Discover the best vintage shops in Brussels for unique and retro finds. From clothing to furniture and accessories.. all in our Vintage shop guide!
Ever wondered what you can do in Brussels in one day? We’ve compiled a list of the must-see attractions in Brussels to make the most out of your visit!
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There are more than 150 museums and exhibition houses in Brussels! For all art lovers out there we created an ultimate Brussels museum guide!
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Find the best Vegan restaurants in Brussels! Brussels has a booming vegan and vegetarian food scene – Read more to explore them all!
Brussels is a city of surprises and constant change, and one of the best illustrations of this is MIMA – the Millennium Iconoclast Museum of Art
Few things are generally agreed upon in the Belgian country of controversy. But that Belgium is a land of beer and that the capital of Brussels is an exciting reflection of the domestic beer culture is not up for debate anywhere in the kingdom. With more than 500 kinds of beer – from the ‘Forbidden Fruit’ to the ‘Delirium Tremens’ – Belgium has preserved its medieval brewing traditions, which means that the joyous juices sometimes taste as sophisticated as wine and at other times are as sparkly as champagne.
Let’s not neglect the opportunity to explore the Art Nouveau architecture of Brussels, but the true aim of our visit to the city is to go in search of ‘the ninth art’: Brussels is the capitol of Franco-Belgian comics (or bandes dessinées in French). Here, the cultural significance of these visual narratives is frequently encountered when strolling about: in the many comic book shops that flourish on the city’s shopping streets, in museums such as the Belgian Comic Strip Center, which was opened in 1989 in a building designed by Victor Horta, as well as in the many sculptures and murals scattered around the city.