Private taxi to Antwerp & Brussels
Once in Brussels you will visit the intriguing Atomium, the symbol of the city that was created in the context of the World Exhibition in 1958. Since Brussels is the unofficial capital of Europe, a visit to the EU government buildings should not be missed. The extensive tour also stops at the ‘Tomb of the Unknown Soldier’, a monument in Brussels where on 11 November 1922 the remains of an unknown soldier were buried. The monument is located at the foot of the Congress Column, which commemorates the National Congress of 1830 (which ratified the Belgian Constitution).
You also visit the beautiful Royal Palace of Brussels, take a look at the old craft lace bobbins and laugh at the Belgian humor of Manneken Pis. Then it is time to enjoy the versatile and beautiful city on your own.