Le Valduc, B&B in Auderghem, Brussels

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Brussels, culture, musea and its "musts"

Culture

Have a look on Agenda culturel , the official magazine issued by the Brussels Region.

We recommend :

- The Centre culturel d’Auderghem for the quality of its programs and his “Paris-Théatre”, with French well-known actors.
- The Palais des Beaux-Arts (BOZAR).
- The Théatre royal de la Monnaie.
- The Théatre royal du Parc.
- The Comédie Claude Volterwith its reputed classical program and that you can reach after a 5 minutes walk from Le Valduc.

You wish to order on-line tickets for a classical concert ? Just click classictic.com.

For any exhibition, touristical tour, concert,.. , the Fnac offers also a service on-line.

Cinema

With the metro or a taxi, you can easily reach the Brussels centre or the Toison d’Or avenue with all best and diversified movies centres. It just takes 30 minutes maximum.

Not far from Le Valduc, you can also enjoy a pretty cinema place in the Stockel area with all last movies.

Movies programs can be consulted through cinebel.

Exhibitions and museums

Large and interesting exhibitions are regularly organized in Brussels, in addition to the permanent expositions. Not only the Royal Museums of Fine Arts of Belgium, le Cinquantenaire Museum (Musées royaux d’Art et d’Histoire) et le Belgian Comic Strip Center but also typical places of interest are waiting for your visit on the liste des musées à Bruxelles.

We especially love
- le Museum van Buuren to the name of those « Art Déco » collectionneurs who left their heritage to a museum
- the Musée des Beaux-Arts d’Ixelles, for its XXth century paintings collections
- the Musée des Sciences Naturelles
- the Royal Museum for Central Africa in Tervuren
- the Museum Horta(« Art Nouveau ») to the name of this world-known Belgian architect.

Do not forget the Museum BelVue for the souvenirs of our Belgian royal family.

Under the Place Royale, you will also enjoy visiting the Coudenberg and the former palace of Charles-Quint with its impressive foundations of the XVth century.

We highly suggest a visit in a unique house of the Grand’Place at the number 10. The Brewers House traces its origins to the XVth century and has always been occupied by the brewers corporation that became in the meantime the Belgian Brewers, federation still promoting today the merits of the Belgian beer. Have a look in the Musée de la bière of the house and enjoy a drink to the health of Patricia, your guest lady who spent years of her professional life in this building. You will be served a real Belgian beer that… you will be invited to recognize…

BruExpo, the exhibition park of Brussels build in 1958, can be reached in 35 minutes with the metro and 20 minutes by car.

Tourism

Brussels is an art and history place of interest. Have a look on our guide books made available to you for your convenience at home.

At the Grand’Place, the Office du Tourisme is waiting for your visit and the Ville de Bruxelles web-site also serves interesting information.

Places to be for dinner, reading, shopping,…

Enjoy the places that we appreciate in the neighbourhood…

Have a delightful meal nearby at :
- Singha taverne (by walking) , Thailand restaurant mentioned in Le Guide Michelin.
- La Caudalie, French restaurant for delicate and face-to-face (but not only…) dinner.
- La sœur du Patron and Le Briefing that offer you a selection of world meals and wines.
- The university area of the ULB/VUB offers a typical atmosphere and a whole range of diversified restaurants.
- For the children, the Quick is not far!
- A little further, if you like Indian food, have a visit and enjoy a lunch or a dinner in our good friend Mohit restaurant, the Star of India.

If you wish a larger selection, please visit the listing of the Brussels restaurants on resto.be. We of course can give our opinion on some classical addresses.

A large books selection is waiting for the amateurs in the new UOPC library at 5 minutes walk from Le Valduc.

For diversified shopping, you will visit the Woluwe-Shopping-Center at Woluwé-Saint-Lambert or the Place Dumont at Stockel, where café’s will invite you for lunch and rest.

If you like second hand shopping like us, if you want to find an old but cheep painting or souvenir, we often walk downtown in the Marché de la Place du Jeu de Balles every day, on the Sablon on Sunday morning and on the brocante of the Carrefour parking of Auderghem on the 3d Sunday of each month, of Waterloo every Sunday morning or of the Place Saint-Lambert on the 1st Sunday of each month. All the brocantes are listed on liste des brocantes.

For the sportsmen and women

The Sonian Forest is not far for a jogging or to bike. Maps can be obtained. The Rouge-Cloître is the starting place of many paths to enjoy a peaceful walk. The old tram way from Watermael-Boisfort to Woluwe-Saint-Pierre is now a bicycle way. The Parc de Woluwé finally offers a pretty opportunity to walk around lakes and threes as from Le Valduc.

Fitness is also possible nearby and swimming-pools are not far at
- Etterbeek
- Watermael-Boisfort.

Practically…

Book for a taxi through Taxi Vert.

Or choose for the metro at the Hankar station less than 500 meters from Le Valduc or take the bus 36 nearby.

Avenue Dr. Edmond Cordier 1, 1160 Brussels - Belgium

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