The visit plunges you into Brussels, the indisputable capital of Art Nouveau, with its more than 500 Art Nouveau buildings, spread primarily over the communes of Schaerbeek, Etterbeek, Ixelles and Saint-Gilles. In 3 hours, discover 3 communes (the City of Brussels, Saint-Gilles and Ixelles) if you are using public transport or 4 communes if you have a private bus or coach. The visit also touches on Art Deco, which developed as a contrast to Art Nouveau. At the end of the First World War, the Art Deco style developed in Brussels, alongside the Art Nouveau style that was favoured by the bourgeoisie. Brussels boasts various Art Deco structures. Some of the most famous among them are majestic buildings such as Koekelberg Basilica, the Centre for Fine Arts, Brussels Central Station and the Royal Greenhouses in Laeken. This is a wonderful chance to discover the city's numerous treasures, in the company of expert Art Nouveau and Art Deco guides.