Brussels at Christmas for families
The city of Brussels offers very interesting attractions to spend a Christmas weekend with children and family. One of them is the impressive Atomium, a monument with the appearance of a spaceship that looks like something out of a fiction movie. Right next door, you can enjoy with the children of the house of the precious Museum of Europe in miniature.
In this museum, besides being able to see the most characteristic monuments of Europe, children will be able to interact, pressing buttons that will make music sound, small trains move and boats navigate. At the entrance to the museum there is an excellent area with children's area, full of restaurants, where you can eat quietly while you recover strength for the next stop.
Visit with children to the heart of Brussels
It is advisable to take as a starting point the precious Great Place, where also at Christmas, will delight us with a wonderful light and sound show that will make both children and adults dream, but if you want the dream to continue, taking a walk from there, you will find a spectacular Christmas Market where children can enjoy:
- A ferris wheel so high that it looks like you reach the moon
- A lovely parade
- A merry-go-round so magical that you do not need a wand to make you dream
- A slide so big, that will make you live a huge emotion with your children
- A skating rink, where you can dance to the rhythm of Christmas.
- Lots of Christmas stalls, all different, providing excitement to adults and children.
- Chocolate of all shapes and colors; They will sweeten the day and if it is warmer, better than better for these cooler dates.
In search of monuments in Brussels
A typical game of the trip to Brussels is to look for the three most famous meons in the city, the Manneken Pis, his sisterJeanneke Pis, and his little dog, Ninneken Pis. It's about traveling the beautiful streets of the city in your search, while we also try their incredible cuisine, and of course, its famous and delicious chocolate.
And to eat ... in Brussels
The famous restaurant Leon offers its delicious pasta to the fruit di mare, and for the elderly its famous mussels cooked in all possible ways. The restaurant, besides having delicious food, is very cozy and has high chairs for the little ones, so it also turns out to be very comfortable for families with children.
Another interesting place to eat or dine is the Restaurant del Comic, to enjoy a friendly menu, surrounded by cartoons such as the Smurfs or Tintin.
Mónica Araujo. Director of Traveling with Mommy