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visit.brussels

visit.brussels promotes the Brussels-Capital Region to tourists and event organisers.
visit.brussels promotes the Brussels-Capital Region to tourists and event organisers, providing a whole range of practical services.

Brussels welcomes you with open arms

visit.brussels promotes the Brussels-Capital Region, including the City of Brussels, the 19 communes of the Brussels-Capital Region, the communities and the community commissions. The website of visit.brussels has comprehensive information for everyone planning to visit the capital:
 

  • tourist information covering museums, attractions, restaurants, shopping and nightlife;
  • duides, walks and maps for Brussels and its main attractions;
  • a search engine to help you book accommodation in Brussels;
  • an events calendar and special pages dedicated to events;
  • information for specific groups (young people, those with reduced mobility, the LGBT scene, families with children);
  • the Brussels Card offering reduced admission to museums and public transport;
  • booking of visits with an official guide.

visit.brussels runs three tourist information centres for the general public (Brussels Info Place, Grand-Place and Brussels-Midi station) and one for EU staff (European Parliament).

visit.brussels large events office also organises such events as Bruxelles-les-Bains, Plaisirs d'Hiver, Fête de l'Iris and the Brussels Summer Festival.

Brussels for organisers

visit.brussels is tasked with promoting the Brussels-Capital Region as a host city for conferences and events. MICE (meetings, incentives, conferences, events) organisers are welcome to use the services of visit.brussels:
 

  • assistance finding an event venue and accommodation options;
  • tourist activities and information for events in the Brussels-Capital Region;
  • presentation and promotion of events, shows and fairs in the Brussels-Capital Region;
  • assistance to the travel agents for group visits to Brussels;
  • contacts with the press and presence at events, shows and fairs to promote Brussels;
  • promotional activities to encourage businesses to meet or do business in Brussels or to shoot their films in Brussels;
  • market research and participation in the Brussels Observatoire du Tourisme.

Contact

visit.brussels
Brussels Info Place (BIP)
Rue Royale 2-4, 1000 Brussels
Phone: +32 (0)2 513 89 40
Online: https://visit.brussels

Legal basis

visit.brussels was the result of a merger of two NPOs in early 2001: TIB (Tourisme Information Bruxelles) and Bruxelles Congrès. The BITC is managed by the Brussels-Capital Region, the French and Flemish Communities and the communes of the Brussels-Capital Region, which together are the competent authorities for Brussels tourism policy.

Info updated on 2 November 2020