Porte de Hal
For centuries Brussels was surrounded by a grand 8km fortress wall. It was partly demolished in the 1790s, then removed altogether on...
Josephine Baker Mural
In one of the most distinctive Marolles murals, slinky chanteuse Josephine, with a leopard on a lead, shakes hands with a rotund monk....
This Hergé character uses the terrace end brilliantly for a little spying.
La Démence, held at Fuse, is a hugely popular gay rave that attracts men from all over Europe and beyond. It’s only on once a month;...
Beer-based twists on typical Belgian meals served in a delightful if slightly cramped restaurant. The walls are plastered with bottles,...
Rue Blaes 208 · interesting places nearby
The Marolles club that ‘invented’ European techno still crams up to 2000 people onto its two dance floors. Once a month it also hosts epic gay night La Démence .