The European Commission headquarters building is located in Brussels. Surprisingly, there are no towering walls and no guards with live ammunition to patrol. You can stroll around at close range, but don’t miss it here. Check it out.
I happen to live in the European Union, so I often pass by these office buildings. The European Commission does not open its doors every day. Summer is a vacation time for many office workers in Europe with their families, including the staff of the European Commission. Many places here are closed in summer. The visit time is not every day. It’s better to check the official website when to open the door, so as not to make a trip in vain. To visit inside, you must book online.
Brussels is located in the heart of Europe, so many international and European Union organizations have their headquarters in Brussels. I had the privilege of visiting the European Commission building during the day. And I saw the OPK building in the night view.
The building is very distinctive and has a polyline style. If you don’t tell you, you won’t guess that this is the political center of the European Union.
The European Commission is one of the permanent institutions of the European Union and the only EU institution with the authority to draft decrees. The subway Prac Park station. The current president of the European Commission is former Prime Minister Juncker of Luxembourg. Have the honour to visit here and listen to two lectures! This is not an institution with the European Commission in Strasbourg, France.