Events, culture, sport & leisure

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The City of Brussels proposes a wide variety of cultural, sports and leisure activities.

Circuits of guided tours and walks allow to discover the City.

The City of Brussels counts numerous museums on its territory among which its own museums. Cultural places are also worth a visit, for their history or architecture and for the activities which are organized there.

The practice of sports activities is also encouraged.

In summer and winter, important events of historic, folkloristic and cultural value and lots of leisure activities attract a big variety of people.

All the events that are organized or supported by the City of Brussels can be found in the agenda:




  • Pedestrian zone expands, all activities

    Pedestrian zone expands, all activities

    From 1 July to 27 September 2015, a lot of free events are organized at the Boulevard Anspach (between the Stock Exchange and the Place De Brouckère) to celebrate the expansion of the pedestrian zone in the Pentagon of Brussels. The full schedule is available here.

  • Call for project proposals. Realization of a street art painting

    Call for project proposals. Realization of a street art painting

    The City of Brussels is looking for a project for the realization of a street art painting on eleven concrete blocks against the facade of the building of the Riches-Claires cultural centre and library.

  • Webcam at Brussels Beach

    Webcam at Brussels Beach

    A webcam is on the site of Brussels Beach from 3 July to 9 August 2015. Visitors can also make use of a free wifi connection (Bru-Wifi).

  • Rummage sale and flea market in Brussels

    Rummage sale and flea market in Brussels

    During Spring, Summer and Autumn some rummage sales and flea markets take place on the territory of the City of Brussels. These fairs and markets with second-hand goods in the center and Laeken offer lots of bargains.