Things to see and do - Saint-Gilles
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Originally known as Obbrussel, Saint Gilles divides into two districts. The upper part is a chic residential quarter renowned among architecture buffs for its Art Nouveau houses. The lower part centred on its square and town hall has an attractive market, pleasant atmosphere and some striking buildings.
Tourist attractions Saint-Gilles : Things to see and do
av. de la Jonction 1 B - 1060 Saint-Gilles
This Art Nouveau residence was built in 1903 by architect Jules Brunfaut (1852-1942), and decorated by Louis Majorelle and Émile Gallé, founder of the Nancy School. It was long disused and most of its furniture dispersed. Today it houses a photo gall..
Rue de Neufchatel 34 B - 1060 Brussels
This characteristic Boutique Hotel decorated by the interior designer Manuel Vraux de S. Laranjeiro provides a homely residence located a 5-minute walk from the trendy Avenue Louise. Free WiFi is available in all rooms. The Neufchatel offers elegant..
Rue de Fierlant 67 B - 1190 Brussels
Prix Prices from : 66 €
Located 3 km away from the Grand-Place, this hotel offers free WiFi in all areas and a small business corner. On-site private parking is available. Conveniently located near Brussels-South Railway Station, Hotel De Fierlant is only a 15-minute walk ..
Chaussee De Charleroi 66 B - 1060 BRUXELLES
ibis Styles Brussels Centre Stéphanie is a new hotel in the center of Brussels. Room rates include breakfast and WiFi. With its central location in Brussels, near the 'Place Stéphanie' and 'Avenue Louise' shopping area and close to the Grand-Place, R..
chaussée de Charleroi 102 B - 1060 Saint-Gilles
Enjoy contemporary French cuisine with a Mediterranean accent in the refined setting at Kolya. The veranda and patio are amazing, and the dining room is just as nice.
chaussée de Charleroi 115 B - 1060 Saint-Gilles
This dynamic, modern restaurant specialises in generous helpings of fine Italian cuisine that is steeped in flavour and authenticity. The service is sophisticated and the suggestions are presented in person at your table.
chaussée d'Alsemberg 108 B - 1060 Saint-Gilles
This simply appointed restaurant, formerly a butcher's, has foregone starched tablecloths and plush armchairs for vintage formica furniture. Who cares though - what counts is what is on the plate! Good food lovers will appreciate the flavoursome cuis..
r. Bonté 6 B - 1060 Saint-Gilles
Modern, classic cuisine served in the restaurant decorated with cooper pots and pans, porcelain coffee pots and wicker baskets. Market menu and specials board.
r. Saint-Bernard 1 B - 1060 Saint-Gilles
The chef has brought a whiff of Spain to this neighbhourhood, without forgoing contemporary creations. Try prawns in garlic, tapas, soft boiled eggs at low temperature or salmon on an aniseed mousse - all of which in a brasserie ambience.
chaussée d'Alsemberg 103 B - 1060 Saint-Gilles
There are no magic mushrooms at this gourmet retro bistro - but they do worship ceps, chanterelles and oyster mushrooms, paired with quaffable wines. La Buvette, their annexe just across the street, combines simplicity and flavour.