The Brussels neighborhoods map shows region and suburbs of Brussels areas. This neighborhood map of Brussels will allow you to discover quarters and surrounding area of Brussels in Belgium. The Brussels quarters map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.
There are elite Brussels neighborhoods that are typically more expensive but offer numerous amenities, beautiful architecture, and large expat populations, such as Etterbeek, Uccle, Woluwe-Saint-Lambert, and Ixelles as its mentioned in Brussels neighborhoods map; if budget is a factor, you can still find a great choice of Brussels neighborhoods at lower prices, such as in Schaarbeek and Anderlecht, traditionally working-class and multicultural neighborhoods.
If being in the thick of it all is irresistible, then the City of Brussels neighborhood is the place for you. In recent years, previously run-down parts of the center have become a magnet for young professionals, with major renovations and industrial spaces coming up for rent or sale. Sought-after areas are St Géry, Ste Catherine, and the rue Antoine Dansaert area leading up to the canal as you can see in Brussels neighborhoods map, where old warehouses have been converted into popular loft apartments.
Ixelles is a massive commune with character and style, wildly popular with the expatriate community. This Brussels neighborhood falls into distinct areas: trendy Châtelain with its café culture, the leafy ponds and abbey area leading down to the Bois de la Cambre; and buzzy Chaussée d’Ixelles, which takes in the Matongé as its shown in Brussels neighborhoods map, the African quarter and the cemetery with its late-night bars and student population.
The Brussels districts map shows all quarters and suburbs of Brussels. This district map of Brussels will allow you to discover areas and the region of Brussels in Belgium. The Brussels districts map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.
The district of Lower Town or The Bas de la Ville, the core area of the Old Center, has at its heart the Grand-Place and its environs as its mentioned in Brussels districts map. Two of the most traveled lanes nearby are restaurant-lined rue des Bouchers and Petite rue des Bouchers, part of an area known as the Ilot Sacré (Sacred Isle). A block from the Grand-Place is the classical, colonnaded Bourse (Stock Exchange). A few blocks north, on place de la Monnaie, is the Monnaie opera house and ballet theater , named after the coin mint that once stood here.
The district of Upper Town or The Haut de la Ville lies east of and uphill from the Grand-Place, along rue Royale and rue de la Régence and abutting the unpretentious, working-class Marolles district as you can see in Brussels districts map. Lying between the Palais de Justice and Gare du Midi, the Marolles has cozy cafes, drinking-man bars, and inexpensive restaurants; its denizens even speak their own dialect. The Upper Town is spread along an escarpment east of the center, where you find place du Grand-Sablon as well as the Royal Museums of Fine Arts and the museums of the place Royal .
European District or East of the city center lies a part of Brussels whose denizens are regarded by many Bruxellois with the same suspicion they might apply to extraterrestrials. This is, of course, the European Union district around place Schuman as its shown in Brussels districts map, where the European Commission, Parliament, and Council of Ministers buildings jostle for space in a warren of offices populated by civil servants, journalists, and lobbyists (the area also is home to a wealth of restaurants and cafes that cater to Euro appetites).