Saint-Hubert Promenade is a glass shopping mall located in the center of Brussels, Belgium. Built between 1846 and 1847, this promenade precedes other famous European shopping malls in the 19th century. It resembles the Uffizi (Vasari) of Florence. The long and narrow street-style courtyard has two regular outer walls, which originate from a glass arched storefront in the distance, and both floors are Italian pentagram style. , Under the arched glass pane roof, an exquisite cast iron frame.
In Brussels, Belgium, the most famous is Belgian chocolate. There is the most concentrated chocolate shop on the Saint-Hubert Promenade. The Saint-Hubert Promenade is actually a large shopping mall with a long glass dome in the middle, forming a In the indoor pedestrian shopping space, Peeing Boy Julien's chocolates are the hallmarks here, which can be seen in almost every store.
This promenade has some luxury brands shops, cafes, and more famous chocolate shops in Belgium, and can't imagine chocolate making so many shapes!
This covered shopping area is one of the oldest malls in the world--older than Milan's Galleria. Some of the highest end brands are found there like Pierre Mercolini chocolates.
If you like luxury than this is definitely the place to see. Have fun shopping ;) ... or maybe just window shopping :P
One of great shopping mall and to us is just nice ti do window shopping.
The Galerie de la Reine, the Galerie du Roi and the Galerie des Princes together form the Galeries Royales Saint-Hubert, which represents Europe's first shopping arcade (opened in 1847). Stroll along a plethora of boutiques offering some of finer names in luxury goods including clocks, clothing designers, chocolate shops and leather goods. Also, one can find restaurants and cultural venues including the Cinéma Galeries, the Musée des lettres et manuscrits and the Vaudeville.