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Autoworld, Brussels

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A car-lover's paradise, the highlight of Autoworld may be a large assortment of cars from the 19th century. Here you'll find rare makes and models, such as Minervas and a Bentley from 1928. The large, elegant galleries are filled with European and American antique cars. Learn about the history of the car through drawings of the first horse-less vehicles all the way to the most progressive recent designs. The museum is in the same complex as the military museum in Cinquantenaire Park, so you can tour both in one day. Book tickets for a self-guided tour online, or buy them at the attraction. Arrange your visit to Autoworld and discover more family-friendly attractions in Brussels using our Brussels tourist route planner.
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  • Exhibitions are often very interesting. But when it happens to the mezzanine that is not very easy access for the disabled. Long and very steep, dangerous staircase. There is an elevator, but the other side of the great hall and yet must it be down...
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  • For the men a must, old cars and the history of the be mobile if you a have planned.
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  • If you be fond of automobiles, a visit of AutoWorld is required. You will find a very representative sample of global automotive production, with a good number of American cars. The part devoted to the horse-drawn vehicles (precursors) is a little thin, as one dedicated to the (old) motorcycles, but in which the latter, it is bonus since (almost) irrelevant. Descriptive records of the vehicles might be more comprehensive to satisfy fans, who probably also appreciraient of power closer to the vehicles to see inside.
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  • Very cool car museum. Only 16 euros, which I felt was well worth it. Most of the cars were of European make, but there were a few from other areas like USA, Brazil, China, and Japan. Worth a visit for any car enthusiast.
  • The exhibitions are nice. Is a walk in the history of cars. There were a few cars from a looot of moments throughout history. Dont expect to see all modern Ferrari's or Lambos, there are just a few. Would recommend to any history car fans.
  • This is a great museum (if you enjoy cars and motorbikes)...They currently have a Jaguar Exhibition upstairs which was pretty good. There are numerous rare cars here as well as various less known production cars. Entry is pretty reasonable at 9 euros (7 if you're a student or OAP). It is well set out in eras from the 1900's up to modern day and it flows very well. Would definitely recommend a visit here.
  • Fantastic collection of vintage cars, best Aston Martin collection I have ever seen one place.
  • It was a bit expensive for entry. Had some lovely cars inside and the food was okay but definitely not worth the hype or price.

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It's easy to find accommodations in Brussels for nearly any budget. Tourists generally gravitate to the area surrounding Grand-Place, the city's main square. Also consider staying near Stephanie Square Centre and Boulevard de Waterloo, which are both centrally located. As Europe's unofficial capital, the city boasts a wealth of high-end hotels for visiting diplomats, concentrated along glitzy Avenue Louise. Those looking for a low-budget option will find a host of hostels scattered around the Grand-Place and within walking distance to the city's main attractions.
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