Westland Shopping (Blvd. Sylvain Dupuis 433 ,Anderlecht) – this shopping mall (located just west of Brussels) has 140 stores, ranging from H&M, to The Body Shop, Guess, Yves Rocher, Footlocker, Mexx, etc.
W Shopping (Blvd. de la Woluwe 70, Woluwe-Saint-Lambert) — this shopping mall (located just outside of Brussels) has 130 stores, ranging from Esprit to H&M, Zara, L’Occitane, MAC Cosmetics, Geox, etc.
The Factory (Sluierstraat 1, Aalst) – located 30 minutes west of Brussels (via Route E40), this is a trendy nightclub (capacity: 700 patrons) that plays Belgian Techno, Trance and House music. use.
Sounds Jazz Club (Rue de la Tulipe 28, Brussels) – Upon entering this club, one might think that he/she is in Chicago or New Orleans. In fact, you are actually in the Brussels district of Ixelles. There are good reasons why Sounds is the favorite meeting place for lovers of authentic jazz. Since 1986, when […]
Nostalgia Club (Rue de la Fourche 49, Brussels) — drumming itself up as one of the “only clubs in Brussels to offer music from the 60s, 70s, 80s, and 90s,” Club Nostalgia lets mature patrons (those above 30) relive wilder days while moving to their favorite grooves from the past. The varied decor, replete with […]
Music Village (Rue des Pierres 50, Brussels) – live concerts are held here every Thursday through Saturday evening, with the very best of Belgian and International Jazz Stars (usually starting around 8:30 pm). It offers a relaxed setting where you can dine and drink during the concerts.
Le Cercle (Rue Sainte Anne 20-22, Brussels) — One of the more relaxed and easy-going clubs in Belgium’s capital, Le Cercle caters to a slightly older and less extravagant crowd. The music is one of the main drawing points- featuring live groups frequently along with popular local DJs. The vibe of the club leans towards […]
Kant (Kraanplein 6, Brugge) – this is one of the few nightclubs in Brugge, since much of the nightlife evolves around beer pubs and bars. A mix of Trance, Techno and Electro-House music is played here.
Grand Café du Theatre (Kuipersstraat 14, Brugge) – this venue plays music from the 60s to the 90s, and serves a large selection of beers (along with snack foods during the early part of the evening).
Fuse (208 Rue Blaes, Brussels) — This is, with little contest, the premier techno club of Belgium, hosting many of the leading DJs from around the globe. After some experiments with drum ‘n bass, this big place near Gare du Midi (three levels, two dance floors, four bars, one chill-out room), has now dedicated its […]