Do you want to learn how to apply make-up like the pros do? Are you getting married soon and want help creating a romantic look for your big day? Would you just like to have a fun, girly day out? Look no farther than the Make Me Up Workshops at The Hotel in Brussels.
This entry is part 4 of 4 in the series Belgium in a Glass.Summer is around the corner and nothing pairs better with a Belgian summer than a refreshing Belgian beer. Blond ale is a great choice for the season and there are many options in Belgium. Today we get you started with a few you should try.
Today our correspondent, Gilbert, brings us his review of Open Kitchen, a new Brussels initiative combining food, art and meeting new people, in the city.
I’m always eager to explore a new part of Belgium and when it’s with a local guide, even better. So when a friend offered to show me around her town, Beersel, just outside of Brussels, I was keen to see what she had in store.
Our mission is to get expats and Belgians alike to discover as much of Belgium as possible, so when we were asked to explore a corner of Brussels with a local, we jumped at the chance. Despite the chilly weather, we spent an interesting afternoon learning all about Molenbeek courtesy of the Brussels Greeters.
The food truck craze is coming to Belgium and Jean Baptiste Nyssen is leading the way with Keep On Toasting, delicious gourmet grilled sandwiches.
We believe the best advice about a destination, comes from local people, not guidebooks. We also believe one of the keys to adjusting to expat life quickly is meeting new people. Now, you can do both, in a fun (and yummy) way, through Bookalokal.
New expat moms often ask me what activities are available for kids in Brussels, Belgium. Not being a parent myself, I was always at a loss for advice. So, I decided to ask the experts – the expat Moms themselves. They pulled through with some great advice we share, in their words, below. We’ve also compiled a list of blogs and resources for parents in Belgium, at the bottom of this post.