As the summer season begins, Brussels starts to move at a more relaxed pace. It’s a good time to explore the city’s cool side by visiting vinyl stores, picking up a guide to design venues, looking out for street art and joining a street parade that fits your mood.
You might be thinking that it’s time to start learning to cook like a local, rather than just getting an online delivery every time. Here are a few ideas on where to find the best ingredients and how to learn from the local experts.
It’s maybe still too early in the year for café terraces, but you can spend the month of March exploring the vibrant culture of Brussels, from indie films in a restored picture palace to Europe’s biggest design fair.
How to be a Brussels local: The February List - Eight things to do this month
It’s coming up to the most depressing day of the year (15 January), so you need to keep your spirits up. Fortunately, there are inspiring events happening in January that will take the edge off this gloomy period.
It’s coming up to the time of year when you might want to find an unusual gift to take back home. Here are some places to go for inspiring ideas along with a few hints on what locals like to do as the year comes to an end.The December List: Ten…
You maybe feel the cold weather is starting to bite in Brussels. But don’t start to despair if you are missing the sun. The dark days of November are the perfect time to start exploring warm indoor spots around town like natives do every year. The November List: Seven things…
You are settled in Brussels but now you want to know the city a bit better, so you can show off your favourite spots to your friends when they come to visit.