When opened in 1847 by King Léopold I, the glorious Galeries St-Hubert formed Europe’s very first shopping arcade. Many enticing shops...
Squatting just off Rue des Bouchers, this pigtailed female counterpart of Manneken Pis is the work of sculptor Denis Adrien Debouvrie,...
Rue des Bouchers
Northwest of the galeries are uniquely colourful Rue and Petite Rue des Bouchers, a pair of narrow alleys jam-packed with pavement...
The ultimate in alternative cinema, Nova shows off-beat international movies that are more thought-provoking than entertaining...
Locals get their waffles in this old-fashioned café under the glass arch of the Galeries-St Hubert. It's a little timeworn and dowdy...
Rue d’Arenberg 1b · interesting places nearby
The jars of preserves, beautiful cakes and fruit tarts of this classic and charming bistro entice plenty of Brussels residents, as do well-priced meals like lasagne and steak, all served nonstop by courteous staff. With a nice location on the edge of the Galeries St-Hubert, this is a great spot for an indulgent creamy hot chocolate.