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day 1
December 1
Morning. Start your day in the heart of Brussels at Grand-Place (Grote Markt) [554], a beautiful square lined with historic buildings, cafes, and shops. Take a stroll through the square and admire the intricate architecture before heading to the iconic Manneken Pis [555], a small statue of a little boy peeing that has become a symbol of the city.
Afternoon. Visit the Atomium [12666], a unique structure that was built for the 1958 World Expo. Take a tour of the inside to learn about the history of the building and enjoy stunning views of Brussels from the top. Afterward, head to Brussels Royal Palace (Palais Royal de Bruxelles) [547] to see where the Belgian King resides.
Evening. Spend the evening at the Royal Galleries of Saint Hubert (Les Galeries St-Hubert) [17511], a beautiful shopping arcade that is home to a variety of luxury boutiques, chocolatiers, and cafes.
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day 2
December 2
Morning. Start your day with a visit to the European Parliament [553], one of the most important institutions of the European Union. Take a tour to learn about the history and functions of the EU and the Parliament. Afterward, head to the National Basilica of the Sacred Heart (Basilique Nationale du Sacr -Coeur) [17588], a stunning basilica that is one of the largest churches in the world.
Afternoon. Spend the afternoon at Cinquantenaire Park (Parc du Cinquantenaire) [552], a beautiful park that features a triumphal arch, museums, and gardens. Visit the Magritte Museum (Mus e Magritte) [545], which is dedicated to the works of the famous Belgian surrealist artist Ren Magritte.
Evening. End your day at St. Michael and St. Gudula Cathedral [3209], a beautiful Gothic-style cathedral that is the seat of the Archbishop of Brussels.
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day 3
December 3
Morning. Start your day at Mini-Europe [12665], a miniature park that features reproductions of famous European landmarks. Afterward, head to the Sablon District [17507], a charming neighborhood that is known for its antique shops, art galleries, and chocolate boutiques.
Afternoon. Visit the Palace of Justice (Palais de Justice) [546], one of the largest courthouses in the world and a stunning example of Neoclassical architecture. Afterward, head to the Horta Museum [17509], which is dedicated to the life and work of the famous Belgian Art Nouveau architect Victor Horta.
Evening. Spend the evening at Grand Sablon Square (Place du Grand Sablon) [12663], a picturesque square that is surrounded by beautiful architecture and is home to a variety of antique shops and art galleries.
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