Brussels is one of the most progressive and liberal cities in Europe, it is a leading gay city with a rich history, thriving nightlife, a French vibe and delicious cuisine.
Belgium is known for two things, and if you are not here for the beer, then you should head along to the Galeries Royales Saint-Hubert and try the chocolate.
Located on the Boulavard de Waterloo in the Louise district of Brussels, the equivalent of Chelsea or Knightsbridge, but without the pretentious feeling that often is associated with those parts of London, The Hotel Brussels, is an ideal base of operations to explore and soak up the city’s vibes.
Travel expert, Ray Si takes to the roads to check out Sam Smith in Belgium in a gay travel special. If music be the food of love, and travel broadens […]
Attacked from behind, brutalised and hospitalised for being gay Mr Gay Belgium, Jamie Deblieck, was attacked in a brutal homophobic attack in his hometown in Belgium. His attackers called him a […]
European countries have had the most openly gay and lesbian leaders, with five openly out being elected into power since 2009. To our knowledge, there have not been any openly […]
Brussels is still a modest yet highly spirited neighbouring city with an extremely active gay scene (more so than London). Attractive deals with Eurostar can take you from London to […]
Christmas is coming and with it comes the cold, snow, stressful last-minute-present-buying, and Christmas markets. You’ve probably seen some around your town or city, and if you’re in for travelling […]
Some of Brussels’ gay bars are open for business despite a citywide lockdown as the Belgian Government raises the terror threat to “Very Serious”. Some gay bars in the Belgian […]
The gay community is on edge after it has emerged that one of the Paris Terror fugitives, Salah Abdeslam was seen in a Brussels’ bar “flirting” with customers. Salah Abdeslam […]