Great city View from the square , building is nice and walk around the premises... not much to see. Picture spot
About The Bourse (Stock Exchange)
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This elegant architectural structure was built in the 19th century. Housing the stock exchange, currently closed awaiting its new tenants. Now a favourite meeting place for locals on the steps.
We stayed at the Marriott just around the corner from the Bourse. The square is always busy (with at times loud blaring music which thankfully did stop before mid night). it is not at first evident what this building is for - there are always...More
While exploring the city we found ourselves on the pedestrian only square outside the old stock exchange (which is, we were told, being turned into a beer museum!). The building itself is impressive, but more enjoyable was the vibe in the area. Lots of people...More
This stunning building was once the Stock Exchange of Brussels, though it is currently unoccupied and looks neglected. The immediate area seems run-down and forgotten. I read about the drunks lurking on the grand steps and how they were turning the building into a beer...More
The bourse is the metro stop gateway signposting you are at the centre..It is not the centre of Brussels, it is just the building that everyone knows on the middle of the very big boulevard. Directly behind it is the grand place and historic centre....More
When passing the Bourse, you should remember to check out the underground ruing that can be seen from the street level!
My jaw dropped when first I passed the Bourse: it is hosting a photographic exhibition, “The World of Steve McCurry”. This is one of several exhibitions of McCurry’s work currently showing around Europe. Even if you are unfamiliar with his name, you will be familiar...More
It's quite central and easy to walk past, even without looking for it, but the square in front of it is horrible. Pedestrianised, while still looking like a main road, with street cleaning trucks struggling to fight against the rubbish, lots of graffiti and beggars.