Tourist Information Center
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USE-IT is tourist information for young people. The maps & guides of different Belgian cities are made by locals who know what's going on in the city and who give no-nonsense inside advice on where to eat, sleep & go out if you're not a millionaire.
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Place and collective that gather all infos about an original way to discover Brussels (and other city in Europe). Editor of original and pleasant maps created by locals for enthusiast tourists that want to discover Brussels "out of the touristic paths". Highly recommended
Nice place for young travellers. At this desk, people can explain to our guests every nice places to visit
Awesome tourist office for young travellers. They offer great advice and the best (free !) maps of the city. Located in the Ravenstein gallery at the central station.
We volunteer at USE-IT ourselves :) It's the perfect place to start discovering Belgium/Brussels. Free internet, free coffee, free maps. Nice people. What do you want more?
Find here you the best agenda of free/cheap art & music events to attend to during your stay.
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“Haut lieu de spectacles , théâtre, comédie musicale, concert etc. Mais aussi un parc de 3 hectares au coeur de Molenbeek.”
- Poleca 3 lokalnych gospodarzy
“That's one of the oldest cemeteries in Brussels! This is where a lot of historically important figures rest. There is a lot of beautiful sculptures, including the original of Rodin's Thinker!”
- Poleca 7 lokalnych gospodarzy
“It's the factory of the famous Belgian chocolatier! It has an outlet shop where you can find all you wish for at a fraction of the price. Also, you can taste, all-you-can-eat ;-)”
- Poleca 9 lokalnych gospodarzy
“• Matonge - Little Zaire / Little Africa As the capital of Europe, Brussels is naturally a melting pot of different cultures from all over the world. If you're into multiculturalism and also like to try something new from a culinary point of view, drop by in Klein Zaire. Officially called the Brussels trendy quarter Matonge and lies south-southwest of the quarter Europèen between the Parc du Cinquantenaire and the Parc du Bruxelle. The most prominent metro station is the Porte de Namur, where lines 2 and 6 stop. There are African specialties such as crocodile meat and national dishes from all corners of the continent. Arrange a rendez-vous at Saint-Boniface Church The beautiful square with the church all lit up in the evening and the buzzing restaurants around make for a great rendez-vous point. If you feel like a relaxed after-work drink, check out the neighborhood’s favorite L’Ultime Atome — a classic Belgian brasserie with an easy-going atmosphere and a clever name, which makes it all the more charming. Or you can grab dinner at one of the many restaurants offering everything from traditional Belgian to Asian cuisine. Go to Le Clan des Belges for a vintage feel and Belgian specialties, or get the best moules-frites at Au Vieux Bruxelles. You can indulge in Japanese specialties in Little Tokyo or Hana, burgers at Le Comptoir.”
- Poleca 4 lokalnych gospodarzy
“Just next door! A very special architectural style (Art Nouveau), unique decorations. Typical belgian dishes. Bar reasonably priced. Just drop in to have a look anyway, it's a must-see!”
- Poleca 7 lokalnych gospodarzy