13:00 - Square des Ursulines
An unmissable spot in the Marolles neighbourhood, and of Brussels' urban culture, is place des Ursulines. It's home to both experienced and beginner skateboarders. Feel free to savour your portion of chips as you watch them. You will be amazed by their tricks... and the painted murals that decorate this skate park.
15:00 – A street art trail
Wander through the streets of the Marolles neighbourhood in search of street art works. You'll find them everywhere. By 15:00, you'll probably have already seen the work of Denis Meyers and Arnaud Kool, on rue Haute, at the entrance to the CHU Saint-Pierre. You’ll find at least four more on rue Blaes. Fans of traditional painting will enjoy the neighbourhood's Bruegel streetcar trail.
17:00 – A drink at La Clef D’or
Back at Place du Jeu de Balle, have a seat on the terrace of La Clef d'Or. This typical Brussels café is the ideal place for an aperitif. Let yourself be tempted by its wide range of homemade beers and aperitifs.
18:30 – It’s dinner time
For an evening of guilt-free indulgence, join us at Liu Lin in rue Haute. Sisters Liu and Lin's Asian cuisine is entirely plant-based and the bite-sized plates are ideal for sharing. Or maybe you don't like sharing... Want to splurge? Book a table at Les Brigittines, on the steps of Chapel Church. In a beautiful Art Nouveau decor, chef Dirk Myny serves traditional and seasonal cuisine with quality products. His famous Zennepot is a must.
21:30 - Panoramic view with sunset
Want to enjoy the sunset from up high? Then take the lift up to the upper city and place Poelaert. From one of the benches, or using the binoculars, enjoy a breathtaking view of Brussels.
22:00 – One last drink... don’t mind if I do!
To round off the evening, you can either go straight to bed, or go to Le Petit Lion for a nightcap. To get there, hop in the lift down to Rue Haute.