Historical center of Brussels penthouse - incredible 360 degree views

Historical center of Brussels penthouse - incredible 360 degree views


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1 Bedrooms
Sleeps 2
1 Bathrooms
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Our home

It's a 70 suare meter penthouse, with a 30 square meter boardwood terrace. The place consists of one big living space, with a seperated sleeping area. Bathroom with bath and shower, kitchen with gas cooker and all necessary appliances. Floor to ceiling windows facing the city.
The most spectacular view in town.

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Who we are

  1. My name's Robin. I'm a journalist with Belgian National TV. I live by myself (most of the time). My interests are theater, good food, photography and Brussels - one of Europe's most fascinating, and under-rated cities.

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Where is it?

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When you've seen Brussels, you're within a 2h train ride from Paris. London will take you three hours. Amsterdam about 2 and a half. The penthouse is on top of a six story building, located next to the canal that passes the westside of the Brussels inner city. From the 30 square meter terrace you look right into Rue Antoine Dansaert, which is the city's trendiest shopping street. This long street leads straight to the Grand Place - arguably the most beautiful market square in the world. The whole area between the Grand Place and the canal is full of great cafes, restaurants, clubs, etc.
On the other side of the canal you walk into a very colourful neighbourhood, filled with North African and Indian shops, teahouses and small restaurants. There are daily markets within walking range, one of them right around the corner.

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