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Read on about Brussels peerless heritage and invite your delegates in a venue where they will explore 1.000 years of dazzling living history, including palaces, museums, mansions and galleries.

Beautiful Art Deco Complex in the EC district of the city

Unmistakable symbol of Brussels and of Belgium (1958)

Légacy of Léopold II’s driving ambition to speed up Belgium’s urban development

Listed building of 1902, one of the finest examples of eclecticism in Belgium


Neoclassical prestigious architecture (1788)

Centre for Fine Arts in Brussels, conceived and designed by architect Victor Horta (1920’s)

Renewed, extraordinary location in the heart of the Bois de la Cambre, on the Robinson’s Island

Founded in 1785, the centre was a meeting place for the nobility and the artistic world

Neoclassical style, one of the most beautiful jewels of Belgian diplomatic heritage

Ship-shaped art deco building designed in 1938 for the Belgian Radio Broadcasting Institute

Originally used as the administrative center of the entire Tour & Taxis site

Elegant classical house and historic city mansion situated right on Brussels Grand’Place

Part of the Royal Belgian Institute of Natural Sciences created in 1846 and conveniently located just around the corner of the European Parliament

A beautiful 1920 “Art deco” prestige event venue in the very heart of European Headquarter in Brussels (Complex from the interwar period built by architect Michel Polak)

Flexible venue combining elegant 19th century style with all the advantages of modern technology

One of the most beautiful jewels of Belgian diplomatic heritage, formerly a priory for women (founded in 1262)