Brussels might surprise you with the quality of its Fine Arts Museum, a large building composed of different museums. The highlights are the comprehensive collection of Flemish Art from the 15th to the 18th Centuries at the Oldmasters Museum and the Rubens Room, with many paintings by the renowned painter. Nearby, do not miss the small Magritte Museum, focused on the Belgian artist recognizable by his black bowler hat and surrealist, thought provoking paintings. Just blocks away you will find the Instruments Museum, worth visiting regardless of your interest in the theme, as the building is a perfect example Art Nouveau style in steel and glass and the rooftop café is a perfect setting for a quick snack or something to drink with marvelous views to the city.