BARS H The scene here is like the city itself: discreet, varied, welcoming. And the whole region is cosmopolitan, free-thinking, tolerant, multilingual and likes to party. Brussels means surrealism, museums and exhibitions, all kinds of culture and colourful events. From Sablon, rue Blaes and rue Haute lead to the old working-class Marolles for bargain-hunting at the morning flea market or just looking around. Behind it, close to our beloved la Cambre woods, quartier Brugmann is home to expats and posh but desirable places to go.
Budapest - Hungary - Europe - Spartacus Gay Sauna Guide
W ith such a diverse population about one-third is from abroad , you can expect a vibrant cosmopolitan gay scene in Brussels. Belgium is very open to homosexuality, with gay marriage made legal in and gay adoption in Happy hours and fun nights await you at this bar hosting karaoke nights and drag shows. Other theme nights include stand-up comedy.
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