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Upcoming Brussels Conferences & Webinars

Brussels, capital of Belgium. It is located in the valley of the Senne River, a small tributary of the Schelde. Greater Brussels is the country’s largest urban agglomeration. It consists of 19 communes, or municipalities, each with a large measure of administrative autonomy. The largest commune which, like the greater metropolitan area, is named Brussels contains the historic core of the city and the so-called “European Quarter,” where the institutions of the European Union (EU) are located. The city of Brussels has evolved several times but to this day you can still see the original city walls. Throughout the ages Brussels has been the home of kings, a trade hub and an epicenter of many crafts. Beer, waffles and chocolate are usually the first trades that come to mind when talking about Belgium or Brussels. But there are many other enterprises that make up its economy. Belgium’s National Day celebrates the end of the Belgian Revolution and the start of the Kingdom of Belgium, with the commemoration of Leopold I. On July 21st, many Belgians head into Brussels to partake in activities and ceremonies, such as watching the military and civil parades. Belgians take this day as their own, with a variety of activities and an outdoor festival in the Brussels Park (Royal Park). An extraordinary firework display in the capital closes out the national celebration.

How to reach  Brussels:


The Brussels International Airport, also known as the Brussels National or Zaventem is the major airport of Brussels and is well connected to major cities across the world, including most European cities. The airport is well connected to the city and you can either take a taxi or a train to reach the city. Trains leave from the airport every 15 minutes and are a convenient and quick way to get into the city.


Brussels is connected by a strong bus network to major European cities such as London, Frankfurt, Amsterdam and Paris.


Brussels has three main stations, namely the Midi-Zuid, Central-Centraal and Nord-Noord. Brussels is very well connected to all major cities in Europe through a strong railway network. There are many high-speed trains operated by Thalys and Eurostar and connect Brussles to cities such as London, Paris, Amsterdam, Nice and other European destinations.

Tourist Attractions:

  • Grand Place (Grote Markt)
  • Mannekin Pis
  • Saint-Michel Cathedral (Sint-Michiels Kathedraal)
  • Belgian Comic Strip Center
  • Place Royale (Koningsplein)

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