The European Quarter is both unique and multifaceted. It is made up of several sub-neighbourhoods (place Jourdan, quartier Léopold, Cinquantenaire Park, Mérode and place du Luxembourg) separated by several major thoroughfares. One thing they all have in common is that they have all been transformed by the establishment of European and international institutions. As a result, the neighbourhood has had a colourful history, with a decline in the number of inhabitants, a lack of diversity in terms of shops and busy thoroughfares that have fragmented the area. In recent years, however, the European Quarter has become more dynamic and diverse. There are some charming spots, green spaces and lovely residential streets. It's time to tell the real story of this multicultural neighbourhood, the people who live here, the cultural richness that drives it and the transformations to come. Discover "European Quarter Brussels", the new, neighbourhood brand.