Brussels is the bustling capital of 500 million Europeans and also the second most cosmopolitan city where no less than 184 different nationalities live and mingle. Within the European quarter, this multicultural microcosm is more palpable than anywhere else in Brussels. Its imposing architecture, its countless restaurants, cafés, bookshops, grocery shops – worthy representatives of all European Union countries, as well as interesting visits to important EU institutions and an array of international first-rate museums attract more and more visitors each year. The cultural offer reflects its intrinsic and colourful diversity: from the Parlamentarium, which plunges the visitor into the arcana of the European Union, to the recently opened and unique House of European History, created at the initiative of the European Parliament, from the iguanodons of the Natural Science Museum to the classic old-timer cars of Autoworld. Europe is your oyster!