Avenue Louise

A byword for luxury in Brussels, this street's smart shop windows (galleries, place Stephanie) attract a smart crowd. Opened in 1864 to link the centre to the bois de Cambre, it is named after Leopold III's eldest daughter. Fans of Victor Horta will note the Solvay house at n°224 (1894), designed by the architect in its entirety.

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Nearby tourist attractions

Law Courts
Law Courts
Built by Poelaert between 1866 and 1883,
15 minutes
Place Poelaert
Place Poelaert
This square at the top of the Galgenberg
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Le Sablon
Le Sablon
Inextricably linked to the history of
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Museum of Musical Instruments
Museum of Musical Instruments
Since June 2000, the admirable Old
Place du Petit-Sablon
Place du Petit-Sablon
Transformed into a little square, this
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Church of Notre-Dame-du-Sablon
Church of Notre-Dame-du-Sablon
This lovely flamboyant style building
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Law Courts
Law Courts
Built by Poelaert between 1866 and 1883,
15 minutes
Place Poelaert
Place Poelaert
This square at the top of the Galgenberg
15 minutes
Le Sablon
Le Sablon
Inextricably linked to the history of
90 minutes
See all