These Brussels’ landmarks can’t be missed! You’ll be captivated by the elaborate architecture and transported in time. The Victor Horta museum is definitely our pick.
The Royal Theatre of La Monnaie
Brussels is a town of many towns. The following neighborhoods have their own local character with a village-like vibe. We have a special affinity for weekend strolls down the antique stands on and around Sablon including the daily flea market on the iconic Place du Jeu de Balle.
Brussels houses a panoply of artistic expressions. Indulge in the various museums our city holds. Villa Empain, a monument of Art deco, is a masterpiece you don’t want to miss.
Here’s for the shoppers! From department stores to exclusive boutiques you’re sure to find your object of desire. If you’re looking for the latest trends, head to rue Dansaert only steps away from The Dominican.
Unwinding in nature is essential to urban living. There are plenty of green sides to the city, bearing in mind that nature’s surprise can be found beyond Brussels’ borders: every year, for a few weeks in spring, the Hallerbos (‘Blue Forest’) turns into an endless ocean of blooming hyacinths.