Painted in 1991 by Frank Pé, Broussaille was the city's first giant mural and depicts a young couple arm in arm. This strip is located...
The Bourse is Belgium’s 1873 stock-exchange building. It's closed to visitors, but you can enjoy its grandiose neoclassical facade,...
The interior of this grand café is an astonishing festival of century-old, art-nouveau stained glass and fluidity designed by Horta...
Sit-down or takeaway frites (chips).
Blvd Anspach 110 · interesting places nearby
The AB’s two auditoriums are favourite venues for mid-level international rock bands and acts such as Jools Holland and Madeleine Peyroux, plus plenty of home-grown talent. The ticket office is located on Rue des Pierres. There’s a good on-site bar-restaurant that opens at 6pm (bookings essential).