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November E-news from the Belgian Tourist Office



  What's new in 2009 for meetings and groups

November 2008   

SEVEN GOOD REASONS TO CHOOSE BRUSSELS Brussels Art de Vivre: friendly and relaxed true European village, 24 city parks, cuisine renowned worldwide, Belgian chocolate, beer and food specialities. So accessible and compact: easy to get to by air, road and rail, easy to get around in, by foot and public transportation.Choice of meeting facilities:wide variety of venues for 10 to 10,000 persons, world class meeting & exhibition centers, wide selection of hotels. The heart of Europe: leading conference city, political and commercial center, home of the European commission and NATO. Professional services and value for money: complete range of support and creative services, translation services in all 22 languages of the expanded EU, oustanding catering quality. Cosmopolitan and diverse city: multicultural & multilingual, lively with exciting night life and entertainment, animated with local festivals, folklore and exhibitions. Brussels yours to discover: City of fashion & design, historical splendor, 85 museums and Art Nouveau.

OPENING OF " SQUARE" ON SEPTEMBER 20,2009  :  Once known as the Congress Center of Brussels," Square", a completely renovated venue next to the Grand Place on Mont des Arts, in the center of Brussels, will offer 108,000 square feet of polyvalent rooms, including 3 auditoria, 2 conference rooms, 20 high-tech meeting rooms, a modular hall of 43,000 square feet and an exclusive top-floor event room; a venue suitable for every type of meeting, whether it be an international conference gala dinner or product presentation! SQUARE, originally constructed for the 1959 world's fair was remodeled using state of the art technology for the 21st century.

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