Hotel Reyers

Boulevard Auguste Reyers 40 42, Brussels, 1030, Belgium
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Heritage Day Sept18-19

by Stinkyxy

I will be in Brussels during heritage weekend, which from my understanding opens up historic buildings that are not normally open to the public ( http://www.brussels.be/artdet.cfm/6191#a_1 ). I would like to visit a few buildings and enjoy some of the old world of brussels. Does anyone have advice on which buidlings I should try to visit.

thanks for your help.

Re: Heritage Day Sept18-19

by vpeter

Hi, here are some of my tips:

Coudenberg - Former Palace of Brussels
Address: place Royale - 1000 Brussels [plan]
Open: Saturday and Sunday from 10 am to 6 pm


Law Court
Address: place Poelaert - 1000 Brussels [plan]
Open: Saturday and Sunday from 10 am to 6 pm


Royal Galleries of Saint-Hubert
Address: rue Marché-aux-Herbes - rue de l'Ecuyer - 1000 Brussels [plan]
Open: Saturday and Sunday from 10 am to 6 pm


Bourse (Stock Exchange)
Address: place de la Bourse - boulevard Anspach - 1000 Brussels [plan]
Open: Saturday and Sunday from 10 am to 5 pm
(Near the Bourse you have 3 nice pubs/restaurants in art nouveau style: Falstaff, Le Cirio and El Metteko. With good weather it's nice to sit on the teraace of El Metteko and to wath the people and drink a nice Belgian beer).

Have a nice time in my favourite city.

peter

Re: Heritage Day Sept18-19

by Stinkyxy

Peter - thank you so much. This is extremely helpful and I'll definitely try to catch a beer - or two.

Re: Heritage Day Sept18-19

by vpeter

It's a pity that I cannot be there because of 'moneyproblems' :-(
Café Le Cirio was one of the favourite hangouts for the Belgian singer Jacques Brel.
El Metteko has international newspapers on the readingtable and good beers and music.

Cheers
peter

Re: Heritage Day Sept18-19

by fietslogies

Try to get the bilingual brochure. Or use this link where you can see the whole brochure:

http://www.monument.irisnet.be/fr/sensibi/newsjdp.htm

The Galeries Royales Saint-Hubert are 'always' open, so if you spend several days in Brussels, you can visit them at another moment.

The real highlight is the art nouveau Hotel Van Eetvelde (nr. 37), but queuing is inevitable there!
And if not afraid of art deco luxury, the city hall of Forest (nr. 63), is also worth a detour.

Travel Tips for Brussels

You can't get lost!

by Willettsworld

You can't really get lost in Brussels as there are plenty of large maps posted around the city centre telling you where you are There are also a lot of sign-posts which tell you the direction of the main sights and also, generally, people do speak English so you can also ask.

photograph the lovely Atomium,...

by Krystynn

photograph the lovely Atomium, a symbol and reminder of the 1958 Brussels World Fair and... and... this monument is Belgium's answer to the Eiffel Tower (in Paris, France) or the Statue of Liberty (in New York, U.S.A.).

The Atomium literally dazzles at night when lights are switched on-and-off in a unique pattern that resembles revolving atoms! Very beautiful! :-)

Going to the Atomium

by irisbe

You can reach the Atomium and the Heizel area very easy by car, but if you want to get rid of the hassle of driving in Brussels, then the Metro is a good solution.
It will bring you right to where you have to be in no time.
The Atomium houses some exhibitions but at the moment I wonder if it is worth visiting it inside? I hope they clean the old iron atomic element up again so it can keep it's reputation of Brussels' landmark. Picture taken at the mini meeting on occasion of Ralph_II 's visit to Belgium.
We traveled with Norali, Tompt and me.

Royal Palace

by bugulma

Royal Palace was residence for the Belgian kings till 1935 when they moved the place to the castle of Laken. The interesting fact about the palace is that it was been built till Belgium's independence. First houses was here during Austrian Habsburg's family controlled Brussels, then Dutch built the palace in 1829 and one year later, the first Belgian king Leopold I, used it as a residence.

THE ROYAL PARK

The entire...

by benzerga

THE ROYAL PARK

The entire area of the royal park and the royal square is situated on the site where the medieval court of Brabant used to stand. This enormous palace dated from the 11th century when the duke of Brabant left his 'castrum' in the centre of the city. A new castle was built on the so-called 'Koudenberg' at the edge where the higher part of Brussels stops and the lower part begins.

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Address: Boulevard Auguste Reyers 40 42, Brussels, 1030, Belgium