Brussels: Tour & Taxis
Our offices are located in Tour & Taxis’s showpiece: the Royal Warehouse. This historical building derives its name from the de Tassis family.
During Habsburg times, on 1 May 1501, François de Tassis, born in Bergamo (Italy), was appointed postmaster by Philip the Handsome. The family developed a European-wide postal system (connecting Madrid, London, Innsbruck, Vienna, Amsterdam, Venice, Rome, Mechelen, Brussels, etc.) with Brussels at its centre. During the summer, the trip from Brussels to Paris would take forty-four hours. The trip to Rome or Toledo would take twelve days. The name ‘von Thurn und Tassis’ was used as from December 1650 and was later turned into the more French-sounding ‘de la Tour’. The family eventually left Brussels in 1702 to go and establish themselves in Frankfurt.
In August 2017, Tiberghien Antwerp has moved to a new location. The office is now situated at the Grotesteenweg,at the intersection with the Binnensingel and near Berchem exit. The office is also easily accessible by public transport.
Our offices in Ghent are situated in the MG Business Center in the revitalized Gent-Sint-Pieters railway station area. This spacious office has a panorama sight over Ghent and is situated a stone's throw away from the railway station, tram and bus stops and also has an underground parking lot.
The offices in Hasselt are located in Huis Vanstraelen. This house dates from 1908 and was built by the then solicitor of the King Clement Van Straelen. This spacious citizen house is characterised by Art Nouveau with Victor Horta as a great example.
This unique location is 5 km from the highway and is also easily accessible by public transport.
The new Luxembourg office is located in a Maison de Maître in the Belair area. This neighbourhood is just a stone’s throw away from the city centre and the district is ideally suited for working people looking to combine the excitement of the centre with the tranquillity of outlying neighbourhoods.
Boulevard Joseph II is located near the city's major arteries: the Longwy and Arlon Road, which will easily let you navigate in and out of the city. The neighbourhood is also served by various bus and tram lines.
We are also present in Zurich.