Get carried away by quartier Louise’s effervescent personality.

You will lose yourself in the indescribable charms of the architectural and historical nature of the Chaussée de Charleroi and its neighbourhood.

Cradle of art nouveau, Saint Gilles was the home port for famous artists like Victor Horta. It’s therefore no accident that the neighbourhood abounds with innumerable art galleries and museums. This cultural and architectural heritage bears out the presence of many pedestrian areas, restaurants and small neighbourhood markets. The European institutions and the big names in the business world also skirt this delightful neighbourhood.

The Saint Bernard project is just a few steps from Avenue Louise. This Mecca of the capital, which is common knowledge, is greatly appreciated for its boutiques and its bars where trendy designers and artists think up new trends.

Divided between the pulsating life of a city dweller and the secular charm of a historical neighbourhood, rue Saint Bernard has a unique and highly valued setting. The town house in rue St Bernard is very well served by Brussels public transport, the buses and metro being in the immediate proximity.

Finally, thanks to the Thalys, the Brussels Midi train station provides a direct link between this neighbourhood and many large European city centres (Paris, London, Amsterdam, Cologne, etc.).