Things to see and do - Ixelles
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Ixelles Travel guide
Ixelles : Michelin's recommendations
Lying mainly to the east of avenue Louise and beyond the ring road, this suburb of Brussels is commonly known simply as XL. It has much to offer, with a variety of quarters that differ completely from each other (Matongé is primarily African with attractive water features, Louise is well-to-do, Flagey is cultured, St-Boniface is lively, while Bois de la Cambre is tranquil).
Tourist attractions Ixelles : Things to see and do
av. Emile Duray B - 1050 Ixelles
Founded in the 13C, this ancient Cistercian abbey is situated to the south of the lakes of Ixelles. The fine courtyard with its abbatial and monastic lodgings is a harmonious 18C creation. The 14C church has an impressive Mocking of Christ by Albrech..
r. J. Van Volsem 71 B - 1050 Ixelles
Opened in 1892 in a former abattoir, this museum has a fine collection of 19C-20C paintings and sculpture featuring leading Belgian and French artists. Note the Dürer drawing (the Stork) and a complete collection of Toulouse-Lautrec posters. Major te..
av. Louise B - 1050 Ixelles
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 ..
Rue du Berger 24 B - 1050 Brussels
Historic Art Deco style, modern facilities such as free WiFi and a convenient city centre location combine at Le Berger. Offering private parking facilities, this hotel includes a Italian cuisine restaurant and a bar. It is 300 metres from Porte de N..
Rue du Prince Royal 71 B - 1050 Brussels
The Beverly Hills Hotel is a 2-minute walk from Avenue Louise and Place Stephanie, next to the prestigious Avenue Toison d’Or, and it features free WiFi throughout the entire property. This family hotel offers guest rooms with a private bathroom. It..
Rue Parnasse 19 B - 1050 Brussels
Prix Prices from : 70 €
Set in the heart of Brussels' European District, the Renaissance Brussels Hotel offers modern soundproof rooms with flat-screen cable TV and free access to an indoor swimming pool, a sauna and a fitness centre. Brussels-Luxembourg Train Station is ri..
av. Louise 480 B - 1050 Ixelles
Imagine yourself 102m above avenue Louise, inside a glass edifice that boasts one of the finest views of Brussels. You are now ready to sample the cuisine of chef Alexandre Dionisio and his team in a setting worthy of his talent.
av. Louise 300 B - 1050 Ixelles
This chic eatery serving Italian and world cuisine is a tea-room, trattoria and bistro rolled into one. Perfect for a quick coffee and pastry, a lunch or a relaxed dinner which might even include a dish flavoured by the eponymous truffle.
r. Idalie 35 B - 1050 Ixelles
r. Châtelain 25 B - 1050 Ixelles
Theplace to be and be seen! Here, you will rub shoulders with a mixed clientele in a trendy atmosphere. Quality cuisine and conscientious, professional service. This discreetly luxurious hotel with monochrome decor has a cosy lounge with a well-stock..
r. Luxembourg 37 B - 1050 Ixelles
Country cooking from the Luxembourg region moves to Brussels. This contemporary restaurant offers well-presented classical fare, highlighting produce sourced from the French-speaking province of Luxembourg. The ingredients are superlatively fresh and..
chaussée de Waterloo 550a B - 1050 Ixelles
Wood, a large bar and an open kitchen: the stage is set! Kamo has moved shop and is now resolutely playing the Tokyoite. The menu continues to showcase outstanding, fresh produce revealed in creations as pure as they are balanced. Every mouthful is a..
r. Lesbroussart 62 B - 1050 Ixelles
An inventive restaurant where the chef, Oki, prepares traditional French and Japanese cuisine before your eyes. The surprise menus here are particularly popular. Modern atmosphere and a small zen-inspired patio.