Brussels & Me

Brussels is a challenging city which you can explore endlessly, but you have to take some time to discover its true face. The best way to make Brussels yours is to throw yourself into it. 

On this page you find some organisations and tips to get going. Also, don't forget to check our cultural portal.


Br(ik is your guide through Brussels Student City. It makes discovering Brussels fun in many ways: pub planBr(ikBike (biking in Brussels), Br(iklist (things to do) and Brussel Brost (the free Brussels student festival).


Agenda blog

Agenda blog is the website related to the Agenda Magazine, which collects the whole (cultural) event calendar in Brussels and can be found for free every Wednesday evening in several displays in Brussels, also on VUB.


The Bulletin »

The website is an interactive website containing specific information for expats and the major Brussels news items in English: 'The Bulletin'.



Muntpunt is the Brussels information centre of the Flemish Community at the La Monnaie Square. You can go there to get information about life in the city, events, leisure and culture and Dutch-speaking Community services. The community Brussel '1000 lives. 1 city' lets you taste Brussels by means of video posts.


Use-it » 

Use-itis a young organisation with a fresh approach on tourism no-nonsense, not commercial and made by locals. You can visit Use-it at Ravenstein Gallerij. They are well-known for their city maps you can download on their website.



Brussels Information Place

 Or in short BIP is the information centre of Brussels Capital Region at Place RoyalVisit Brussels is a helpful website focusing on the international audience in Brussels.