The clinic is located above the Galerie du Cinquantenaire arcade, where you can find boutiques, hair salons, cafés, or even a post office.
The rue des Tongres: a shopping street accessible from the Galerie du Cinquantenaire or by turning right when leaving the clinic.
The Shopping Linthout: a shopping arcade located at the top of the rue des Tongres.
The Avenue Louise, where you can pass along designer boutiques.
The rue du Bailli, another shopping street where designer boutiques are waiting for you.
The rue Neuve, which is also known for its numerous shops.
You can also walk in the rue Antoine Dansaert, a shopping street exclusively reserved to pedestrians.
When a procedure is scheduled for the whole day, we offer a hot meal at lunchtime. We work with two restaurants/caterers located close to the clinic: La Fleur d’Oranger and The Open.
In the morning, you will be asked what you would like to eat: you can choose your meal from the menu that will be shown to you.
For your evening meal, you are sure to find a restaurant to suit your tastes from varied selection located close to the clinic.
Know that it is always possible to be delivered at the clinic in the evening. You just need to tell us and we will be pleased to help you.
The Museum of Art and History: you travel across the continents from pre-historic times to the 20th century, from Belgian archaeology to the European decorative arts, not forgetting the classical era and the non-European civilisations. In the north wing of the same building, visit the Museum of the Army and Air Force, which recounts 1,000 years of military history.
The Automobile Museum (AutoWorld): over 250 different vintage vehicles tell the story of the automobile and illustrate its spectacular growth over more than a century.
This house built by Paul Cauchie in 1905 is often considered one of the finest Art Nouveau works in Brussels.
Located in the former studio of the Belgian engraver René Carcan (1925-1993), this museum preserves and exhibits his lifeworks, which include engravings, sculptures and jewellery.
This museum looks at the history of public transport from 1869 to the present day. Covering 1,500 m², it houses a large collection of trams, trolleybuses and taxis.
This museum houses one of the largest dinosaur exhibitions in Europe.
The stained-glass workshop of the master glassmaker Pierre Majerus is renowned in Belgium and abroad for its contemporary designs and for its Art Nouveau and Art Deco creations.
The Royal Museum of the Armed Forces and Military History offers you a journey through ten centuries of conflicts within various sets. You can namely discover a collection of tanks, numerous First World War uniforms from all over the world, as well as enjoy a unique panorama from the summit of the arcades.
Brussels also houses several libraries, theatres, cultural centres, academies and art galleries – such as the ARTISCOPE contemporary art gallery -, that are all worth the trip.
Parc du Cinquantenaire’s hidden treasures include the Great Mosque and the Chien Vert statue. This 30-hectare park has formal gardens, perfectly symmetrical paths and pruned laurel hedges.
It is home to the museums of Art and History, Aviation, the Armed Forces and Military History, the Royal Institute for Cultural Heritage and the Automobile Museum (AutoWorld).
The headquarters of the European Commission are located on the edge of the Parc du Cinquantenaire. This is the Schuman Quarter (metro station of the same name). There are several restaurants near the Commission.
This large 215-ha green oasis on the edge of the Sonian forest contains a string of beautifully landscaped small lakes and footpaths in which to spend an afternoon. It is also where the famous avenue de Tervuren ends, having begun at the Parc du Cinquantenaire, 10km away. Visit this park to admire the French garden and discover the Royal Museum for Central Africa (RMCA), host to first-class collections on Central Africa considered the most extensive in the world.
The Parc Léopold, whose lake is all that remains of the Maelbeek Valley, retains the character of an English landscape garden, despite the Leopold Quarter having become a business district. A visit to the Bibliothèque Solvay, located within the park, is a must.
Surrounded by the Royal Palace of Brussels, the rue Ducale, the Palais de la Nation and the rue Royale, this green lung is full of treasures: the bandstand, statues, fountains, open-air theatres and fountains. Just moments away from the Parc Royal, you will discover the Musée de la Dynastie, the Centre for Fine Arts, the Théâtre Royal du Parc, the Petit Sablon Square, the Garden of Mont-des-Arts and the new Magritte Museum.