Visit.brussels has stacks of city-specific information as well as handy fold-out guides (independently researched) to the best shops, restaurants and pubs in town. The Rue Royale office is much less crowded than the…
Meeting place for young travellers, with free coffee and tea and a list of live-music events written up by the door. It does a free alternative city tour at 2pm on Monday, with an emphasis on social history and nigh…
You can download the ever-expanding brochure, which has masses of detail on the accessibility of attractions and accommodation in Flanders and Brussels with a graded rating system.
A safe haven for French- and Dutch-speaking LGBTQI people, providing information, education and a social space.
Official Brussels-region tourist office. Hotel bookings and lots of information.
LGBT organisation providing counselling, training, workshops and a film club.
Central hospital offering emergency assistance.
Flanders information. Free wi-fi.
Information desk at Gare du Midi.