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I think that the north end of the avenue is the best part and seems to be very chic. Loads of designer shops and also some very desirable homes such as, Hotel Solvay built in art nouveau style and is a private house and not...More
I stayed bear Avenue Louise. This street is really a happening place. All top global brands have store here at this place. This is very close to Grand Palace and other attractions of Brussels. Lot of food options and close to metro station .. Metro...More
Well we set out for a day of strolling on the so called Champs-Elysées of Brussels? Sorry, but it really isn’t.
It’s nice, it’s got the obligatory shops, surprisingly few cafes. But very narrow foot paths which makes it difficult if there’s a few people...More
This is a chic avenue like the avenue of the Champs Élysées in Paris. It is filled up with designer shops and nice restaurants or cafés. There is also a cinema with movies in English (rare in Belgium) and a Buddhist centre (Tibetan). The Buddhist...More
On any holiday I take to Brussels or any city I visit the very last thing on my mind is to go shopping,I don't mind visiting a decent beer bottle shop to purchase some beers but I will not shop unless absolutely necessary but this...More
Avenue Louise (technically my "backyard") is a one-stop-shop for most of your clothing needs and more. Here you can find a number of shops - Karen Millen, River Woods, Oysho, the department store Inno, ad libitum (okay, I exaggerate, but I can't mention all stores...More
The shopping options are top notch ch with all the high end brands. The Street though is busy with no atmosphere. Just shops and then traffic. Headed into the Christmas season you’d think they take the time to create a festive ambiance which is desperately...More