Welcome to the City of Brussels website
Through its website, Brussels offers information and views of the City to visitors. In this way, a webcam allows you to discover the Brussels Grand-Place, a UNESCO world heritage site, during the day and at night. Another camera offers a unique view of the Place de Brouckère, whilst the last webcam, installed on the Atomium, offers a panoramic view of the Heysel plateau, with the Stade Roi Baudouin.
Virtual visits project visitors into emblematic Brussels landmarks such as the Town Hall, the Atomium, the Petite Rue des Bouchers in the Ilot Sacré, the European Commission buildings, the squares and galleries and the St. Michel and Gudule Cathedral.
Tourists and new arrivals
The tourist brochures or brochures regarding heritage and City history are presented on the site or can be downloaded or browsed through online (historical heritage).
The section for new arrivals aims to facilitate their installation in Brussels. This information may concern regulatory provisions (signing the population register) as well as services accessible to future or new Brussels residents (accommodation searches, crèches, schools, signing up for various services, etc.).
Activities on the Brussels agenda
Many activities take place in Brussels. The City website provides information on public, cultural, sporting or leisure activities and on large-scale events.
An agenda (with search engine) makes it possible to choose from among the broad offer of events and presentations.