3 must-see hop-off attractionsBrussels is indeed one of the seats of the European Parliament, but there’s more to see in the Belgian capital than politicians! Here are our 3 must-see attractions in Brussels. Hop off the bus and it’s only a short walk to Grand Place. This cobblestoned square makes the UNSECO World Heritage List thanks to the striking and varied architecture of the historic buildings that surround it. Be sure to visit at night to see it lit up in all its glory. Close to Grand Place is our second must-see attraction – Manneken Pis. It’s one of the city’s main tourist attractions, but what is it you may ask. Well, it’s a statue of a little boy urinating, and its name means “little peeing man”! If you’re lucky, you may see him dressed up in a costume, a tradition dating back to 1968. Finally, no visit to Brussels would be complete without a visit to the Atomium. Built for the World Fair in 1958, this unique structure is 100 metres tall and offers spectacular views of Brussels.