Brussels is a diverse, multicultural city with two official languages (French and Dutch) and a unique foreign-born population. Perhaps best known for its iconic, youthful tinkling fountain, Manneken-Pis, Brussels is celebrated for its irreverent appreciation of the arts. As the home of comic moguls Tintin and Papa Smurf, Brussels boasts a world-renowned Belgian Comic Strip Center. The city is also host to more traditional marvels, including centuries-old cathedrals, a gothic town hall and a neoclassical opera hall. Grand-Place, deemed a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is near countless other treasures, including the world’s largest collection of surrealist works by René Magritte. Fuel up in one of the lively cafés, with a steaming bowl of moules, a Trappist lambic, and a bit of legendary chocolate.