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Brussels by night

You might think that Brussels these days is a highly political city, but there is also no shortage of entertainment and free time options in Brussels. You can try the Belgian and Brussels beers in a typical café or staminee like they call them. But Brussels also has a large selection of international bars and exclusive clubs.

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The favorite pastime of the Belgian is to go for a beer with friends in the café around the corner. If the weather is good, this will be 'doing a terrace'. So you will have no trouble finding a cafe in Brussels. Every cafe has its own style and atmosphere. The choice is yours and the beer choice is huge.

If you want to take a few dance steps afterward, Brussels has more than enough discotheques with different types of music and the hippest DJs. Do you know how to appreciate live music? Then you can go to one of the clubs where concerts are regularly scheduled. Techno fans will find what they are looking for in the Fuse, Zodiak and C12, hip-hop lovers will find like-minded people in the Bloody Louis.

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Brussels also has the most vibrant gay and lesbian nightlife in Belgium, with a wide selection ranging from chat cafés to famously infamous discos that attract buses from neighboring countries. Most gay bars are located around the historical Kolenmarkt square behind the impressive town hall. Brussels guarantees unforgettable nights: come and enjoy the atmosphere, the music, and the enormous variety of Brussels nightlife!

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