The bubbling capital of 500 million European citizens, Brussels is a cosmopolitan and multi-coloured city. Its European quarter aptly reflects its intrinsic cultural diversity: from the Parlamentarium and the fun Mini Europe, where visitors of every age can learn about the inner workings of the European Union, to the iguanodons of the Natural Science Museum and classic cars on show at Autoworld, there truly is something here for everyone. Renowned for its mythical Grand Place and Manneken Pis statue, it is also one of the cradles of the Surrealist movement - of which René Magritte is a figurehead – and Art Nouveau. The heritage of Brussels is also very present in the many acclaimed museums criss-crossing the region, attracting thousands of tourists every year.