Magnitude, elegance, authenticity… what a breathtaking sight!
Covered with a glass arcade, letting the light but not the rain through, the Saint-Hubert Royal Galleries are nearly 200m wide.
Various stores have taken up residence there (jewelers, chocolate makers, fashion, restaurants and cafés, cinema, theater…), in a “royal” tranquility, which attracts tourists and intellectuals.
The galleries are the meeting point between the area of the Théâtre de la Monnaie and the Grand-Place, thus making the link between the historical part of the city and the most modern part.
Today, the Saint-Hubert galleries are among the last 3 remaining galleries, together with the Bortier and Northern Passage galleries. Originally, there were seven of them.
Address: Galerie du Roi 5, 1000 Brussels, Belgium