International Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symposium

In 2021 a joint initiative of Belgium and The Netherlands

About Brussels

IMPORTANT: The 2021 edition of IGARSS will unfortunately not take place in the magnificent city of Brussels. We do hope you will be able to visit Brussels and also other parts of Belgium later on. We therefore keep this information available for you to. Please do note that the IGARSS 2021 organizing committee is no longer able to offer travel or accommodation support, because the symposium is fully virtual.

Brussels, the capital of Belgium and Europe, is definitely the place to be. Conveniently located and interconnected with Europe’s most important metropoles, Brussels gathers a significant network of expertise and resources as Europe’s decision-making capital and is not the kind of place that you easily forget. The mixture of cultures, events, art and history are a few examples of what this city can really be proud of. Brussels has something for everyone. also offers city maps which can be used when you want to discover Brussels' essentials. Click here for more information.

Here's already a shortlist of interesting sites to visit during your stay in Brussels.

  • Atomium
  • Belgian Royal Palace
  • Natural Sciences Museum
  • Grand-Place, UNESCO World Heritage List
  • Cinquantenaire Park
  • Magritte Museum
  • The Sonian Forest, UNESCO World Heritage List
  • Centre for Fine Arts - BOZAR
  • Jardin Botanique Meise
  • Art & History Museum
  • Solvay House, UNESCO World Heritage List

Click here to discover many more sites, monuments, parks, museums, … you can visit during your stay in Brussels.

Tourism Info Desk –

For any kind of information regarding the city of Brussels, you can always contact the tourism info desk and convention bureau of Brussels,
2-4 rue Royale / Koningsstraat 2
1000 Bruxelles / Brussel
+ 32 (0)2 513 89 40