Place du Petit Sablon
About 200m uphill from Place du Grand Sablon, this charming little garden is ringed by 48 bronze statuettes representing the medieval...
Église Notre-Dame du Sablon
The Sablon’s large, flamboyantly Gothic church started life as the 1304 archers’ guild chapel. However, a century later it had to be...
There is a museum in this step-gabled house where Pieter Breugel the Elder lived and died, but it’s only open by reservation; phone...
Église de St Jean et St Étienne aux Minimes
Baroque church below the Palais de Justice is an immensely popular opera and classical venue with a sizable programme.
With an intimate informal atmosphere, tiled floors and homey decor, Soul Food is a distinctly different dinner stop on the edge of the...
Lonely Planet review
Perfect for a drink, but also good for a simple bite (salads and variations on croques monsieurs), this art-nouveau café with its stained glass, marble tables and timber panelling is an atmospheric, inexpensive stop in an area that’s light on such places. Popular with expats.