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Things to do in Brussels with a baby

We went to Brussels with our 22 month old baby during the winter! The capital of Belgium, is a beautiful and vibrant city with plenty of things to see and do. If you're traveling to Brussels with a baby, there are still plenty of activities that you can enjoy together. 

 

Here are the top things to do:

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1. Atomium

 

This iconic landmark offers panoramic views of the city and interactive exhibits that will keep kids entertained.

2. Mini-Europe park

 

This park is near the Atomium and features miniature versions of some of Europe's most famous landmarks, including the Eiffel Tower, Elisabeth Tower, and the Colosseum. It's a lot of fun to go around with kids and take pictures of them with buildings that are the same height as them!

3. Parc de Bruxelles

 

Take a stroll in this large park in the heart of the city as it is a great place for kids to run around and explore.

 

4. Visit a museum

You can either visit the Brussels Museum of Natural Sciences: This museum features interactive exhibits that will teach kids about science and nature in an engaging way.

Or you can visit the Children's Museum: The museum is called "Kinder Museum" where kids can learn about history and art through hands-on activities.

5. Grand Place

 

Last but certainly not least is the main square of the city! It's beautiful during the day but also at nighttime when you can catch a sound and light show that makes all the buildings come alive! The square is very big and for pedestrians only so kids have a lot of space to run around and explore!

For baby travel tips follow: https://www.instagram.com/sophiefamilytravel/

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