The Bourse is Belgium’s 1873 stock-exchange building. It's closed to visitors, but you can enjoy its grandiose neoclassical facade,...
Bruxella1238 is the scanty remains of a Franciscan convent that was bombarded into ruins in 1695. Most of the site is visible by peeping...
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 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 100 · interesting places nearby
Chic comic-book shop named after a book by one of Belgium's best-known contemporary comic artists, François Schuiten. Comics with English translations available.