Since World War II, Belgium’s capital of Brussels has been at the spot light of international politics. In addition to this, Brussels has continuously experienced a growing influx of tourists and visitors. There are a range of museums in Brussels including a range of Art museums, so definitely a destination for art fanatics. Among Brussels’ museums is the must visit musical instrument museum. Other attractions include the Manneken and Jeanneke pis, Parc du Cinquantenaire, Place Royale, and the Cathedral of St. Michael and St. Gudula. Brussels is one of the most international cities in the world. Foreigners make up almost 30% of the population. If you’ve been to a chocolate store such as Max Brenner or Lindt, you would’ve been introduced to a Belgian Waffle with some ice-cream, chocolate fondue and bananas or strawberries; if you’re in Brussels, a mouthwatering Belgian Waffle is never far away and a must try! Other popular dishes include French fries, Brussel sprouts, mussels, and a lot of French food.
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Restaurant Prices in Brussels are 19.08% higher than in Sydney
Groceries prices in Brussels are 4.72% higher than in Melbourne
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