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The Belgian landmark since 1958 • striking panorama (360°) over Brussels • surrealistic architecture • permanent & temporary exhibitions • audio-guides in 14 languages
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One of Brussels main symbols - the more than 100m high structure in the shape of the iron atom was build for the 1958 World Expo in Brussels and supposed to last a year. It is still standing and is the equivalent of the Eiffel Tower in Paris. Restaurant with great views on the top floor. Book well…
Best souvenir of the World Expo '58 Unique in the world. Original building.
The Atomium is a landmark building in Brussels,originally constructed for the 1958 Brussels World Expo.has an elevator to the top for incredible views, a restaurant and a bar.and connecting escalators on the way down through the 45 degree tubes. Opening hour: everyday 10am-6pm
I don´t think it is worth all the effort to go there but hey, if you don´t have anything to do this is where you will find it.
Must do, museum inside, nice view as well. Another idea is to have dinner there. It's a little pricey, but you can combine good food with the view. Nice if you have an event (birthday, anniversary...) to celebrate for eg. Heysel Metro station or Tram 7.
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