Brussels 跳蚤市場，作為遊客，想一探Brussels 的傳統文化，你就不要錯過了。
這是在布魯塞爾市中心靠南，有個擁有 180 年以上歷史的跳蚤市場（Flea Market at Jeu de Balle），營業時間從凌晨 3 點至中午 12 點，全年無休，據說即便是打仗期間也不歇業。比起歐洲各大城市的跳蚤市場規模，這裏走小而美路線；賣家多為專門「清空房子的人」──當有人死去時，人們會打電話請這群人來處理，因此他們所販售的商品，也就是所謂的「遺物」。華人或許會感覺有些難以接受，但對歐洲人來說，卻是便宜的寶藏。
The Royal Theatre of La Monnaie (French: Théâtre Royal de la Monnaie, Dutch: Koninklijke Muntschouwburg; both translating as the "Royal Theatre of the Mint"), is an opera house in central Brussels, Belgium. The National Opera of Belgium, a federal institution, takes the name of this theatre in which it is housed—La Monnaie in French or De Munt in Dutch—referring both to the building as well as the opera company.
Statue of Albert I, Brussels
This statue depicts King Albert I, who served as the King of the Belgians from 1909 to 1934. It was designed by Alfred Courtens and was inaugurated in 1951. Albert grew up in the Palace of Flanders. Interestingly, he was fourth in line of succession to the Belgian throne, but quickly moved closer as both his cousin and older brother died. By the time Albert was 16, he was second in line, after his father, to take the throne.