Maybe the famous statue of Manneken Pis (Little Man Pee) doesn´t really impresses you, but the rest of Brussels is impressive. The Grand Palace, the major square in the centre is beautiful; the same goes for the Atomium. The 102 metre high Atomium was built in 1958 for the World Expo and completely renovated in 2006. When night falls, small white lights spread across the surface of the spheres are switched on. This gives a great effect. Besides visiting the famous landmarks, you also can discover lots of the city by just strolling around. Try Belgian beers in a local bar or buy chocolate in one of the shops. Let the city surprise you! And our short term apartments are in central, local areas. So you´ll have everything right in front of your doorstep! That is a great way to discover the city for real. And after a long day in the city our Brussels apartments short term are a great place to come home to. Oh, and we almost forgot to tell: Manneken Pis also has a little sister: Jeanneke Pis. Maybe she does impress you. You´ll find her on the east side of the Impasse de la Fidélité / Getrouwheidsgang.