• 2:32

    In Brussels, visit the Musical Instrument Museum that seeks to strengthen the love of music by creating an immersive experience for visitors through its collection of over 8,000 instruments. Then head to the French Pyrenees Mountains, and Toulouse, where a combination of music and festivals reaffirms the country’s spirit.

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  • 3:58

    When in Brussels, Rudy suggests starting your journey through this worldly city in La Grand Place, and getting your bearings at the Visitor’s Center at the Brussels Town Hall (aka Hotel de Ville). The Magasins Waucquez building contains the Comic Strip Center, which is fun for all ages. On Butcher’s Street Rudy enjoys the cuisine

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  • 3:10

    Rudy sets his sights on a few time capsules of the Middle Ages: Bruges, Belgium and Burgundy, France. He also takes a moment to contemplate a few noteworthy inventions that blossomed from the Middle Ages, such as the concept of locks on rivers and canals, windmills, horseshoes, among others.

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  • 2:56

    Join Rudy and explore the Cathedral of St. Michael and St. Gudula, which took 300 years to build. The Atomium landmark was originally constructed for the 1958 Brussels World’s Fair. Speaking of the structure alone, it represents an iron molecule enlarged 165 billion times. Rudy poignantly reminds us that laughter may very well be the

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  • 5:18

    As Rudy puts forth, Brussels is unofficially the capital of Europe. The European Union and N.A.T.O. are found here, and it has risen to become the center of international politics. The Grand Place is the heart of Brussels, and it will overwhelm you with all there is to experience here. Rudy also visits the Theatre

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  • 3:05

    Accompany Rudy as he visits the Kantcentrum, where lace-making experts of all ages weave their intricate craft. Become familiar with the history of Begijnenhuisjes, and experience the splendor of the Church of Our Lady, where the only artistic piece by Michelangelo to ever leave Italy, the white-marble sculpture Madonna and Child, is kept.

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  • 3:28

    In many ways, Bruges is a perfectly preserved medieval town. Bruge’s cobbled streets, serene canals, and other notable historic aspects of its character make it a unique destination for travelers who appreciate a city’s willingness to safeguard its architectural and structural history. What does the Gruuthuse Museum have to do with beer? Find out here.

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  • 3:07

    In Lower Town Brussels, Rudy takes advantage of the artistic flair of the neighborhood by sitting for a self-portait sketch, while in the elegant Upper Town, you will gain insight into Belgium’s history, particularly upon visiting the Royal Museum for Central Africa in Tervuran. The Hotel Amigo is situated in a very conveniant location for

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  • 4:12

    Brussels is filled with high quality restaurants, and with Rudy you will dine at Le Falstaff and enjoy a local favorite- mussels. Upon visiting the Royal Museum of Fine Arts of Belgium, inspired works of art by Peter Paul Rubens, Salvador Dali, and Pieter Bruegel the Elder come to life before your eyes. Another fun

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