Fondation Jacques Brel
Chansonnier Jacques Brel (1929–78) made his debut in 1952 at a cabaret in his native Belgium, and shot to fame in Paris, where he was a...
Musée du Costume et de la Dentelle
Lace-making has been one of Flanders’ finest crafts since the 16th century. While kloskant (bobbin lace) originated in Bruges,...
Done out in outrageous kitsch (lots of velour) by Miguel Cancio Martins of Buddha Bar, Paris fame, this club inside the Royal Windsor...
Hidden on a quiet backstreet, Al Barmarki has long been considered one of Brussels' best Middle Eastern eateries. And now, after more...
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Lonely Planet review
Somewhat mainstream, but in a sterling location just off the Grand Place, this vast club has a labyrinth of dance floors and chill-out rooms, and gay tea dances on Sundays.