Brussels - A great night spot for the community and the capital of U.E
2 June 2022, 14:24:12
One of the most incredible things about visiting Brussels is that everyone is welcome. The peaceful and welcoming city has made it very inviting for any kind of traveller. This is perfect for those gay explorers who are looking to enjoy a gay vacation without judging eyes. You can walk down the street holding your partner’s hand, kiss them in public, and be as normal as possible without tip-toeing around society. Brussels is the second country in the world to legalize same-sex marriage and has been fighting for LGBTQIA+ rights for decades. This puts it on the map as one of the top gay destinations in the world.
When you’re visiting Brussels, you can have it all. Whether you’re looking to party all night, explore a new and diverse culture, or you just want to go on a sight-seeing journey, Brussels is perfect for all types of gay travellers. When it comes to checking out the world-famous landmarks, be sure to visit the Grand Palace, Manneken Pis, or the Atomium. If you want to experience more of the historical and luxurious side of Brussels, you can check out the Royal Palace of Brussels, Parc du Cinquantenaire, the Royal Museums of Fine Arts, and the Musical Instruments Museum.
In Brussels, there is a district that is labelled as a gay neighbourhood because of the abundance of gay bars and clubs. They are decorated with rainbow flags and people who are proud to be who they are. Rue Marche au Charbon is THE place to be when you’re looking for a lovely, gay time. It is the center of the LGBTQIA+ community in Brussels. There is an assortment of gay bars, clubs, and saunas that you can visit during your time in Rue Marche au Charbon.
There really is nothing to worry about when you visit Brussels. If you’re traveling alone, with a partner, or a group of friends, Brussels will keep on surprising you with its tolerant atmosphere, inviting embraces, and colourful lifestyles.
You will always find a warm moment to enjoy in Brussels.
Thanks Sami A.F. for pictures, and sharing your experience.