See U Brussels – Bringing people together

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Located in the heart of Ixelles in Brussels," See U" and its 45,000 m2 site is all about bringing people together in a fun and unique way.

Located in the heart of Ixelles, See U is all about bringing people together in a fun and unique way. See U is located on a 45,000 m2 site at an absolutely beautiful location.  It's a real ecosystem that brings together more than 100 project carriers and which breathes new life into the site on a daily basis.

Its purpose is to create a welcoming place, open to the neighbourhood with a new range of local amenities and activities for local residents. At See U, you will never be bored - each week there are plenty of things to do! Think vintage markets, creative workshops, tattoo conventions, art exhibitions, food trucks, concerts and much, much more! The activities are so varied and diverse that no one gets left out. There is something to do for everyone at See U - and for every age! And even if you're not in the mood for an activity, you can always have a drink and explore this beautiful site on your own!

Personally, whenever there's a nice event, I like planning a visit. But I also really like just going there on a sunny day and seeing what See U has to offer! You can always get a drink on the huge terrace, but who knows what might happen!

About this spot

Kroonlaan 227

08:00 - 22:00 daily

no-price

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