Oddly hidden, the enclosed cobblestone square is only revealed as you enter on foot from one of six narrow side alleys. The major focal point is the 15th-century City Hall. On Monday, Wednesday & Friday morning there is a flower market. At many other times, the square might host anything from Christmas fairs to rock concerts to extraordinary flower carpet. You ought to dependably begin your Brussels visit with Grand Place. The market comprises of some amazing organization houses just as the astonishing Gothic structure-The Town Hall. This makes it one a simple couple of lovely downtown areas in Europe. This town square is likewise called the Grote Market and was built over hundreds of years. This place is representative of the cosmopolitanism of current Brussels and practically all structures here have some verifiable criticalness.
Victor Hugo declared Grand Place as the most fine-looking square in the whole of Europe. Throughout the summer months, there is free of charge every night amusement including fireworks and light and sound shows. It is listed as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. It is Called “Grote Markt” in Dutch. It is an architectural marvel of Brabantine Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque styles. The square is surrounded by the Houses of the Guilds (or Guildhalls), the Town Hall and the King’s House. Another famous nearby attraction is the Manneken Pis Statue