Visit Brussels boasts just one major priority: the satisfaction of visitors, the root of their willingness to recommend Brussels as a destination. To do this, it is organised like a private company into divisions for marketing, promotion, operations & reception.
Arkadia.be offers a wide range of guided tours so as to increase awareness of Belgium’s heritage, and in particular that of Brussels. The association also produces informative projects intended for younger people.
A round table of themed cultural tourism associations, including the ARAU, Arkadia.be, Le Bus Bavard, Pro Vélo and Itinéraires. Voir et dire Bruxelles was an initiative of several events. It offers more than 150 guided theme visits. The 2009 Biennale will be called “From Art Nouveau to Art Déco”.
The not-for-profit association Palais de Charles Quint manages the largest archeological site in Brussels, the former Coudenberg palaces located under the Place Royale neighbourhood, as well as the Coudenberg museum.
A programme to welcome classes for increasing awareness of Brussels' heritage is available at the BIP. A documentation centre for heritage education for teachers and guides will be developed soon.
Wallimage/Bruxellimage actively supports the growing audiovisual industry in Wallonia. Wallimage/Bruxellimage coproduces films.
The mission of the not-for-profit association Mont des Arts is to increase awarenss about the Mont des Arts as a neighbourhood of museums.
The ADT acts as an urban observer so as to better understand the socio-economic situation of the region’s various neighbourhoods. It also facilitates reflection on the development of zones of regional interest.
This network of professional ethnomusicologists defends the existence, place and artisitic value of traditional music in Europe and the world in today’s multi-musical world through debates and publication.
At the service of promoting Brussels as a cultural region, the Fondation pour les Arts à Bruxelles dévelops projects such as the Internet site agenda.be, the publication of a cultural guide to Brussels and the “last minute” ticket service Arsène 50.
The non-profit BIP’s mission is to manage the exploitation of the BIP.