Capital of Belgium and located in the heart of Europe, Brussels is a lively, dynamic and multi-cultural city. It is the centre of several European Union institutions and is world famous for its beer, waffles and chocolates.

European quarter

Gutenberg Square is a popular residential area. It is a real open-air museum with its magnificent Art Nouveau buildings. Its location is ideal as it is close to all points of interest: city centre, European Commission, train station, parks, restaurants…

The Gutenberg residence is close to public transport and you will be delighted to walk around the Ambiorix square, or to purchase your future best-seller at the Adolphe Max library.

Bruxelles ma belle

Vibrant and multicultural, the capital of Belgium is now the capital of Europe as it hosts more than 30% of expatriates. Brussels is mainly French-speaking, although Flemish and English are also spoken.

A green city

Brussels is a very green city, with 8000 hectares of parks, gardens, woods and forests.

The parc de Bruxelles, Parc Léopold and Parc du Cinquentenaire are close to the beautiful Gutenberg residence; ideal for a walk or a gourmet break.

A cultural discovery

Brussels can be discovered in a weekend and has all the advantages of a large city but also the charm of a small town that can be explored on foot. Brussels is composed of many neighbourhoods, all different from each other with various historical monuments such as the centre, the Châtelain, the Sablons and the Marolles. And last but not least, the emblem of Brussels – the famous Manneken Pis – symbol of the irreverent spirit of the Belgians.


Le parc du cinquentenaire - Bruxelles
La grand-place de Bruxelles en Belgique
L'Atomium de Bruxelles

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