Area & Location: Located in the center of Belgium, the city of Brussels has a total area of 162 sq. km. Situated at 50º50'37? Latitude North and 4º21'27? Longitude East, around 140,000 people reside in the city.
Tourist Attractions: The monuments of the city draw thousands of tourists like Grand Place, Manneken Pis and many more. Being the capital city, Brussels is well developed with all modern facilities.
Transportation: Brussels National Airport is the main airport in the city that operates both domestic and international flights. The Brussels metro and tram network cover the city. The city has its own port that helps in the import and export of cargo. The city has three to four railway stations on the North and South Junction. It also has a wide road network that covers the entire city and links it with other cities of the country.
Hotels: Brussels has variety of hotels ranging from cheap to luxurious. Not only tourists, but also middle class people can enjoy the facilities provided by these hotels. Some of the hotels that provide delicious food and comfortable accommodation are ATLAS Hotel Brussels, Alfa Louise, Alfa Sablon, AMIGO, Argus Hotel, Astoria, Bristol Stephanie, CARREFOUR de l'Europe, Conrad and County House.
Places of Attraction: The capital city of Brussels draws in visitors for Brussels tour from far and wide with its marvelous infrastructure and well-maintained surroundings. Grand-Place-one of the most beautiful squares in Europe, Royal Museum of Fine Arts, Atomium-a unit cell of an iron crystal, Mini-Europe -a part of Heysel in Brussels, that contains replicas of famous buildings from countries in the European Union, The Heysel Exhibition Park, Basilica of the Sacred Heart in Koekelberg, The Jubilee Arch, Manneken Pis and De Munt/La Monnaie are the places and monuments that represent the city.