Located at the crossroads of the major European capitals (London, Paris, Amsterdam Berlin), Brussels is one of the most gay friendly cities in Europe. With its myriad of neighbourhoods, each with its own unique atmosphere, the city is divided into two main parts: in the lower town, the Saint-Jacques area, centred round Rue du Marché au Charbon, is the heart of gay life in Brussels. Then, there's the Danseart area, the Grand Place, the Sablon and the Marolles. The upper town is home to the luxurious Avenue Louise as well as the Châtelain district, an absolute must for seekers of the dolce vita in Brussels. This guide lists the best "gay" hotspots in the capital as well as the essential tourist sites. With its many bars, restaurants, nightspots, shops, museums and events, Brussels is a welcoming place that invites you to party until dawn. True to the reputation of the capital, Brussels' gay scene is discrete, varied and warm, as illustrated by portraits of the city's inhabitants included in the Gay Friendly Brussels guide.
05 Jul 2012, 05:07 Last Updated: 17 Jul 2017, 13:07
The Brussels Gay friendly gather your addresses and tips in Brussels. Let yourself be guided by the hand, the eye and the hart. Brussels and its thousand faces welcomes you with open arms for an unforgettable moment, full of rich memories you won't resist coming back.