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Check out the archeological finds at the giant dig that used to be Parking 58 or the spectacular renovation project underway at the former goods depot at Tour & Taxis during Journée Chantiers O
First the bad news: There will be no Brussels Beach in 2019. Now the good news: It’s being replaced by Hello Summer, a nomadic festival that will hit four spots in the capital.
The Brussels-Capital Region has earmarked €2 million for improvements to roads in the run-up to the Tour de France.
The Passa Porta Festival is so rich with interesting people and heady discussions, it can be hard to wait the two years it takes for it to come round again.
Belgium’s stable housing market doesn’t lend itself to a quick profit, so here’s what to bear in mind before you step on to the property ladder.
Buoyed by the success of the first edition, the second – probably annual – Freelance Business Day takes place on 29 March in Brussels.
Artistic, interactive and playful light installations are all the rage, though they’re usually a holiday-related thing.
Arguably the capital’s most popular participatory event, Car-Free Sunday sees traffic banned across the Brussels-Capital Region.
Ahead of the Bulletin debate Brussels Moves! on Thursday 26 April, we'd like to hear your views on how to make our city a better place.