PLAN ROUTIER DE LA VILLE DE BRUXELLES gravé à Londres 1782. En surcharge : Plan de police de sureté, tranquillité et bon ordre de nuit pour la ville de Bruxelles, 15 novembre 1783. Signé F. A. De Berg, Amman de Bruxelles. Adressé à Leurs Altesses Royales. (detail)


Lunch is not included in the Symposium fee: each participant is free to make his/her own arrangements in the time allotted. But, the easiest solution is the restaurant “ALBERT” in the KBR on Tuesday and Thursday and “Le MIDI 50” restaurant at the Art & History Museum on Wednesday.


There is a large choice of restaurants in the historical centre of Brussels. The “Petite rue des Bouchers”, next to the Grand Place is a favourite tourist location, with a row of restaurants offering all possible types of cuisine.

One of our favourites in the area, is the Taverne du Passage, a typical Belgian tavern in the ancient Galeries Royales Saint-Hubert.

On Thursday night, our Gala Dinner will take place at an exclusive private club, Le Cercle Royal Gaulois Artistique et Littéraire, located in the Park of Brussels at the address Rue de la Loi 5, 1000 Brussels, opposite the Belgian Federal Parliament building.