Best Places to Party in Brussels

Best Places to Party in Brussels

Best Places to Party in Brussels

The neighboring superstars- Paris and Amsterdam steal a lot of limelight from the overshadowed Brussels, but true wanderlusts know how great a place it is! Located almost in the heart of Europe, this Belgian city is a magnet for first-rate musicians and budding artists.

Nightlife in Brussels was, for most part, dominated by Irish pubs and bars, with nightclubs mushrooming recently. So try these top 3 places to party in Brussels while traveling through Belgium:

1. Manneken Pis

‘Little Man Pee is a legendary bronze statuette, one of the many fountains in Brussels. During festivities, this naked little boy peeing in the fountain is dressed in vibrant attires. Located in the heart of Brussels near the Town Hall, Manneken Pis is close to the Central Station. Popular attractions in Brussels are nearby too such as Grand Place, La Bourse besides many Belgian Chocolates and Waffles selling shops. Celtica is an extremely popular bar among backpackers and students. The Big Game Brussels, a not-so-old Sports Bar serves you the longest Happy Hours in its 2 storey building powered by a beautiful terrace. Les Brasseurs de la Grand Place is another centrally located brewery serving excellent Belgian Beers. Manneken Pis makes for a great place to party in Brussels.

2. Place de St. Gery

The Place Saint Grey is an old, historic square that has a superb nightlife experience in Brussels. Hardly a 5-minute walk from La Bourse, the piazza serves s an ideal place to relax, meet your friends over lunch on a terrace, watch posers kissing in the air while seeing the sun set. Then after dark, it turns the volume and heat on for night owls seeking some debauchery and hedonism. Joints like Mapa Mundi, Zebra, Le Roi des Belge to name a few, are great places to grab a beer and engage in small talk with locals and tourists.

3. Marolles

To the south of Brussels City Centre is this beautiful, ancient district of Marolles. Despite being a working class area, Marolles boasts a quirky bohemian vibe, thanks to the Marolles Market. There is a Roman Catholic Church here, with the district’s main highlight being the main square Place du Jeu du Balle. It serves many passionate antique collectors and art buffs, and becomes home to nightlife hunters at late hours. La Fuse, the most popular nightclub of Brussels rests in Marolles. La Brocante is another generously spaced traditional bar of Brussels. For hipsters and artsies, there is Chaff!

Brussels is as valuable to the quiet drinkers and Irish pub fans as to the loud party seekers. The city is highly affordable, compared to its neighbors, albeit there is no compromise in the quality of life here.

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