Inaugurated in 1847, the Galeries Royales Saint-Hubert are among the oldest in Europe. They are comprised of three shopping arcades: the Queen’s Gallery, the King’s Gallery and the Princes’ Gallery.
The Galeries Royales, in the heart of Brussels, around the corner from the Grand-Place, are home to many shops and entertainment venues. There are jewellery shops, luxury boutiques, pastry and biscuit shops, Belgian chocolate shops, traditional shops, cafés and restaurants of all kinds… For culture, it also features the bookshop Tropismes, the Cinéma d’art et essai Galeries, and the Théâtre Royal des Galeries and the Vaudeville. Upstairs, coworking areas, hotel rooms and flats overlook the galleries.
This elegant and prestigious complex, architecturally inspired by the Italian Palaces of the 19th century, is covered across its entire length by a glass roof with a metal frame, sheltering visitors whatever the climate.
Some six million people visit the Galeries Royales Saint-Hubert every year. Tourists and Brussels locals see it as an enjoyable place to stroll and shop all year round. A lively place for a timeless journey…
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