Brussels is Europe’s favourite destination for association conferences – worldwide it is only preceded by Singapore.




up to 600 pax

Maison de la Poste is part of the huge Tour & Taxis site, located in the heart of Brussels. You could call it a city within a city: it has shops, restaurants, pubs, cultural venues, a huge swathe of parkland… And then of course there are the magnificently renovated buildings of this former industrial site. One of the most iconic is the Maison de la Poste (Post House), a truly inspiring place, decorated by international top designers. It houses a congress centre that aims to be at the top of its field in terms of rooms, infrastructure, service, and sustainability. 

When you open the tap, out pours filtered ground water. Maison de la Poste works with local partners and sustainable caterers, who only use locally sourced bio produce. The venue also does food waste recovery through the company ALPACA Solutions.

Green Key label

Inventors of the postal system

During the 16th and 17th century, the site served as pasture for the horses of the Von Thurn und Taxis family, who are credited with inventing the postal system. They worked out of Brussels until 1704, when they moved to Frankfurt. However, the grounds were still referred to by the French version of their name: Tour & Taxis. In 1895, the site was transformed into one of the first multimodal freight transport platforms in the world. A newly built, 40,000 square metre train station connected the railway system via the nearby Brussels Canal to the Belgian waterways. Maison de la Poste served as the main administrative office. The buildings were thoroughly modern for their time and are still considered masterpieces of functional architecture. The use of iron girders, for example, allowed for large windows, which to this day make for light-drenched spaces. In the 1960s, more than 3,000 people worked on the site. However, Tour & Taxis’ importance was seriously harmed by the rapid increase of road transport, and by the 1990s it had fallen into disrepair. A recent and ongoing renovation project is now restoring it to its former glory.

One of the most influential cities in the world    

A site at the intersection of roads, bustling with economic activity: is there a better place to hold your conference or meeting? Everything you need is available at Tour & Taxis, and if you leave the grounds, you’re in the centre of Brussels, one of the most exciting and influential cities in the world. Don’t forget to send your loved ones one of the historic postcards available at Maison de la Poste!


Located in the city of Brussels

Brussels is the second most diverse city in the world. It makes the Capital of Europe a multicultural, multilingual metropolis, where conference delegates from all over the world feel at home. Be welcome to this exciting, vibrant city, with its rich tradition of fine dining.

Practical information


  • By train: 10 minutes on foot from Station Brussel Noord
  • By plane: 15 minutes by car from Brussels Airport

Technical Info

  • Hybrid conferences possible


up to 600 pax


Rue Picard 5/7
1000 Bruxelles
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Visit Maison de la Poste from your chair

With your conference in Maison de la Poste you are guaranteed to impress your delegates. But first it's your turn: take an impressive virtual visit in 360° to this venue, and be amazed by its architecture.

Maison de la Poste

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