Brussels, a sustainable city
Cosmopolitan and convivial. Unique and fun. Brussels is the ideal destination for a memorable and sustainable trip.
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What does Brussels have to offer?
A hub of high-speed rail and air links for international travel.
Eco-labels to encourage the tourism sector to modernise.
A strong emphasis on participatory tourism.
A city that is accessible to people with reduced mobility: see Brussels For All.
- Green space
The tourist offer in Brussels is growing and improving day by day: it has hotels that are energy efficient but generous in comfort, and restaurants serving healthy food with authentic flavours.
More modern and more fun ways to experience the city, by bike, on foot, on rollerblades or on Segways, which beats being stuck between two cars in a traffic jam.
And a host of other appealing, environmentally friendly and ethical attractions designed with respect for their sites’ natural and cultural resources and heritage.