Six Airbnb to discover Brussels with family or friends

Do you want a change of scenery and discover another city? Rent a Aibnb and discover Brussels! Located less than two hours from Paris by train, Brussels is full of museums (The Belgian Comic Strip Center, the Magritte Museum, the Atomium, etc.), good addresses for foodies and places to go out to party . You will also discover a city with contrasting architecture and unusual works of art such as the King’s House on the Grand ‘Place or the mythical Manneken Piss, pride of the people of Brussels. Here are 6 Airbnbs to put your suitcase in Brussels and enjoy this magnificent city.

A trendy loft with a panoramic view

Located on 18 th floor of a building to the north from Brussels and near the quays, this loft borrows from the industrial style that blends with the plants in the living room. You will have access to two front and rear balconies with breathtaking views, and you can enjoy the sun both in the early morning and at the end of the day. To access the center of Brussels, nothing could be simpler: you will find a metro station at the foot of the building.

An original experience in a very arty loft

No, you’re not dreaming. In this large atypical apartment, it is indeed a tipi that will serve as a bed: it houses a mattress for two people. You will be immersed in a Zen and artistic atmosphere. As for comfort, no worries since you will have at your disposal a complete kitchen with a large bar, a living room, a bathroom with tub and separate shower, many windows that make the space bright, the WI- FI and washing machine. You can also discover the Anderlecht district, a must-see in Brussels city center.

A magnificent art deco apartment in the district of Ixelles

This very beautiful apartment, particularly bright, composed of two bedrooms, a spacious living room and a patio, is located at the top of a building of years 18. Put down your suitcases in peace and enjoy this chic and sophisticated place at the end of your outings in Brussels and its surroundings. You will feel at home.

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