As European capital of institutions, Brussels’ tourism is driven by international business clientele. However, the Belgian capital also relies on its culture. Comic strips, international artists, art of living, green spaces, it has all it takes to attract two types of clientele who, a priori, never cross one another’s paths. Public and private powers work together to host the member of the European Parliament during the week while tourists continue their quest for cultural references in a cosmopolitan environment.
Brussels and its European institutions, Brussels and its museums, Brussels and its busy nightlife where a glass of local beer in one hand goes well with a cone of French fries in the other. Brussels and its celebrities from Jacques Brel to Marguerite Yourcenar and the Manneken Pis… as many ordinary...
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