The Béguinage and Saint-Catherine neighbourhoods are just a stone's throw from the Bourse. Lively and trendy, they are renowned for their concept stores and their gastronomic offer. But how well do you know their little secrets, both old and new?
The Sainte-Catherine and Béguinage neighbourhoods are among the most vibrant places in the city. There is always something going on. Although very popular with tourists, they still retain a genuine neighbourhood feel. The locals are strongly attached to them and enjoy telling the historical anecdotes that shape their identity. An identity imbued with symbolism and belief. Below you’ll find some of this trendy area’s hidden gems: Rue de la Cigogne, the church of Saint John the Baptist at the Béguinage, the gardens of the Pacheco Institute, the Masonic temple and the urinals of the Sainte Catherine church.
If you would like to explore the neighbourhood in more detail, you can visit the numerous addresses that mark out the route.