The Royal Sint-Hubert galleries

The Queen’s Gallery, the King’s Gallery and the Prince’s Gallery are located close to the Grand Place and together they form the Royal Sint-Hubert Galleries. These covered shopping galleries were designed in 1847 by the Dutchman Pierre Cluysenaar.  See also

In these beautiful galleries you will find many national and international luxury brands selling leather goods (Delvaux), antique and watches, design furniture. There are also a lot of chocolate shop such as Godiva, Corné, Neuhaus, Mary and Leonidas. In addition, you will find some good restaurants and cultural meeting places such as a movie, “Cinéma galeries”, the Vaudeville Theatre and the Royal Theatre of the Galleries.

Famous writers and poets like Victor Hugo, Paul Verlaine, Arthur Rimbaud, Charles Baudelaire, Guillaume Apollinaire, … once visited and even resided in this gallery.

The well-known coffee house Mokafé is definitely worth a visit. In the Prince’s Gallery you will find the beautiful bookstore Tropisme – in the 60s this was a Jazzclub.

Naar de Grote Markt.