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This public square sits directly in front of the church from which the square takes its name. The “Gothic” church of Saint Catherine dominates the square. Lots of cafes, bars, restaurants and the water pool of Fontaine Anspach. A very popular place for Bruxellois to...More
Restaurants, cute little streets, but also filth on the street that isn't cleaned often. On a sunny evening, sit out and have a bite one of the restaurants - stay away from touristy ones but prefer more where the locals go!
This is a beautiful square to the north of the old town, with the St Catherine church at one end and a tall statue and fountain at the other end, built as a tribute to one of the previous mayors. There are many restaurants along...More
Place St Catherine is a really fabulous square located not too far from the magnificent Grand Place.
The square is dominated by the stunning Church Of St Catherine, although the present church dates from 1859 ,there are parts of the church that date back to...More
Beautiful area not far from the Grand Place. Many restaurants located here but fish is the specialty. Go in the evening and stroll around checking out all the restaurants before making a decision. Like everywhere, the fish restaurants are rather pricy.
Great square, intersected by a big thousand year old church, with a lively section with cafés and restaurants on Bourse side and a big market square with metro access on the other. Lovely spot to visit.
It is a 15 minutes walk ! Look at the map on the right hand side of this page (or go to Google Map) , zoom it for Place Sainte-Catherine and you will find 3 or 4 streets you could walk between the 2 locations . In... More
It is a 15 minutes walk ! Look at the map on the right hand side of this page (or go to Google Map) , zoom it for Place Sainte-Catherine and you will find 3 or 4 streets you could walk between the 2 locations . In case of bad weather , you could take the metro (subway) to the Sainte-Catherine Station . The exit is in the middle of the Place !