We asked our own Brussels bloggers about their favorite independent Brussels blogs & websites. Here’s a list of their tips in alphabetical order!
When looking for a fun night on the town or a cozy restaurant for lunch, Brussels’ Kitchen provides readers with the best food and drink places within the city, as according to the bloggers! The blog combines amazing cuisine with the interior of a restaurant through fun and informative articles about these bloggers’ personal selections. They update regularly with new and classic places to go eat, drink and be merry.
Everything Brussels is a blog by Sophie and Bart, who passionately share all their tips and favorite spots in Brussels. While originally from Flanders, they quickly fell in love with the vibrant capital and started writing about their new hometown. From city guides to day trip tips from Brussels and many other travel experiences, there is something for everyone. You’re guaranteed to experience the city as local as possible.
I’m Not on the Guestlist
I’m Not on the Guest List is a bit like a personal weekly agenda. Yamina makes a selection of the events that spark her interest and writes about them in a bit of an unconventional and very refreshing way. You’ll have to take a look at her site to see what we mean. The events are mainly independent initiatives, making them alternative in a very good way.
My Secret Brussels
If you’re looking for a blog that has a little bit of everything when it comes to Brussels, then My Secret Brussels is definitely a blog you should check out. The blog has everything from food and drinks, to lifestyle and culture, providing readers and followers with ‘secret’ places within Brussels.
On Food & Wine
On Food & Wine is a fun and lively foodie and travel tip blog on Brussels that provides quality articles about places to see and where to eat in Brussels. Originally meant to be a cooking blog, it is now a foodie blog run by a couple who lives in Brussels. They have a great love for food, the foodie scene in Brussels, and the social aspect of the said scene within the city. The content has a refreshing array of restaurant and social articles about the city – including a small guide on where the best places to eat are located!
See You There
If you’re traveling to Belgium and not just want to see Brussels, go have a look on See You There. Their main focus lies on Brussels but they don’t stop there. Something cool happening in Antwerp? You’ll find it on the site. See You There is all about the artsy events – so if that’s your thing, perfect! They offer a weekly agenda with a chronological overview per day of which events are happening where. Perfect tool to plan your trip.
S Marks The Spots
S Marks The Spots by Sandy is a lifestyle and travel blog that explores many different topics revolving the city of Brussels. Not only will you get advice on where to eat and shop and exclusive insider tips on hidden gems in Brussels, but you will also gain insights on Sandy’s own travel experiences, cool recipes, and much more!
Interested in good food, music, and travel? Anita from The Brusselsprouts provides you with all the info you’ll need. She not only blogs about her best spots in town to have a nice meal, but also gives you an overview of the events that are happening in and around Brussels. Other than that she interviews cool bands and makes mini guides of the places she travels to. A great all-in-one blog that definitely deserves some attention.
WeLoveBrussels is a blog focussed on promoting the city bottom-up. They want to focus on the people in the city and make (potential) visitors fall in love with the way of life in the Belgian Capital. They are a fusion of a modern online micro magazine and a highly engaged, passionate community. Their motto is that cities are made of people, and it’s the people that make it beautiful.
Did we miss any great Brussels blogs? Please let us know at firstname.lastname@example.org!