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Level 9
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Overall rating: 8
Eating and Drinking: You find a lot of world restaurants, including a Thai where we ate very well. Central location with al fresco dining. We ate a dish with spicy seafood and sweet and sour chicken, which was also spicy. Very good. The place was called Buddha Si
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Level 11
Overall rating: 8
Eating and Drinking: Don't miss the local cuisine, for example: moules-frites, but above all the beers, they have a huge selection and the highest quality in the world. You also have restaurants in the alleys of the centre with food from every continent. It's very nice to sit at the tables on sunny days
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Level 18
Overall rating: 8
Not to miss: It's an amazing city, there are a thousand things to do and see. The friendliness of the people who live there is exemplary! Use public transport to get around: it's excellent and very cheap. Visit the Atomium!
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Level 100
Overall rating: 6
Not to miss: Also in architecture in Brussels you can find a mixture of different styles. Near the gothic cathedrals and churches you will observe some classical building facades but also art nouveau and art deco houses. The historic market square “Grand’Place” with its architectonic beauties is said to be the heart of Brussels and one of the most beautiful town squares all over Europe.
The Surrealist art movement guided by René Magritte took off in Brussels.
The climate is rather cool and humid during the whole year. In spring and summer temperature is agreeable and only seldom very hot, in autumn and winter it is cold and gray.

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Level 100
Overall rating: 6
General opinion:  Brussels is the bilingual capital of Belgium. French and Dutch are the official languages of the city and the street names and the traffic sings are always written in both languages.
The inland capital of Belgium is surrounded by Netherlands, Germany, Luxembourg and France. Furthermore Brussels is a multi-lingual and multi-cultural city in the heart of Europe, this makes it with justification be the “Capital of Europe” where also the European Parliament has found its ideal home.
The population in whole Belgium is about only 10.2 million, Brussels itself ... More has about 970.000 inhabitants, but Belgian are said to be very able to compensate for their small numbers with trained diplomacy, compromise and negotiation.

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Level 19
Overall rating: 10
Useful tips: Never order water at restaurants, it's better to bring along a bottle of water. Walking around without a map and getting lost is the best way to discover scenic new squares and buildings that aren't included in the guides. If you want to get a metro ticket or weekly card, make sure you have change, they don't take notes.
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Level 9
Overall rating: 8
Not to miss: I traveled with easyjet, you land at the airport closest to the city centre and you take the train to the centre, then I always get around on foot, everything is pretty close. Don't miss a trip to Bruges, by train again. I stayed at the Radisson: comfortable, clean, good breakfast ...
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Level 1
Overall rating: 8
General opinion: It is not a bad city, very expensive though.
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Level 1
User 28937
Overall rating: 7
General opinion: I find Brussels to be a very special place, a unique atmosphere, excellent food. An awesome people are located in Brussels, it is a city I would visit much more often if I could.
Not to be missed:
Grand Place
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Level 1
User 28269
Overall rating: 8
General opinion: I always enjoy the service offered by the crew of Brussels airlines.
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User 16454
Overall rating: 1
Useful tips: No need to leave tips, service is already calculated in the bill
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User 15563
Overall rating: 10
Not to miss: i love it <3
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User 15306
Overall rating: 8
General opinion: trés jolie
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