Are you looking for entertainment in Brussels? Between the exhibitions and the street art, you have only one desire, that is to enjoy as many of these cultural and tourist attractions while saving time.
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Who has never heard of Cirque Royal, La Madeleine, Bozar, Botanique, Ancienne Belgique and Forest National? These mythical venues are part of the city's artistic landscape, do not miss the concert or the performance of your favourite actor or singer. Scattered throughout the Brussels region, just like full of talents form the Belgian capital (Jean-Claude Van Damme, Philippe Geluck, Damso, Angèle, Lous and the Yakuza and many others) who exported Belgium to the abroad, you will get your teeth into a local and very varied cultural offer (Mediterranean Cinema Festival in Brussels, Peliculatina Festival, Massimadi Festival, Made In Asia Festival, etc.) just like the diversity of Brussels.
Celebration: Concerts and festivals
The nightlife was in full swing with renowned nightclubs, for example, the Fuse, the Bloody Louis and the Dyoukes. Daft Punk, Travis Scott, Drake, MHD are music superstars who set foot on these Brussels stages in showcase. From 10 p.m. to 6 a.m. on weekends, you will always find something to celebrate until dawn. In summer or all year long, Brussels has nothing to envy Coachella in Indio (in California, United States), the Galeria de Arte Urbana in Lisbon (in Portugal) and the Carnival of Cultures in Berlin (in Germany). It is full of small and large events as entertaining as each other, including the Brussels Summer Festival, the Brussels International Film Festival, the Hopla, the Museum Night Fever, the Parcours Street Art and the Couleur Café.
Brussels, the dynamic city
Not far from Paris and Amsterdam, Brussels is both a tourist hub and a cultural showcase for the bon vivant. Thanks to us, you can explore Brussels culture and its nooks and crannies, such as popular, bohemian chic or way out of the center areas, which will allow you to be close to the local population. Modern museums, exhibitions, concerts, shows, nightlife, festivals... take advantage of these free or paid festivities in Europe's most cosmopolitan city. Known for its comics, get lost in the narrow streets of the Belgian capital to enjoy an open-air museum with numerous frescos. As for example in the Marolles in the city center, on the Boondael dyke in Ixelles and in Laeken. From street art to contemporary art, we analyze for you the popular events well-known or lesser-known to discover artistic gems and the upcoming talents.