From small group dinners to large conferences and exhibitions, Tour & Taxis offers more than twenty unique event locations in Brussels, each with their own atmosphere, for two to tens of thousands of participants.
Tour & Taxis began as Europe’s largest shipping and customs hub, with beautiful warehouses built at the end of the nineteenth and beginning of the twentieth centuries. These buildings are exemplary example of industrial architecture, as well as of the Art Nouveau and Art Deco styles. They’ve been given a new life as part of a major project for sustainable urbanisation, making this pedestrian zone in the centre of Brussels an ideal location for events of all shapes and sizes.
Tour & Taxis, once Europe’s largest platform for the exchange of goods, has been transformed into a mixed-use urban development project focused on restoring the site’s early twentieth-century buildings to their former grandeur while giving them a modern purpose. Tour & Taxis is now a major cultural hotspot and events venue in Brussels, and includes residences, offices, retail space, restaurants, and the largest city park to be developed in the centre of Brussels in over a century. While daily life on the site looks a bit different now than it did in 1907 when the campus was originally constructed, Tour & Taxis continues to be a place where connection, creativity and growth thrive.
Maison de la Poste bears witness to Brussels’ rethought industrial heritage. Once the post office for the multi-modal transit and logistics hub that Tour & Taxis was in its industrial heyday, Maison de la Poste is now the most unique space for conferences and events in Brussels. With Maison de la Poste creating an unforgettable atmosphere, events here are sure to foster connections and inspire attendees.
A masterpiece of civil engineering: with their sawtooth roof made of glass and its metal frame, today the Sheds host exhibitions and congresses as well as major cultural events, fairs, shows and shows.
It is the perfect setting for innovative cultural events, film or photo shoots, trade shows, fairs, product launches or promotions.
The historic station concourse that was part of the Gare Maritime has been transformed into an indoor city with its own Food Market, exclusive shops and offices. Countless unique and inspiring areas and warm, wooden structures alternate in this building complex. It is perfectly suited to accommodate both small and major events. The monumental nave is a true architectural eye-catcher, bathed in indirect sunlight and providing ample space for well-attended indoor activities.
Any activity in the Gare Maritime is a green activity. Sustainability has been key during the renovation works. The building generates its own energy from renewable sources, using geothermics and solar panels. The green boulevards on either side of the nave are lined with themed gardens and tall trees, as if the adjacent park found its way inside.
The Gare Maritime is a unique place – attractive, innovative and ambitious.
Our site has a number of private terraces and spaces to organise your breaks or receptions outside (always with the possibility of moving to an indoor setting if the weather is bad).
Formerly a train uploading platform, this banana-shaped structure with its zinc roof has been completely transformed into an exceptional space for receptions and parties.