Brussels Has Small Sights And Underground Trams

Brussels is a lovely city. It has beer, chocolate and lots to see. The first thing we saw (if you exclude the Atomium which we passed underneath of course) was Mini-Europe. This contains scale models of many famous sights in Europe, many of which I have seen (and usually photographed) the real one.

Brussels Tram MapIt also has trams. Some of those actually run underground, which was a real novelty for me. So here is the requisite list of tram journeys.

Saturday

From Depart To Arrive Route
Heysel 16:10 De Wand 16:20 7
De Wand 16:21 Gare du Midi 16:27 3
Gare du Midi 17:20 Merode 17:53 81

Monday

From Depart To Arrive Route
Merode 17:47 Germoir 17:57 81

Tuesday

From Depart To Arrive Route
De Brouckère 11:05 Gare du Midi 11:12 4
De Brouckère 13:15 Port de Hal 13:25 4

Much to my surprise (some of) the trams are made by Bombadier.

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