The Commission, the Parliament, the Councils, etc. This is a guided tour about how the European institutions work in Brussels. It was the wish of King Leopold II to extend the communes of Brussels outside its historic centre. He also wanted to organise international and universal exhibitions in Brussels, so he developed the Heysel plateau, Cinquantenaire park, and Solbosch. Moreover, the headquarters of the European Union have given Brussels a unique historic role in contemporary Europe. Various European institutions have their headquarters in Brussels. But how does the European Union function? Who decides what? Do Belgians, the French, Germans, Poles or Estonians feel European? How do they live in Brussels? What are the implications for Brussels, the federal capital of Belgium?
Guided Tour Themes : Europe
Duration : 3.00 hours
Language Spoken : Dutch - English - French
Indicative price for a group of maximum 25 people