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visit.brussels welcomes you to Brussels

 

EFTTEX is proud to have partnered with visit.brussels 

visit.brussels website has a wealth of knowledge for any visitor travelling to the city. Whether you need advice or suggestions on where to stay, what to do or where to eat their website will help you plan your time.

 

Click Here   for the Visit Brussels website for more information and things to do during your stay in Brussels

 

visit.brussels is the Brussels tourist agency. Its mission is to bolster and spread the image of the Brussels-Capital Region. visit.brussels wishes to put Brussels on the local and international map as the capital of 500 million Europeans, the "world city" where 184 different nationalities mingle, making Brussels a cosmopolitan place with permanent links to the rest of the world. The website of visit.brussels has comprehensive information for everyone planning to visit the capital: https://visit.brussels/en

 

The Convention & Association Bureau of visit.brussels is tasked with promoting the Brussels-Capital Region as a host city for MICE conferences and events. We believe Brussels is the best place to hold your convention and we can help you organise it flawlessly. Our team of experts will work with you right through the process, from planning and bidding to funding and welcoming your delegates. Organizers are welcome to use the services of visit.brussels, which are also available online: https://visit.brussels/en/lists/meetings-homepage

Our EFTTEX Team Top Picks

Manneken Pis, Jeanneke Pis & Zinneke

Nearly everyone knows about Manneken Pis, the quirky peeing boy statue that Brusselaars like to dress up and have good-humourdly adopted as their symbol. Lesser known are the Manneken’s family members: both girl sculpture Jeanneke Pis and dog sculpture Zinneke have been doing their business on the streets of Brussels since the ’90s.

 

Grand-Place

Enclosed by a 15th-century Town Hall, almost 40 sumptuous guild houses, and the equally grandiose Maison du Roi, the Grand-Place only reveals its splendor after you’ve made your way up one of the several small cobbled alleys.