The European Quarter, or Leopold Quarter, is the largest office district in Brussels.
The district's main occupant, the European Union, is the epicentre around which many representative bodies (such as the European Commission or the European Parliament), lobby groups and international companies have their headquarters.
Around the Place du Luxembourg you will find some of the most prestigious office buildings in the capital and in Belgium. There are also many flexible offices and serviced business centres, interspersed with green areas, parks and cultural venues such as the Museum of Natural Sciences.
It has good public transport links: the Brussels-Luxembourg train station and bus access to Leopold Park make it easy to get around. If you are looking for a district with direct access by car to the Brussels ring road and the airport, as well as a wide range of restaurants and hotels, come to this bustling international business and administrative centre in the heart of Europe!