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Rue Neuve, Brussels

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Neighborhood · Hidden Gem · Shopping
The second most popular shopping street in Belgium, the pedestrian thoroughfare of Rue Neuve is lined with luxury boutiques. The upper floors of the buildings represent some of the most expensive residential flats in the city. The street runs from Place Charles Rogier to Place de la Monnaie with hundreds of shops in between. If exclusive shopping isn't your cup of tea, you can still pop into one of the many chocolate shops to buy some traditional Belgian candies. In the center of the street you may notice an antiquated building that stands out from the predominantly modern architecture. This is the Church of Our Lady of Finistere, a church that was once the avenue's namesake. Plan your visit to Rue Neuve and a wealth of other attractions, well-known and undiscovered, using our Brussels trip planner.
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  • This is a pedestrian shopping street with lots of shops and suitable for the masses. The buildings here are pretty nice too. Worth a visit.  more »
  • Pedestrian shopping street. FREE to go and just window shopping. Also, good to see what is on in Brussels, as this street has stores that caters more to the locals.  more »
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