This touristy mix of history,
architecture and culture will bring you to the
most fascinating places in Brussels: The “Atomium”,
the “Art Nouveau” districts (St. Gilles,
Ixelles…), the “Art Déco” neighborhoods,
the European working area, the “Royals”…and
The bus will pick you up at 9:30h at “Place
de Brouckère” in front of the Hotel
Metrolpole. This tour will take about 3 hours being
guided in English.
18 September Start 9:30h
through the ages” – Historical
Discover the historical city
centre of Brussels starting at St. Catherine’s
harbour, passing the stock exchanges, the boulevards
and leading to the galleries and the Cathedral.
This guided tour will be about Belgian folklore,
legends and traditions and also some specialities.
The English speaking guide will start from
St. Catherine’s church (3 min. from “ Place
de Brouckère”) at 9:30h. This
walking visit will take about 3 hours.
Wednesday 19 September Start 9:30h
through its taverns….. – A pleasurable
The Belgians are famous for
their good taste, delicious food, lovely chocolate
and their cosy bars and bistrot’s. This
convivial tour through Brussels’ taverns
reflect the best the town’s evolution
of taste and social habits. Its decoration
reveals the architectural trends and fashions
of the time. Two ‘refreshing stopovers’ will
give you a taste of the tavern’s ambiance.
The English speaking guide will pick you
up at 9:30h from Brussels' town hall on‘Grand
Place’ and take you on a walk to the
nicest and most interesting taverns for 3 hours.
The organisations below have made an outstanding
contribution tothe success of the
ENC2007 Conference through their generous sponsorship.
ENC 2007 Diamond Sponsor
ENC 2007 Gold Sponsor
Sponsor of the Welcome Reception at the Town
ENC 2007 is organised:
in cooperation with the Belgian Nuclear Society
in cooperation with the IAEA
with the OECD/NEA
with the American Nuclear Society
with the support of the Vrije Universiteit Brussel