Autoworld displays one of Europe’s biggest ensembles of vintage and 20th-century cars. Among all the four-wheelers, notice the Harley...
Parc du Cinquantenaire
Parc du Cinquantenaire was built during Léopold II's reign. It's best known for its cluster of museums – art, history, military and...
Musée du Cinquantenaire
This astonishingly rich collection ranges from ancient Egyptian sarcophagi to Meso-American masks to icons to wooden bicycles. Decide...
Handy for the Cinquantenaire, this wood-panelled classic café has a tree-shaded terrace and makes an ideal refreshment stop after a...
Great ice cream in a dizzying variety of flavours, including speculoos , Belgium's trademark biscuit. It also serves frozen yoghurt and...
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Maison Cauchie information
Built in 1905, this stunning house was the home of architect and painter Paul Cauchie (1875–1952), and its sgraffito façade, adorned with graceful female figures, is one of the most beautiful in Brussels. It looks like a Klimt painting transformed into architecture. A petition saved the house from demolition in 1971 and since 1975 it has been a protected monument. If you can't time a visit to meet the limited opening hours, the façade alone definitely warrants a visit.