Au Repos des Chasseurs

Ave. Charle-Albert 11, Brussels, 1170, Belgium
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mini europe

by weelass1

visiting brussels with my elderly parents april 9th they really want to visit mini europe can anyone help me with the easiest and most stress free way to travel there from brussels we are staying at the sheraton rogier place can you get a train straight to it or close by without any changes.

Re: mini europe

by marielexoteria

From the metro station Rogier, take the subway line 2 towards Simonis until the end of the journey (3 stops), then take the subway line 1a towards Roi Baudoin and get off at Heysel (6 stops). Mini Europe is in the vicinity of the Atomium.

I saw some buses too going to De Brouckere but I don't remember the number.

Hope it helps.

Re: mini europe

by marielexoteria

My bad. The metro line towards Roi Baudoin is 6, not 1a. I was looking at an old map.

Re: mini europe

by qaminari

I am sure I have answered this question before (maybe on Tripadvisor), although I am not sure you expressed it this way. If you want to do it without changes, as I have already explained, metro line 6 is 6-shaped which and Rogier is somewhere near the top of the round part. While the most direct route would therefore require changing at Simonis-Elisabeth, you CAN actually go the other way, to Gare du Midi (right at the bottom of the number 6) and continue without changing almost to the terminus: Heysel is the station before the terminus, Roi Baudouin, which is what you would look for in terms of the direction of travel.

Travel Tips for Brussels

the central place (Grote Markt - Grand Place)

by chancay

Downtown Brussels is absolutely impressing. All around the central place there are different old beautiful buildings like the royal palace and the cathedral, the dukes of Brabant Hall and various guild halls. In the whole city I saw a lot of beautiful churches, govermental buildings etc. Unfortunately my fondest memory is that Brussels next to all it´s beauty is really dirty. The subways, the streets, a lot of buildings very dirty.

I needed some icecream...

by belgianchocolate

It isn't that unusual for us to swap
restaurants for having dessert somewhere else.
That has nothing to do with the restaurant we
are in at that moment. I just don't like to sit
too long or I know something in the neighbourhood
that just sounds better.

After our dinner in 'le p?cheur' I knew such an
address in the 'Baljuwstraat' not far from the
'Louisalaan'.
' Le Framboisier Dor!'

Doesn't that sounds great?
One problem , my information seemed to be
a little overtime. The place was closed.
My paper sais 22h and in fact 19h it closes down.
So had to miss out on that great homemade
icecream , waffles , ...

I can't stand that and I didn't wanted to go to
bed without my icecream. Even if it was freezing.

Thank god we found 'Island' ice cream
on the 'waterloolaan' not far from the ugc-cinema.

They had this fantastic Belgian flavours like
-speculoos , pain d'?pices , cookies....

Never give up if you want something
really bad. Always look for an happy ending. hihi

Cows in Brussels; the miniatures

by kylian74

Recently, in mid 2003 there was an exhibit of cows replica in different places whitin Brussels, It ended up successfully and cows sold to individuals after the expositions. As souvenirs and for those who wanted to have a smaller version of cows, there were few available in some exclusive shops in Brussels. Though, it's nice to look on it!

Something different for kids

by kylian74

While you are enjoying the christmas market around like tasting foods, not only belgians but there are always chance to find food specialties from other countries.The very popular 'gluwhien', hot chocolates and Jenever are just around the corner.

If kids are bored hopping around, put them in the carousel, I'm sure they will appreciate it, there was a giant ferries wheel too. Hanging out with the family during xmas season is always the best thing.

Brussels Tip

by Krystynn

Still at the site of the famous Atomium.

The Atomium is indeed an impressive monument and it stands at 332 feet (102 meters) high.... with 9 spheres (59 feet [18m] in diameter) connected by tubes measuring 94 feet (29m) in length and 10 feet (3m) thick. Amazing, right? There are also many escalators connecting the spheres (to one other) and most of these are science exhibits. Another elevator (said to be Europe's FASTEST!) leads visitors straight up to an Observation Gallery and restaurant in the topmost atom.

What are the opening hours of the Atomium? Well, it's opened from:-

- 9AM to 8PM daily from April to August.

- And, 10AM to 6PM from September to March.

A ticket costs 200 Belgian Francs (for adults).

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