Visit Brussels and the centre of the European Union by train

Whether it be work or leisure that lures you to the beautiful Belgian capital, arrive safely and comfortably with Deutsche Bahn.

Art, history, chocolate, and more: Brussels, Belgium awaits!

The ancient city of Brussels has long been a popular tourist destination. With stunning architecture, fantastic museums, and terrific food, it comes as no surprise! Whether your visit to Brussels is work- or leisure-related, book a ticket with Deutsche Bahn and be sure visit the following "must-see" sites:
- The Grand-Place or "Grote Markt": this UNESCO World Heritage Site is the bustling, cobble-stoned market square located in the heart of Brussels. Towering, well-preserved examples of medieval architecture line the square. Stroll through the flower market during the day and take in a free concert or show in the evening. Local bars, restaurants, and cafés are plentiful.
- Manneken-Pis: This little rascal of a statue is synonymous with Brussels. You can find him close to the Grote-Markt, perched in fountain where he laughingly "relives water"! Just follow the lines of tourists--he has become the most visited site in all of Brussels!

Budget-friendly and comfortable: your trip with Deutsche Bahn

Deutsch Bahn "Sparpreis Europa" tickets to Brussels start at just 19 euros. Four fast and reliable ICE trains make their way to Brussels daily from Frankfurt and Cologne. For families, the "Family Saver Fare" is a real bargain: children aged under 15 travel free. You can, of course, always book a convenient "Flexpreis" ticket. Take the train that suits your travel plans best, even if those plans change at the last minute.

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