Even after visiting the Grand Place many, many times, with friends and visitors from abroad, this remains one of the favored places even for the locals. The Town Hall, the Bread house opposite the town hall and the many guild houses on the four sides of the square are a real testimony to the civilian architecture and town planning from the 13th to 17th century. Several houses representing the various trades and professions of the time are well maintained and now accomodate cafés and restaurants. The square can be quite crowded on Summer days/evenings and at special occasions (e.g.flower festival, light and sound shows, Christmas..)
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