Brussels is the capital of Belgium, the Flemish region, the Brussels-Capital region, the Flemish and French communities and the second most cosmopolitan city in the world.
Brussels played a key role in the creation of Europe, and is often referred to as the capital of Europe. As a matter of fact, Belgium is one of the six founding countries of the European Economic Community and has made the greatest contribution to the creation of the European Union. It is for this reason that Brussels is home the EU, Nato and many international agencies and companies.
Historically, Brussels enjoyed a strategic geographical location and was established on major trade routes during the Middle Ages. Many great names in history have lived in Brussels, such as Philippe Le Bon, the Duke of Burgundy, the Emperor Charles V and many others.
Things to do and see in Brussels
Brussels has a rich historical and cultural heritage. It is a city of art (the Flemish Primitives, Brueghel the Elder, Magritte, Comic, etc.) characterized by a wide variety of architectural styles: gothic, renaissance, baroque, Art Nouveau, Art Déco, neoclassical and contemporary. Moreover, Brussels offers a large selection of beers, chocolates, fries and waffles.
Bravo Discovery has developed several tours and activities to provide the best experience of Brussels. We also organise day trips to the main touristic cities of Belgium: Bruges, Ghent and Antwerp.
We are specialists in responsible tourism and work in partnership with the Brussels Tourist Office (visit.brussels).