Where to sleep?
Short Time Locations:
When you arrive and you haven’t found anything yet you can stay first of all spend some nights in following: Youth Hostels
Semi-Long Time Location:
- Brussels Destination
- Le foyer européen
- Logement intergénérationnel (French only)
Specifically for students:
Long Time Locations:
To find an apartment have a look at following websites :
These pages grew in a very spontaneous and organic way: basically it’s about people just posting on whether if they look for a flat, a house, a housemates, renters (it can be short or long time/ or it can be furniture as well)
For all kinds of practical expat information
- Expat Welcome Desk : www.commissioner.brussels/i-am-an-expat
The Expat Welcome Desk of the Brussels Commissioner for Europe and International Organisations provides administrative assistance to the international community in Brussels.
The Brussels Commissioner for Europe and International Organisations thus offers administrative assistance to expatriates and organizations that move to Brussels. This includes help in registering with the municipality, rental contracts, work permits, family reunification, visas, residence permits, questions about social security,...
- The Bulletin
- French connect for French expats
Youth or other organizations you might like to join or know more about
Selling or looking for stuff / services?
Repair / DIY (bikes and stuff)