The 500 Hidden Secrets of Brussels

The 500 Hidden Secrets of Brussels
Blyth Derek
Ed. Luster
Date de publication : 01/06/2012

Where are the 5 best places to eat frites in Brussels ?
What are the 5 most romantic cafés in the city ?
And where are the 5 best places to get fit ?

This affectionate guide to BRUSSELS in written by a local journalist who knows the city intimately. The aim is to reveal the 500 places and details that no one knows - like the cafeteria on the top floor of the national library, the hidden remains of the city wall, and the best bar in the European Quarter.

This is a book for visitors who want to avoid the usual tourist spots and for residents who are keen to track down the city's best-kept secrets.

Présentation de l'éditeur

A propos de Tropismes (p. 101) :

'This beautiful bookshop occupies a former restaurant in a 19th century arcade. The ornate ceilings and high mirrors are still in place, creating a spectacular setting for browsing. Most of the books are in French, but they have a small section of English books next to the staircaise.'