Brussels sprouts plenty of appeal

For some, Brussels on the surface doesn’t appear to offer all that much to admire – not just politically, but as a place to visit, with a bit of a reputation for being grey, boring, bureaucratic, even soulless. Like most stereotypes, blown way out of proportion. What really defines the capital of Belgium and all of Europe, site of the continent’s parliament and various of its institutions, is its status as a crossroads. After the work days are over, people from all corners of Europe and beyond hit the cafés, restaurants, and clubs to create a delightful, cosmopolitan mix that welcomes the stranger. And then, too, there are plenty of... keep reading

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