In fact, this multicultural hub of the European Union has one of the continent's liveliest and friendliest LGBT scenes, easily explored thanks to its heavy concentration in the central Saint-Jacques area. Tels Quels Cafe in Center. Its rapidly growing Belgian Pride happening every May and attended by some 70, inmore than tripling in size in just three years is the main gay event of the year. See more Brussels Events. A word about words: Brussels Pride Mont des Arts - Kunstberg.
Chez Maman in Center.
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Culturally Brussels has much to offer, from its glorious Grand-Place to its excellent museums to its beautiful Art Nouveau facades to its clear fondness for comics. Le Belgica in Center. Chez Maman in Center. La Brasserie de Bruxelles Perfect and central Belgian authenticity. See all Brussels Restaurants. La Cantina Cubana Cuban a la Belgique.
See more Brussels Events. Simply put, Brussels is a gay travel natural. With its stellar gay rights record Belgium was the world's second country to introduce marriage equality in and local LGBT support services, Brussels is also among the globe's gay-friendliest cities. French is Brussels' most common language, but Dutch and German are also official tongues, and English is very widely understood and spoken as well. Gay culture booms in Europe's cosmopolitan capital. La Demence Fuse in Marolles.