The capital of the European Union, Brussels is naturally not a romantic place – but we are here to break misconceptions and tell you that you can have an amazing honeymoon almost everywhere in the world.
All you have to do is find the perfect locations and places to see! Moreover, Brussels has a lot to offer if you are willing to take your time and discover it – fancy restaurants, galleries, designer shops, amazing architecture, and museums.
There’s everything here to satisfy your both needs and desires. Therefore, let’s give you some much-needed information about the things you can do if you want to spend your honeymoon in Brussels – so that you won’t be entirely clueless by the time you get in your Brussels airport transfer.
When it comes to the place you’ll stay in, there is one location that has caught our eye – the Dolce La Hulpe Hotels and Resorts. Naturally, if you want to remember your honeymoon for the rest of your life, the place where you’ll crash in at the end of the day must be amazingly beautiful.
This accommodation complex is located in the Sonian Forest and it focuses on relaxation through light, which is achieved by the windows that run from the ceiling and to the floor – you can get a good view of the forest.
It takes only twenty minutes to get here from the city with a car, so you can safely call for a Brussels airport taxi – the ride isn’t going to be too expensive.
In terms of facilities, there’s a great chance that you’d rather spend more time in the resort than visiting Brussels – Dolce la Hulpe is equipped with a sauna, gym, spa, swimming pool, mountain bikes for hire, tennis courts, hammam, and woodland trails for both cycling and walking.
As soon as you get out of your accommodation, you want to know where to go with your significant other. For starters, and for art lovers, we recommend Magritte Museum.
It can be found in the city’s center and offers its visitors the chance to see a collection of over 200 oil paintings, drawings, sculptures, posters, painted objects, vintage photographs, and many more.
If you want to see more, you can visit the house where the painter Magritte and his wife lived. After all, a honeymoon is all about spending time together and seeing the beautiful things that can be found in your location of choice – and art is something that unites most people.
Now, if you want to explore the city itself, its streets and people, we recommend that you set your starting point as Grand Place. The square is considered the commercial heart of the city, but you can also see a significant number of buildings that display incredible architecture here.
For an unforgettable experience, you can sit outside of one of the pubs or restaurants in the area and simply look at your surroundings. Nothing compares with the sight of a beautiful city and with a sip of the locally brewed Stella Artois, right?