We are in city of Brussels, is the largest municipality and historical centre of the Brussels-Capital Region, as well as the capital of Belgium.
The film opens with a woman, who comes out of a white house with blue shutters and roof, waiting to get into a Honda Civic which comes from the garage. We see footage of the road from the car as well as the area. Afterwards, the woman passes in front of the Royal Palace which is an impressive example of neoclassical architecture and has a view at the Brussels Park.
The filmmaker shows us the city with cars, buses and trams of that era as well as a part of Royale Square with the bronze statue of Godfrey De Bouillon while in the background is the Palace of Justice of Brussels.
The view changes with a short shot of one of the gardens of the Parc du Cinquantenaire and the woman visiting the museum with Dürer's art, as it is written on the sign. The lens stands briefly on the portrait of Albrecht Dürer, a German painter, printmaker and theorist of the German Renaissance.
The film closes with footage of the moving car with views of -probably- the Bois de la Cambre/Ter Kamerenbos park and the Ixelles Ponds.