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Life in Brussels
Belgium, with its proximity to Paris, London and Amsterdam, is a multicultural kingdom famous for its hospitality, folklore and quaint medieval cities. Brussels is the capital of Belgium, as well as home to the European Commission and the Council of the European Union. It is a stylish city of art, architecture, and of course, fine chocolates. Its casual cafes within the lively downtown square sit amongst markets selling goods of every kind via "guildhouses," or merchant guilds.
The Hotel de Ville on the square is the only building that remains from before the 17th century. It is open for guided tours throughout the week. The nearby Royal Museum of Fine Arts showcases both ancient and modern art within its Musee d'Art Ancien and Musee d'Art Moderne, and touring both can take an entire day, which is a day well spent. You'll find a captivating adventure on the narrow Butcher's Street, which simply overflows with restaurants offering every type of food being served by often very entertaining individuals.