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In Brussels, you will find plenty of large shopping centres, malls, stores, local markets, small boutiques and amazing chocolatiers to satisfy the shopaholic in you after rigorous sightseeing tours.
Being the capital city of Belgium, it is the essence of the country's retail industry with a huge variety on offer in antiques, tapestries, lace, Christmas markets, fashion boutiques, Swarovski crystals, etc.
Whether you choose to shop in Upper Town or Lower Town (or both!), the number of stores available to visitors and locals does not cease to amaze and entice.
The Rue Neuve is a popular shopping street in Brussels and is visited by many shoppers regularly. It is also the second most renowned shopping area in the country. This place houses shops which sell all the major high-end brands like Zara, Primark and Bershka. The street is always overflowing with shoppers and was pedestrianized in 1975.
Address: 2d, rue Ravenstein - 1000 Brussels, Belgium.
Tel.: +32 2 511 1602
The Westland Shopping is one of the most important shopping centres in the city of Brussels. With over hundred shops that sell everything from fashion to groceries, this has quickly become one of the most popular shopping destinations in the city. For the entertainment and convenience of the people, they also organize various interesting events and activities.
Address: Boulevard Sylvain Dupuis, 433, 1070 Brussels, Belgium.
Tel.: +32 2 524 0014
This is a must-visit place for all the fans of Tin Tin and comics. You will find a range of comic book merchandise like Tintin books, figures, CDs, stationery, cards, t-shirts, mugs, dolls, etc. It is a favourite place for the kids and youngsters.
Address: Rue Du MIDI 108, 1000 Brussels, Belgium.
Tel.: +32 2 255 0120
Situated at Rue Ravenstein, the Laurent Gerbaud is a bright and lively chocolate shop which sells chocolates and confectionaries made from highest quality cocoa beans. You can try them all at the shop and also watch the sweets being made in the workshop. The chocolates and drinks that you get here are truly sublime and every visitor must try them at least once.
Address: 2D, Rue Ravenstein, 1000 Brussels, Belgium
Tel.: +32 2 511 1602
City2 is one of the largest shopping centres in Belgium situated in the heart of the city of Brussels. The mall boasts of a range of brands like ESPRIT, FOSSIL, H&M, Mothercare, Orange, Azra, etc. along with many restaurants and services. The mall also hosts regular events and promotional activities for the entertainment of the visitors.
Address: Rue Neuve 123, 1000 Brussels, Belgium.
Tel.: 0800 33 800
The Anspach mall in Brussels gives you an extraordinary shopping experience. The mall has an impressive architecture and its glass ceiling gives it a majestic look. It houses international brand shops like Crocs, H&M and VENIZI along with a variety of boutiques and service stores. Here you will also find many accommodation options to choose from.
Address: Boulevard Anspach 24, 1000 Brussels, Belgium.
Located next to the Grand-Place, Les Galeries Royales Saint-Hubert is a fashionable shopping area in Brussels. The place is divided into two main sections and houses a number of luxury boutique shops, restaurants, cinema and a theatre also. It is a charming place that is frequented by the visitors for entertainment as well as shopping.
Address: 5 Galerie du Roi, 1000 Brussels, Belgium.
Tel.: +32 2 545 0990
The chic Woluwe Shopping Center in Brussels is a swanky mall that offers everything from latest clothes, shoes, accessories to household items. The mall lies on the Woluwe-Saint-Lambert and is at a walking distance of the Roodebeek metro station. The shopping center also features a number of restaurants, cafes and eateries to satisfy your taste buds.
Address: Rue St Lambert 200, 1200 Brussels, Belgium.
Tel.: +32 2 771 2045
The Docks Bruxsel is situated at Boulevard Lambermont and is a comparatively latest addition to the city’s shopping arena. This place has about 110 stores, 8- screen cinemas and other adventure sports activities, cultural activities to keep the visitors happily engaged. They also organize various events and promotional activities regularly.
Address: Boulevard Lambermont 1, 1000 Brussels, Belgium.
Tel.: +32 2 218 0000
The De Biertempel stays true to its name and is a literal temple for all the beers that are stored there. You will find a wide range in the beers including the famous Belgian varieties that are famous around the world at reasonable prices.
Address: Grasmarkt 56b, 1000 Brussel, Belgium.
Tel.: +32 2 502 1906
The Passage du Nord is one of the oldest shopping arcades in Brussels and is a delightful street flanked by beautiful caryatids and many other statues. The building dates back to the nineteenth century and was designed by the architect Henri Rieck. You can enjoy shopping at the multitude of shops like luxury goods shops, jewellery shops, shoe shops, etc.
Address: Passage du Nord 40, Rue Neuve, 1000 Brussel, Belgium.
Tel.: +32 2 218 5068
Planete Chocolat is a place where you will find chocolates and sweets of all kinds and even learn to how to make them. Situated near the Grand-Place and the Manneken-Pis statue it is a heaven for all the dessert lovers. Here you will get chocolates in a variety of innovative shapes and designs that you may not even have dreamt of.
Address: rue du Lombard, 24, Lower Town, 1000 Brussels, Belgium
Tel.: +32 2 5110755