From Art Nouveau to Art Deco
Place Sainte-Gudule (on the right side of the Cathedral) beside the statue of Cardinal Mercier, 1000 Brussels, Bruxelles
This three-hour guided tour by coach explores two major styles of Brussels architecture: Art Nouveau, started by Victor Horta, which put Brussels at the centre of the European artistic avant-garde at the end of the nineteenth century and the beginning of the twentieth century, and Art Deco which preached a return to a more sober style following the First World War. This tour also gives an opportunity to visit two interiors : Victor Horta's Van Eetvelde house and the Residence Palace).
9:45 am : English tour
10:00 am : French tour
10:15 am : German tour