Things to see and do - Anderlecht
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Anderlecht Travel guide
Anderlecht : Michelin's recommendations
On the western side of Brussels, Anderlecht has a charming centre around St-Guidon and Astrid Park, as well as industrial areas along the canal, and a former abattoir which is now a market. Thanks to football, certain capitals have districts that are almost as famous as the cities themselves: Boca (Buenos Aires), Chelsea (London) and, in the case of Brussels, Anderlecht with its Constant Vanden Stock stadium. Founded in 1908, Royal Sporting Club Anderlecht has won many trophies.
Tourist attractions Anderlecht : Things to see and do
r. du Chapitre 31 B - Anderlecht
Built in 1468 and enlarged in 1515, the "Swan" belonged to the Anderlecht Chapter, whose members and illustrious guests lodged here. In 1521, its most famous visitor gave it its current name: Erasmus. Behind its brick walls, the interior ev..
pl. de la Vaillance B - Anderlecht
A 19C spire tops this 14C-15C Flamboyant Gothic church. In the Lady chapel are 15C frescoes depicting the Life of St Guidon, who died in 1012 and is venerated as the patron saint of peasants and protector of horses. The late-11C crypt is the site of ..
r. Gheude 56 B - Anderlecht
The capital's last surviving artisanal brewery, where visitors can see the manufacturing processes involved in the making of traditional lambic, kriek, gueuze and faro.
Chaussée de Ninove 685 B - 1070 Brussels
Located 5 km from Brussels’ Grand-Place, Hôtel Phénix provides soundproof rooms with free WiFi and a modern décor. Brussels-South Train Station is a 10-minute drive from this design hotel. Each room comes with a flat-screen TV and a telephone. The b..
pl. de la Résistance 14 B - 1070 Anderlecht
Former common chip shop cleverly converted into a good restaurant. Local and business clientèle. Summer terrace.
av. Théo Verbeeck 2 B - 1070 Anderlecht
This popular restaurant is located inside the RSC Anderlecht football stadium with views of the pitch. Refined, traditional cuisine served by an attentive and professional staff.
r. Ropsy-Chaudron 49 B - 1070 Anderlecht
In an establishment that was formerly a café frequented by butchers, the French chef explores and reinvents bistro cuisine in a typical Brussels ambience. Diners have a view over the kitchens, where the meat is cooked in a wood-fired oven.
bd Prince de Liège 61 B - 1070 Anderlecht
Herman Dedapper isn't afraid of thinking outside the box. Omnipresent in the dining room, he always wore his chef's hat until passing it onto his right hand man. He is still the owner, and nowadays also the sommelier! Don't miss the 'Brouette' menu, ..
Square de l'Aviation 23 B - 1070 Anderlecht