Exploring the Surroundings of the Lotto Brussels Premier Padel: 3 Must-See Attractions for Visitors

Welcome to Brussels, not just the heart of Europe, but a city full of surprises. As you get ready for this year’s Padel tournament, why not take some time to explore this beautiful city? We’ll show you around and point out the 3 must-see attractions. From famous landmarks to charming neighborhoods, there’s something for everyone. So grab your bags, get excited, and let’s go check out the awesome places around the Lotto Brussels Premier Padel!

It’s grand, and you can’t miss it: The Grand Place

The Grand Place of Brussels, known for its vibrant atmosphere and stunning architecture. It serves as the heart of the city, attracting visitors from all over the world all year round. With its cobblestone streets and fancy buildings, Grand Place is full of history and charm. It has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1998, recognized for its historical significance and architectural beauty. Visitors can admire the intricate facades of the guild houses, which date back to the 17th century. Surrounding the square are charming cafes, boutiques, and chocolate shops, offering plenty of opportunities for shopping and dining. Whether you’re exploring the square’s rich history, enjoying a stroll between padel matches, or savouring Belgian delicacies, Grand Place promises an unforgettable experience for all who visit.

Grand place with flowers

It’s on the racket, and it’s special: The Atomium

Standing at a towering height of 102 meters, the Atomium is a striking architectural masterpiece located in Brussels. It was originally constructed for the 1958 Brussels World’s Fair and has since become an iconic symbol of modernity, progress and this year’s Brussels Premier Padel tournament. The monument consists of nine interconnected spheres, representing an iron crystal magnified 165 billion times. One of the highlights of the experience is the panoramic views from the top sphere, offering breathtaking scenery of Brussels and its surroundings. Admiring the unique architecture or taking in the cityscape from above, a visit to the Atomium is definitely on our list and Bullpadel are also big fans as you can see.

Atomium in day time

Manneken Pis: The little hero from Brussels

Manneken Pis is a small bronze statue located in the heart of Brussels. Despite its size, standing just over 60 centimeters tall, it holds significant cultural importance and is one of Brussels’ most beloved landmarks. While it’s uncertain whether he’ll be wearing his padel gear for the weekend of the tournament, seeing the statue remains a must. As you stroll up to the monument, don’t forget to grab a delicious Belgian waffle along the way. If you are wondering what’s the hype around the little Belgian hero, one popular tale suggests that it symbolizes the rebellious spirit of the people of Brussels during medieval times.

Manneken pis:brussels statue

The Padel scene of this year’s Brussels Premier Padel tournament will be full of surprises, so why not take the opportunity to explore the wonders of this beautiful city. From the grandeur of the Grand Place to the futuristic allure of the Atomium and the charm of Manneken Pis, Brussels offers experiences waiting to be discovered. Wander through cobblestone streets, immerse yourself in history, and indulge in the culinary delights of Belgian cuisine. So don’t forget to book your tickets, embrace the adventure, and let Brussels captivate you with its unique blend of culture, history, and joie de vivre.