As the heart of Europe, Brussels is full of worldwide-known landmarks, of course. But if you search carefully through its narrow -and not so narrow- streets, you'll find lots of places that you would have never imagined to find there. And to offer you some help... here you are two: Coudenberg and Kunstberg :)
Église de Coudenberg/Koudenbergskerk
Located next to the Royal Palace, in the Royal Square -Place Royale or Koninklijk Plein-, this pretty, white Church is the official worship place where the Belgian Kings and heirs celebrate their Christening ceremonies. Surely, a place you shouldn't miss at all!
Mont des Arts/Kunstberg
The Kunstberg -Mountain of the Arts in Dutch- is a beautiful garden square located just a few steps away from Coudenberg, home for both the Belgian Royal Library and the Museum of Fine Arts. By night, light and colour turn this place into one of Brussels's most wonderful places. But it's not a big deal if you miss it by night, it's impressive 24 hours a day! :)