Brussels, the capital of Belgium doesn’t belong to the world famous fashion cities. But as a capital of a country it is expected that all shopping addicts might find what they are looking for: boutiques, department stores, and also shopping malls with as many shops as possible under one roof. The main shopping district is located in the city center. Venere has found the best for you:
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Shopping mall City 2, with its 51,000 m2, is the largest shopping center in Belgium. It is situated close to the Grand Place of Brussels and thanks to the metro station it is easily accessible. For people coming by car there are 420 parking places directly in the City 2. On four floors you can shop in 104 brand shops like Camaieu, C&A, or Pimkie. City 2 is an attractive shopping mall open for more than 30 years: it was opened in 1978.
Address: rue Neuve 123, 1000 Brussels, Belgium
In Westland you can enjoy shopping in 140 shops. Zara, New Look, or Naf Naf are just a few of them. You can buy not only clothes here but there are also many shoes shops (Foot Locker), cosmetics shops (L’Occitane), or underwear (Triumph). Parking inhouse has 1,850 places is free for Westland visitors.
Address: Sylvain Dupuislaan 321, 1070 Anderlecht (Brussels), Belgium
Basilix Shopping Center is already 25 years old. Yearly, 3.2 million visitors come to this shopping mall to shop in one of 65 shops. You will find not only clothing and shoes shops but also the famous multimedia shop Media Market. Basilix also organizes many events and special promotions. No matter what the weather outside, you will never be bored inside of this shopping mall.
Address: Avenue Charles Quint 420, 1082 Brussels, Belgium
Anspach shopping centre is inviting its visitors to live, shop, and have fun. This is easy as there are not only many shopping possibilities but also a casino, concert hall, restaurant, hotel, and luxury housing. And that is on 31.000 m2. Anspach houses a shopping street covered by a glass roof. This street has been inspired by galleries created in Europe in early 19th century. The project consisted of the conservation of the facades of existing buildings and blending them harmoniously with the modern urban architecture.
Address: 11 I, Boulevard Anspach, 1000 Brussels, Belgium
Hotel Van Belle
Average Price: € 47
Guest Rating: 7.2
Thon Hotel Brussels City Centre
Average Price: € 59
Guest Rating: 7.6
Park Inn Hotel Brussels Midi
Average Price: € 89
Guest Rating: 7