discovering Art Nouveau in Brussels (DIY architecture tour!) | Europe Travel Diary

Come with me on a walking tour of Art Nouveau architecture in Brussels, Belgium ❤. If you’re a solo traveler or looking for affordable things to do in Belgium, this is a great choice. I knew that Paris was famous for it’s Art Nouveau buildings, but I didn’t realize Brussels was too! The famous architect, Victor Horta, was a champion for the style throughout the city, kind of like Gaudi was in Barcelona. Links for all the buildings I visited and the map I used are below! I hope you enjoy today’s tour and the last video from Brussels for this trip.

Other Brussels Videos:
Comic Strip Walking Tour in Brussels —
Brussels Major Sites at Night (Mannekin Pis + Grand Place and More) —
Catching Up with Friends in Brussels —

Map for Brussels Art Nouveau Walk —
Japanese Art influence on Art Nouveau —
Horta Museum Website —

0:00 Intro
0:40 Who is Victor Horta?
1:40 What is Art Nouveau?
2:36 The Otlet Mansion
2:50 The Tassel Mansion (check out interior photos in description!!)
3:38 Albert Roosenboom House
3:56 The Solvay Mansion
5:28 Rue Africaine 92
6:25 The Horta Museum
6:56 Is the Horta Museum worth visiting?

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