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Brussels Unlocked: discover the things to do close to Le Méridien Brussels
Le Méridien Brussels is in the center of Brussels where you can discover different museums, entertainments and the famous Grand-Place with the Galleries.
The Sablon & Les Marolles
The Sablon area is part of the history of Brussels with the Place du Grand Sablon and the church Notre-Dame. Wander around antiques lovers and works of art, ultra chic shops and outside café tables where “seeing“ is as much fun as “being seen“, this is the district you've always dreamed of.
You can also try new taste with different flavors of The Belgian chocolate in Pierre Marcolini landmark store place here since the past decade.
Rue Antoine Dansaert – Place Saint Géry
Dansaert is “the creators hub”. The street attracts all the eyes of the public for his magic. It is a cool, trendy, dynamic, buzzing and stylish street. Danseart Street is the heart of Brussels where you can find the biggest creators and houses like Olivier Strelli. It’s been fifteen years ago that the designers made that area the avant-garde place which is today. The walk between the rue Antoine Dansaert and the trendy Saint-Géry district hosts many cafes and the Brussels Canal: don’t hesitate to stop there.
The Royal Gallery Saint-Hubert
The “Saint-Hubert Royal Gallery” is a glazed shopping arcade in Brussels which is composed of the Queen, the King and Prince Galleries. It is the most prestigious covered passageways in Europe.
The galleries house some 70 luxury boutiques like “Mer du Nord” or “La Maison Delvaux”. The cultural life has always played a big part in the Galleries. Art and Culture amateurs won't be disappointed because the galleries also host a theatre, a movie theatre, the expo gallery and the photo gallery.
Of course don't forget to stop to our famous Grand Place and the small bronze fountain sculpture Manneken Pis which is on the way to the “Saint-Hubert Royal Gallery”.