An agent from the tourist office will be available at the registration area during the meeting and happy to answer your questions about Brussels.
Sunday 7 May: 3:00pm – 8:00pm
Monday 8 May: 10:00am – 6:30pm
Tuesday 9 May: 10:00am – 6:30pm
Wednesday 10 May: 10:00am – 6:30pm
Or visit the official tourist information site visit.brussels. You can find information about Brussels, tips on what to do & see, where to eat & drink and many more. Or purchase the Brussels Card, your key to discover Brussels.
Why coming to SETAC Brussels?
- Centrally located conference center
- Environmental quality through trans-disciplinary collaboration
- In the center of Europe and environmental policy making
- Networking (during and after hours, formal and informal)
- Connectivity by train and plane
- Cultural and touristic hotspot: “art-de-vivre”
Cultural and Touristic Hotspot
- Fine arts: Magritte and over 80 museums (lots of them close to Square)
- Historical Centre: “Grand place” (UNESCO World Heritage Site) and other buildings and monuments in Gothic, Baroque and Art-Nouveau styles
- World War I commemoration 2014-2018
- Ghent (40 min), Bruges (1h), Antwerp (1h)