Brussels centre map
Centre of Brussels map. Brussels centre map (Belgium) to print. Brussels centre map (Belgium) to download. The city centre of Brussels is notable for its Flemish town houses as its shown in Brussels centre map. Also particularly striking are the buildings in the Art Nouveau style by the Brussels architect Victor Horta. Some of Brussels districts were developed during the heyday of Art Nouveau, and many buildings are in this style. Good examples include Schaerbeek, Etterbeek, Ixelles, and Saint-Gilles.
Stores in the center of Brussels (Pentagon) can, if they wish, open their doors on Sundays. Numerous shops have seized this opportunity as its mentioned in Brussels centre map: the major retailers in the Rue Neuve, the Marolles, Sablon and Grand-Place district. In the Upper Town and in the Saint-Jacques and Dansaert neighborhoods, more and more businesses are taking part in the operation.
Located in the district of Libertés, the Brussels City Center Apartments welcomes you in a building full of history built in 1887 (see Brussels centre map). This side of Brussels, dedicated to the glorification of the independence of Belgium, was drawn at the end of 19th century by architect Antoine Mennessier and is composed of quiet avenues lined with bourgeois buildings. Each of the four constitutional freedoms has its own street: Freedom of the Press, Cults, Association and Teaching. The main attractions of Brussels are within walking distance of your apartment, such as Brussels Central Station, Grand Place, Royal Park, Royal Palace, Madou Tower ... Many museums, cafes, restaurants and shops are less than 100m away.