Galeries Royales Saint-hubert, Brussels
About Galeries Royales Saint-hubert, Brussels
Galeries Royales Saint-hubert, Brussels - Address, Phone Number
Address: Rue du Marché aux Herbes 90, 1000 Bruxelles, Belgium
Time Required: 01:30 Hrs
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This artistically done 19th century shopping gallery is probably what you are looking to quench your shop till you die thirst. The two stunning regular facades with glazing shop fronts standing under delicate cast-iron framework and the intentional bend makes the gallery appear long and distinctive. The in-house theatre- Theatre des Galeries Saint-Hubert and the number of cafes stick to the motto of the arcade: ‘everything for everybody’. The various luxury retailers flaunt international fashion brands and the well-lit cafes are an amazing way to spend your afternoons.
Galeries Royales Saint-hubert Information
- The operetta and revues here are worth catching up.
Galeries Royales Saint-hubert Ticket Prices
- Free entry.
- Prices depend on purchase.
Galeries Royales Saint-hubert Opening and Closing Hours
- Complex is open 24 hours.
- Individual shop timings may vary.
How To reach Galeries Royales Saint-hubert by Public Transport
- By Bus: Arenberg bus station is a short walk away.
- By Subway: Subways 1 and 5 stops at Gare Centrale Subway station.
- By Tram: Trams 3, 4 and 32 stops at Bourse light rail station.
Restaurants Near Galeries Royales Saint-hubert
- Delirium Cafe
- C’est Bon c'est Belge
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This historic mall is one of the most beautiful and most bussy places in Brussels. They have a lot of tourists and high price shops too. But you can enjoy the nice architecture and the good restaurants around. The locals love the place and the restaurants too. So feel be like part of this good and lazy life.
Lovely places to eat and lots shops for tourists. Great for buying chocolate gifts and novelty stores with toys which will make the little ones smile when you return home. Also a few high end shops like Rolex, Tempo.
A beautiful covered walking street. Most of the stores are not for "regular folk" although it's possible to buy a little something at an elegant chocolate shop. Even so, stroll along here and soak up the atmosphere.
Beautiful architecture and nice historic shops along the way through the buildings. Loads of Chocolate shops. Great for Chocolate lovers.
Always crowded, if you like Fancy Chocolate and wanna try authentic Belgian delights must visit here.
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