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How to Find the Best Hotels in European Quarter, Brussels with Hotels.com

The unofficial capital of the European Union, Brussels' European Quarter is a site of enormous global significance. With some fine architecture, history, and multiculturalism on display, it's an area that's truly worth a visit if you're ever in Belgium, and you can find the ideal accommodation for your stay by visiting Hotels.com. Our site finds the best hotels for every individual customer, picking out the perfect location depending on each person's desires, tastes and arrival times. Simply type in your preferences, and Hotels.com will find an idyllic hotel for you in a matter of seconds.

What's the area surrounding European Quarter Like?

The structures in and around European Quarter emanate a grand sense of prestige, with the Berlaymont and Justus Lipsius buildings acting as two of the most politically significant and influential locations in contemporary society. The area sports a glossy, modern appearance, and if the chic architecture doesn't stir you, then the lush, green appearance Leopold's Park surely will. Schuman roundabout is a noteworthy sight, and walking tours of the European Quarter are available with several companies (although access to certain buildings is understandably limited). Several metro stations are located close by to allow for easy access to/from other parts of the city, and there are some sublime bars and restaurants dotted either side of tunnel cinquantenaire. For anyone with an interest in the workings of the European Parliament, and enthusiams for great history mixed with contemporary fun, this area will be thrilling to visit. To find the best hotels in European Quarter, Brussels, visit www.Hotels.com now.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals Around European Quarter

As one might expect, the area surrounding European Quarter is one that thrives on, and fully endorses, a strong sense of multiculturalism. An eclectic mix of residents both live and work in this part of Brussels, and on your visit to the European Quarter you're likely to encounter people of great diversity. Whilst English is spoken in the area, the first language is almost always French (or Dutch), so it's definitely in your best interests to pick up some basics before you start your trip to Brussels. The locals within the area are from all over Europe, and often either hold high political positions or are family members of those who hold a degree of power in the European Union. Be willing to show a degree of respect wherever you visit, and as long as you are polite, you'll find these locals to be extremely interesting and helpful individuals. Visit Hotels.com today, and you could have a room booked in one of the best hotels in European Quarter, Belgium in a matter of moments.

Things To Do in Brussels - Travel Guides

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