You can have a truly exotic experience without wasting 12h in the plane! Follow this guide! We have good ideas for you to feel like you’re on a vacation without actually leaving the city. Tai Chi, calligraphy, tea ceremony, Chinese markets…
There's no longer any doubt about it, the holiday period is over. The Magi have reached the manger, and the coloured lights have stopped making your home look like a bawdy house: so it's high time to get rid of your Christmas tree.
5 Rue Henri Maus 1000
The bar to go in center where sport, music and low prices meet
43 Chaussée de Charleroi 1060
The Ali Baba’s cave for all alcohol drinks lovers
Buying property is a major event, and therefore brings with it heaumier obligations.
14-16 Avenue G. Demey 1160
The oldest librairie of Brussels for history lovers
Originally founded in 1924, UOPC is the oldest bookshop in Brussels and has served as both a cultural hub and a venue for various types of friendly, s...
Celebrate Epiphany with this special tradition. On January 6th, there’s the first excuse of the year to buy something sweet: the infamous king’s cake!...
Enough of spending all your Saturday night's at the cinema? Looking for new activities to amuse your children? Be trendy and play bowling. For you, B...
Calm backaches or anxiety by touching your toes? That is what reflexology claims based on the principle that in the foot is a miniature representation...
The Belgian chip shops offer a wide choice of sauces, here is a list of the most famous recipes in Brussels. Do not hesitate to taste them!
The historical centre of trading in Brussels, the rue Haute/rue Blaes area contains some three hundred shops, many open on Sundays. You can find every...
You are invited to explore the House of European History’s second temporary exhibition - “Restless Youth” which runs until the end of February 2020.
A privatized little paradise for an unforgettable wellness break.
Entrée des Artistes (L')
13 Rue des Bouchers 1000
Authentic Belgian food in a chic historic setting!
37 Grand-Place 1000
Chocolates, homemade pastries and tea room on the Grand-Place