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Bruxelles

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3 Bedrooms
Sleeps 8
1 Bathrooms

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As this is one of the densest Art Nouveau spots in Brussels, you can’t really speak of what to do in Saint-Gilles without taking into account its several hidden architectural treasures. A number of artworks signed by the most prolific architects can be found all around this municipality, but a special mention goes to the ‘father of Art Nouveau in Brussels,’ Victor Horta.
Whether you fancy a tasty snack or the weekly food supply, every day there is a variety of opportunities to experience Saint-Gilles’ multicultural foodie side. During the week, it’s Parvis de Saint-Gilles‘ turn to open its stalls on the picturesque cobblestone square. The prime location of this market means there is also a long list of places to rest afterwards such as the Belgian Maison du Peuple, Brasserie Le Verschueren or the ethnic Chana.

Bit of culture
Musée Victor Horta, his former house and atelier converted into a museum back in 1969, is not only a world-renowned destination for all art enthusiasts but also the ideal starting point for a pleasant theme-based stroll.

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