One of the most popular ways to get to the continent from the UK is via the Eurostar train service from London’s St Pancras International Railway Station. In the summer a number of seasonal routes run including to France’s second city of Lyon, which is where we headed to for a few days away.
Right by the Atomium is the ADAM – the Art & Design Atomium Museum, which hosts various permanent exhibits that provide an insight on plastic designs from the 1950s to the present day. There are also a number of temporary exhibits covering design through other forms including other materials.
It’s one of the most iconic landmarks in Brussels, standing at a height of 102 meters and consisting of nine steel spheres connected all connected by tubes. Located right by Mini-Europe, The Atomium was originally constructed for a world fair, but is now host to exhibits and other public spaces, whilst also offering some striking views of the Belgium capital.
Ever fancied visiting as many landmarks in Europe as possible in as little time as possible? Well there is popular tourist attraction in Brussels where you can do exactly that – well sort of. Located in the Bruparck area of the Belgium capital is Mini-Europe, a park that hosts a whistle-stop tour of Europe where all the landmarks on show are of miniature size when compared to their real counterparts yet look very accurate.
You are thinking about what to do for evening meal. Ideally you want somewhere that is easy to get to from your hotel, has vegan food available for your partner, and sells good beer as well. Well in Brussels there is a pub that does just that, and it’s run by a British pub chain – BrewDog