Situated to the south-east of Brussels, Auderghem is a privileged commune from the point of view of its environment.

Despite being criss-crossed by major arteries (Boulevard du Souverain, Chaussée de Wavre and the Herrmann-Debroux viaduct), Auderghem has inevitably changed its appearance, and yet managed to preserve the "village" feel so deeply appreciated by its fellow citizens.

The airy neighbourhoods of detached houses at the edge of the forest alternate with older, more modest neighbourhoods, now undergoing full regeneration.

Its past, like its present, is a trove of historical, cultural and artistic happenings.

The Vallée de la Woluwe and the reassuring beauty of the Soignes forest that it is perched against offer an exceptional location in the Brussels Region.

Discover also this commune thanks to our guided tours.