Le Grand Place — Europe’s grandest square — is just a short walk from the train station. As a matter of pride, Brussels businessmen rebuilt their offices better than ever — all within about seven years. For higher art, I like Brussels two greatest art galleries: The side-by-side Ancient and Modern Art Museums. The attached Museum of Modern Art gives an easy-to-enjoy ramble through the art of the 19th and 20th centuries: from neoclassical to surrealism and beyond. And some of Brussels’ top art is edible.