2 Days in Brussels Itinerary Story

By Agne Civilyte

Introduction

2 Days in Brussels Itinerary Story

Brussels is one of the most premier cities in Europe. It is an ideal place for people interested in history,...

Day 1

Explore Lower Town and Brussels Outskirts

I suggest starting your first day of this Brussels 2 day itinerary with authentic Lower Town - the oldest part...

Day 1 - Stop 1

Wander around Comic Strip Wall

Comic Strip Wall (or Comic Book Route) consists of 50 murals representing Belgium’s comic characters such as Tin Tin, the...

Day 1 - Stop 2

Discover Zinneke Pis

Everyone has heard about Manneken Pis (the urinating boy statue) which is Brussels city symbol. However, did you also know...

Day 1 - Stop 3

Church of Sainte Catherine

Church of Sainte Catherine (or Eglise Sainte-Catherine) is one of the most beautiful churches in Brussels. You will be fascinated...

Day 1 - Stop 4

Learn about Belgium comics at Comics Arts Center

Located inside the beautiful Art Nouveau building, Belgian Comic Strip Center (Comics Art Museum) is a museum dedicated to comics....

Day 1 - Stop 5

Find Jeanneke Pis

Jeanneke Pis is another Brussels urinating statue created by Denis-Adrien Debouvrie in 1985. This modern sculpture is under a meter...

Day 1 - Stop 6

Pay a visit to Brussels City Museum

Brussels City Museum (also known as Musee de la Ville de Bruxelles) is the greatest museum in Brussels. It is...

Day 1 - Stop 7

Get astonished by Brussels Town Hall

Dating back to medieval times, Brussels Town Hall (Hotel de Ville de Bruxelles) is the oldest town hall in Belgium....

Day 1 - Stop 8

Manneken Pis

Manneken Pis or Peeing Boy is a bronze fountain statue that was originally created in the 15th century. Locals say...

Day 1 - Stop 9

Have meal at Aromium Restaurant

Located about 30 minutes away from the city centre (by tram), Atomium Restaurant is one of the best restaurants in...

Day 1 - Stop 10

Explore Laeken Park

Laeken Park (also known as Parc de Laeken and Royal Parc) is a massive park near Atomium. It is a...

Day 2

Get lost in upscale Brussels Upper Town

Brussels’ Upper Town is a modern part of the city filled with high-end shops, upscale neighbourhoods, top-class museums, classy bars,...

Day 2 - Stop 1

Start your day at Mont Des Arts

Meaning ‘a hill of arts’, Mont Des Arts is one of the most beautiful places to visit in Brussels in...

Day 2 - Stop 2

Stop by St Michael and St Gudula Cathedral

St Michael and St Gudula Cathedral (commonly known as Brussels Cathedral) is an important monument of the city that you...

Day 2 - Stop 3

Cut through Brussels Park

Brussels Park (also known as Parc de Bruxelles and Warandepark) is the largest park in central Brussels. It is an...

Day 2 - Stop 4

Learn about music at the Musical Instruments Museum

Established in one of the most stunning Art Nouveau buildings (built-in 1899), the Musical Instruments Museum (or MIM) has to...

Day 2 - Stop 5

Quick visit to Goudenberg Palace Museum

Coudenberg Palace Museum is one of the places in Brussels that doesn't receive much attention from tourists. It is a...

Day 2 - Stop 6

Take a look at the Royal Palace of Brussels

Royal Palace of Brussels (or Palais Royal) is one of the most famous European buildings in Belgium. It represents the...

Day 2 - Stop 7

Have lunch at Au Vieux Saint Martin

Lunch at Au Vieux Saint Martin restaurant is a must do in Brussels in 2 days. Opened in 1968, the...

Day 2 - Stop 8

Go shopping at Place du Grand Sablon

Are you tired of parks and museums? If yes, it’s time to visit a Place du Grand Sablon - an...

Day 2 - Stop 9

Explore Parc du Cinquantenaire

Parc du Cinquantenaire (or Jubelpark) is a big park and national landmark situated just outside Brussels city center. It is...

Day 2 - Stop 10

Have a drink at Le Grand Central

Le Grand Central is the last thing on your' what to do in Brussels' list. Located in a European Quarter,...

Conclusion

In Summary

There are lots of things to see and experience in Belgium's capital, whether you have just 24 hours in the...