In the years 1960/1970 Brussels was choosen to become the "Capital of Europe" or Capital of the "European Union" called "Common Market".We will start, or end, our tour at Place Royale, visiting the new "Instruments Museum" This house, alled "Old England" was a sophisticated clothing gallery in the 20th. Century. According to the time of the day, we will visit the Horta Museum. Visits are possible from 02.00pm, on appointment. All together, we will have the opportunity to admire more than 30 "Art Nouveau" heritages.My guests on this tour enjoy seeing the astounding collection of musical instruments from around the world.The first example of Arts Nouveau architecture in Europe was the Hotel Tassel in Brussels, a home designed by Belgian architect, Victor Horta in 1892. Horta went on to design many of the outstanding Arts Nouveau buildings throughout Brussels, four of which are designed by UNESCO as World Heritage Sites and are favorite designations on any guided tour in Brussels.