By Michael Martin; local wanderer and art nouveau admirer
Edited by Holly Jenson
If I had to describe Brussels in three words, I’d say it’s a crazy cosmopolitan village. Our city is a huge mix of so many cultures and there are over 170 languages spoken, but it’s small enough to feel like a village of sorts too! I have lived in this beautiful place for 11 years now and I love people watching as I walk around. The city centre is small like a village but there are lots of suburban sub-cultures you can reach in minutes which make Brussels a really unique place. I’ve combined all of my favourite parts of the city to round up the top 10 things to see in Brussels so you can get a local experience of the place I call home.