Brussels is, as you all know, a welcoming city for a number of different nationalities and communities. However, the Brussels we know and love, shares its name with other cities! Let's discover Brussels life on the other side of the globe!
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…
10–12 Av. L. Mommaerts 1140
73 Rue de Laeken 1000
17 Place de la Chapelle 1000
13 Leuvensesteenweg 3080
4 Rue de la Longue Haie 1000
Discover the whole range of free activities for schools to explain its history and functioning in an engaging way at the European Parliament.
1 Chemin du Gymnase 1000
On the right path for a fine meal
In a subdued colonial atmosphere, Thierry Van Damme and Michel Grenier's new flagship brasserie now whets the appetite by focusing on the excellen...
The four long years under German occupation was bound to leave a mark. Commemorative plaques, street names, memorials - whether we realize it or not,...
Welcome to the heart of Europe! Do you know that you can visit the European institutions all year round and for free? We tell you more.
The Royal Greenhouses of Laeken will soon be open to the public. Brusselslife tells you more about this iconic landmark and the 2018 edition.
As the undeniable capital for Art Nouveau, Brussels isn't exclusively that. Art Deco has quite a few surprises in Brussels: villas, churches, hospital...
Internationally famous, the most popular little Brusseleer is part and parcel of Belgian history and patrimony. However, trying to get information abo...
Even if Brussels is never explicitly mentioned, the city still casts its shadow in the adventures of the “Le Petit Vingtième” reporter. Hergé loved Br...
Poissonnerie de France
All of Italian culture in a single place
Au Guidon Vert
86 Rue de Namur 1000
146 Drève Richelle 1410
A teaching of quality to have an impact on the world