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UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Brussels


Brussels is rich in heritage sites inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage list. It is listed among European cities with the most Art Nouveau buildings.


Organise a meeting or a beer tasting on the most beautiful square in the world, invites your guests to an evening in a UNESCO-listed Art Nouveau building...anything is possible.


Focused primarily in the Ixelles and Saint-Gilles districts, they are scattered throughout the city, in Etterbeek, Schaerbeek, in the historic centre and even in the famous Marolles district.


With Victor Horta as leader, the architects of the Art Nouveau buildings have shown boldness and creativity that still astonishes today. Built, for the most part in 1895 and 1905, the majority of this exceptional sites are today rented out for VIP events, gala evenings or management committees.


A few examples?


  • The Grand-Place is considered to be one of the most beautiful squares in the world,
  • The Horta Museum is a house built in Saint-Gilles from 1898 to 1901 by Victor Horta (Art Nouveau). Don't hesitate to visit this gem with your company!
  • Stoclet Palace is a luxurious property in Woluwé-Saint-Pierre. The outside of the building is entirely covered in white marble with a moulding that is golden and unique in Brussels.


Interested in an Art Nouveau-themed guided tour of Brussels? On foot, by bus or by bike?


Why not call upon professionals known for the quality of their services in your mother tongue!