Enjoy a delicious menu while sightseeing. A tram takes up 34 guests on a culinary two hour tour around Brussels. Price starts at EUR75. For hours and further detail please visit website.
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As the home to premier European Union organizations, institutions and the headquarters of NATO, the largest urban center in Belgium appears to be simply a hub for politicians, diplomats and government representatives from all over the world. But before you form any pre-conceived notions about this bustling cultural hot-spot, you must know more about the famed Belgian chocolate, waffles and beer; visits to the city's beautiful, quaint parks, streets, squares and tourist spots are also a must. Brussels also happens be to birth place of the 'misleading' name of the world's favorite fast food, french fries. This cosmopolitan city represents an amalgamation of both French and Flemish cultures and ways of life, resulting in a rich tapestry of both food and art. The number of museums here would leave any tourist gobsmacked, and its nightlife goes on till the wee hours of the morning. Brussels' architecture is also evidence of its rich, old world charm that skilfully blends in with the modern, fast-paced city life of today. Of its numerous landmarks, some of the notable mentions are the Grand Palace, St. Michael and Gudula Cathedral, Cinquantenaire Park, Brussels Stock Exchange, and the Royal Palace.