Located at the junction between the Etterbeek and Woluwe communes, Montgomery Square boasts multiple pathways into Brussels. One by one, each branch of the eponymous roundabout leads Brussels’ natives and expatriates towards a different possibility, each one chic and sprinkled with exclusive buildings.
If you head down the Avenue Tervueren, you can stroll leisurely towards the Woluwe Park, stopping at the imposing Stoclet House, precursor of the Art Deco movement, and a World Heritage Site since 2009.
You’re likely to indulge in a few purchases if you head the other way, because you’ll find yourself at the Rue de Tongres, which is known for its variety of boutiques and famous brands.
You could choose instead to discover the Brand Withlock or Saint Michel boulevards, which provide easy access to the more residential neighbourhoods, where modernised townhouses happily rub shoulders with Art Nouveau façades and luxury buildings. All you have to do is decide!