Welcome to the youth page of VISITBRUSSELS ! Are you young or young at heart? Then here is where you’ll find useful information and nice addresses to plan better your citytrip to Brussels. Youth hostels, lovely bars, jam sessions, discounts on museum prices, night clubs, affordable restaurants, festivals, street art,… it all comes together in this section. You’ll need just a couple of days to realize that Brussels is a cosmopolitan, sparkling, creative, culinary interesting and enchanting city. But also young expats who reside here longer can find the exact info they need as we want to encourage them to get to know Brussels to the bone.
Enjoy the discovery!
Enjoy the discovery!
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Knowing which are the coolest venues in Brussels is not enough to experience its nightlife. Some venues are the "place to be' on some specific nights of the week, but not in other nights...
Planning to come to Brussels but not sure when? Maybe this festival calendar will inspire you!...
The Brussels Card offers you, during 24, 48 or 72h, free entry to over 30 museums, free use of public transports and exclusive offers...
In Brussels, vintage is shining ! Flea markets, vintage shops, and antique boutiques are overflowing with design and fashion treasures - everything can be recycled and transformed!
Looking for a nice and cheap stay in Brussels? We made a selection for you...
When it comes to a true sense of togetherness, Brussels is definitely the place to be. It has always been a welcoming and cosmopolitan city, open to the world and to its many visitors.
Brussels Airlines offers exchange students an all-in flight package at a fare of €199 all-in. This package includes a total of 52Kg luggage, a flexible return date and 20% discount for your friends and....
Where to have a drink in Flagey? There's the spots you know by heart, but then there's the places you barely have heard about!
Party like a local with the Brussels nightlife app! B2N offers the most complete overview of upcoming and ongoing parties, concerts and happy hours in town.
Street art has been gaining ground more or less everywhere for some years now. It first appeared as a political and anti-establishment protest in the streets of New York in the seventies.
Brussels is truly a city of music. There is always a jam session going on somewhere, and with the cost of a beverage, it comes for free. Often there is a host inviting their friends and in other cases it is a free-for-all and everyone toting an instrument will eventually end up on stage...
USE-IT (Tourist info for young people) welcomes young backpackers with free internet, free coffee and info about the best parties and expos.