Saturday, November 7, 2009

Brussels - The Capital City of Belgium - Rovignon Bed and Breakfast


The city of Brussels, capital of Belgium and home to the European Parliament welcomes visitors with a pleasant temperate climate and a host of sights and delights to entertain and a great deal more than the proverbial beer and chocolate. Narrow cobbled streets open suddenly into the breathtaking Grand-Place, with its ornate guild houses, impressive Town Hall and buzzing atmosphere. Bars, restaurants and museums are clustered within the compact city center, enclosed within the petit ring, which follows the path of the 14th-century city walls. Other Brussels landmarks include the bronze statue of the Manneken-Pis, The Royal Palace, Belvue Museum, the Natural Sciences Museum and the Royal Museums of Art and History. Children will enjoy the Mini-Europe science exhibit with miniatures of the Eiffel Tower, Berlin, Westminster and more, while adults may wish to visit the famous landmark called the Atomium, a giant model of an oxygen molecule.

Rovignon Bed and Breakfast

Rovignon Bed and Breakfast is located close to the city center, Au Rovignon is a XIXth century townhouse renovated in 1994. In close proximity to public transportation, it's an ideal place to stay to explore the capital of Europe. The world famous Grandplace is just 15 minutes away as are the European institutions or the atomium. Your hosts will be more than happy to assist you in your discovery of their city. A free map of the city and tourist information will be waiting for you in your room. For those who travel with their laptop, Au Rovignon is equipped with wireless internet. A full continental breakfast is included in the price. Children are welcome, your host family has three. As well, there are three cats on residence. The house is fully non-smoking.

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