Useful links

Useful links

The official website for complete up-to-date information about Brussels’ cultural offerings.

Brussels is an online media source providing a thorough event and cultural agenda in Brussels. Through their different media outlets, BrusselsLife provides tourists and Brussels natives with the best places to go, events to attend, parties and cultural happenings, restaurants and much more: check out their trilingual website, sign up for the weekly newsletter or follow them on social media (Facebook, Twitter and many others) to get the very latest info about everything that is happening in the capital.


Yelp is the best way to find great (and less great) local businesses. People use Yelp to search for everything from the city's tastiest burger to the most renowned cardiologist.

Just like Yelp, Cityplug provides information about places, shops and services in Brussels. Reviews about a plethora of addresses such as restaurants, bars, services, to help you to discover Brussels.

Spotted by Locals

Experience cities like a local! Brussels city guide with always up-to-date & local insider tips!


Here you will find all the articles from the paper magazine AGENDA about Brussels’ cultural actuality, as well as extra, wee films, audio excerpts, exclusive online reports and a look back at adventures in the city, about films, music, theatre, dance, exhibitions, shops, restaurants, cafes...

Brussels’ Nightlife: Sortir à Bruxelles - Uitgaan in Brussel

The nightlife calendar of the alternative scene of Brussels


Get the latest news about contemporary art in Brussels! Keep up to date about exhibitions, gallery openings and more. Subscribe to the weekly NECA (New Exhibitions of Contemporary Art) newsletter on !

See You There

See you there is an independent blogzine seeking out the best of what Belgium has to offer, always on the lookout for new places, interesting people and things to do within the Belgian borders. They will keep you updated about what's going on, giving you first-hand insight into the country's buzzing art, music and nightlife scenes.


"KOMALIBXL is a personal blog about living in the city of Brussels. Here you can read articles and see pictures about exhibitions, museums, music events, restaurants, pubs and the best places for shopping. Besides useful information, you get to see a glimpse of the author’s personal life." /

I’m not on the Guest List

The alternative Brussels agenda, selected and written by Yelyam

Brussels By Night

A Facebook page that gives you, thanks to its very well-made daily calendar system, a complete overview of gigs and parties taking place in Brussels, so we won’t accept the excuse that you didn’t know where to go out.

Non Peut-être

Why 6 if you have 5? Choosing is losing and we don’t like to lose right? So 5 tips to sort out what you are looking for. Could be anything. It’s fun! Check it out.

Brussels Gardens

Looking for green places in Brussels? Well there you go with this handy free downloadable app!

The Bulletin

The Bulletin is an English-language web magazine published in Brussels, Belgium. Its readers include the large expatriate community of the European Union's capital.

Brussels Art Walks

Every Thursday and Saturday, Brussels Art Walk proposes different themes of tours guided by an art expert, art historian or art critic. These tours aim at introducing you to the making of contemporary art and to provide you with tools and information to contextualize art today from the perspective of art history. You would also have the chance to meet the artists and gallery owners. You will find out that Brussels is fun and has a lot of artistic activities to offer! ( )

Bruxelles ma Belle

Discover Brussels musically! This city hosts many artists! Famous and up-and-coming musicians visit the city before or/and after their gig. What the team of The Bruxelles Ma Belle aims to do is to catch and record them off the stage, on an unusual spot! Discover places in Brussels through artists and artists through places.

Shop in Brussels

The website, created by Atrium, includes 10.000 shops implanted on the territory of the Brussels Region. This new promotion tool for shopping is accessible free of charge, both for customers and shopkeepers. Shop in Brussels allows the Internet users, tourists or visitors to discover stores by subject, district, and name. The shopkeepers are classified among 170 categories and 11 themes.

Brussels Kitchen

Belgian blog for food hotspots. Restaurants, wine bars, tea rooms, markets, organic eateries, etc in Brussels. Gorgeous places for the eyes, amazing food for the taste, and new experiences just for pleasure. Culinary events & experiences. Charming hotels and rooms in Brussels.

Meet Up

Meetup is the world's largest network of self-organized clubs and community groups. We make it easy for anyone to organize their own local group, or find one of the thousands already meeting face-to-face to help its members better pursue hobbies, advance causes, network with peers, get health support, or just arrange a friendly playgroup for their kids. Here you can meet for example: Brussels Swimmers, Dancing Tango in Brussels, Brussels Beer Club, Yoga classes, Language Meetup and so on!

The Walk

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Cares Deeply

Cares Deeply offers you a qualitative selection of democratic festivities in and around Brussels.