Egmont Palace Brussels

Egmont Conference Centre, Kleine Zavel 8b, 1000 Brussels, Belgium

Built in the 16th century, the Egmont Palace was dramatically transformed in the 17th century by the Princes of Arenberg. Important guests that have stayed there include Queen Christine of Sweden, Louis XV, Jean-Baptiste Rousseau and Voltaire.

It now belongs to Belgium’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs and its prestigious setting is used for important international conferences.

The conference room has wifi facilities.

How to get there:

As accessing Brussels might be difficult during rush hours, we recommend using public transportation.

From Brussels National Airport, take the train until Brussels South or Brussels Central
       Brussels South (Gare du Midi) and further by metro
       Brussels Central (Gare Central) by foot (15 minutes walk) or by bus
Line 2 or 6 from Brussels South: from there you can take the Metro to Simonis and step out at Louiza or Porte de Namur (both 7 minutes walk)
71: Delta from Brussels Central until stop “Koning”
BY CAR (route planner
The Egmont Conference Center has no parking facilities. Please use public parking facilities in the neighborhood:
       Poelart, Place Poelaert, 1000 Brussel (500 m – 7 minutes walk)
       Naamse Poort, 1000 Brussel (500 m – 7 minutes walk)
       Deux Portes, Boulevard de Waterloo 2, 1000 Brussels (600 m – 8 minutes walk)
       Grote Zavel, 1000 Brussel (300 m – 4 minutes walk)
       Eversstraat, 1000 Brussel (1 km – 15 minutes walk)

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