brussels center
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Private room in Forest
Sunny Tranquil Room in Boho Flat
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Condo in Matonge
Spacious and charming apartment.
Rental unit in Brussel
Super centrally appartement, TV,NEW kitchen, sofa.
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Your guide to Brussels

All About Brussels

As Belgium’s capital city and the birthplace of Art Nouveau, Brussels has an air of European sophistication that embraces artistic expression. The city is home to numerous fountains, museums dedicated to musical instruments, a theme park with miniature replicas of famous monuments, and a center that celebrates comics and graphic novels. Although the architecture, art, and shopping are world class, the city’s diverse history and magic are best captured in its food. As you stroll down the cobblestone streets in Brussels’ historic districts, you’ll pass chocolate shops displaying handmade bonbons, smell sugary stroopwafels in the air, and spot street vendors selling cones of crispy frites.

The central square, or Grand Palace, in the medieval central district is a great place to start exploring. It’s a UNESCO World Heritage Site surrounded by ornate buildings from the 17th century. You can also take in the gardens, monuments, and museums of Cinquantenaire Park and the upscale mansions and gothic churches of Sablong. In the hip neighborhood of Marolles, working-class residents sip coffee in unfussy cafes. Along the way you can snag a mitraillette, a Belgian sandwich with meat and fries, a perfect snack to enjoy on the lawn of Duden Park.

When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Brussels?

Weather in Brussels is relatively mild aside from its chilly winters. With around nine days of rain each month, it's always a good idea to pack warm layers and an umbrella. If you’re staying during April or May, visit the rare plants and flowers in full bloom at the Royal Greenhouses of Laeken, a 19th-century Art Nouveau complex that spans 270,000 square feet. Locals fill up the city’s squares and beer gardens in the summer months, but you’ll be far from the only one exploring the narrow streets. Between September and November, mussels are in season, but you’ll need warmer layers and sturdy footwear to keep your balance on the city’s wet cobbles.

The cold weather and dark evenings in the winter months do not stop events and celebrations. In the weeks leading up to Christmas, the city is transformed for the Winter Wonders Festival with light shows in Grand Place, a Christmas market with outposts all over the city, an ice rink, a fairground, and stalls selling mulled wine and Belgian beer.

What are the top things to do in Brussels?

Royal Museums of Fine Arts of Belgium

In Brussels’ Royal District, you’ll find six stately art museums with more than 20,000 works on display. You’ll be able to view masterpieces from 15th-century Flemish painters, a museum dedicated to the works of Belgium’s most famous surrealist, and influential fin-de-siècle exhibits.

Marché du Midi

There’s a wealth of open-air markets throughout Brussels throughout the week, and you’ll likely stumble upon one if you spend any time exploring the city. One of the largest markets in Europe is Marché du Midi next to the central train station, where you’ll find stalls selling fresh produce, spices, prepared foods, and baked goods. For vintage trinkets, clothes, housewares, and books, check out the Jeu de Balle Flea Market, which takes place daily in the Marolles neighborhood.


Originally built for the World’s Fair in 1958, this eye-catching metal structure in Heysel Park has become an iconic Brussels landmark. Head up the elevator and inside through tunneled walkways that look like a science-fiction set and learn about the building’s history via a permanent exhibition before admiring panoramic views of the Brussels skyline through four of its nine sphere-shaped points.

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