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...
Inside the graceful glassed-over Galeries St-Hubert, this art deco beauty concentrates on foreign and arthouse films. Forget the...
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...
off Rue du Marché aux Herbes · interesting places nearby
Galeries St-Hubert information
When opened in 1847 by King Léopold I, the glorious Galeries St-Hubert formed Europe’s very first shopping arcade. Many enticing shops lie behind its neoclassical glassed-in arches flanked by marble pilasters. Several eclectic cafés spill tables onto the gallery terrace, safe from rain beneath the glass roof.