Brussels is Art Déco

From Art Nouveau to Art Deco directions_bus

Lasts 3h00

This three-hour coach tour explores two of the major styles in the history of architecture in Brussels: Art Nouveau, which originated in the buildings of Victor Horta in the closing years of the nineteenth century, and Art Deco, which became the predominant style of the inter-war years 1918-39. The tour includes interior visits to the entrance hall of the former Wauquez wholesale drapery store by Victor Horta (now the Belgian Strip Cartoon Centre) and the Hannon townhouse by Jules Brunfaut and a visit to the interior of the Van Buuren Museum, an Art Deco masterpiece by Goevarts & Van Varenbergh.

On demand...

This tour is available on demand for a private group. The organiser may choose the date, the departure place, the guide's tongue (french, english, german or spanish).