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Press and magazines

Press and magazines - Best things in Brussels are free
Many newspapers and magazines are available free of charge in the Capital.

There you can find general information about what’s happening in your region and in your neighbourhood. A handy tool for sniffing out conferences, concerts, cutural or sporting events, etc. for free.

BRUZZ

Bruzz magazine is distributed in the city every Wednesday and Thursday.
Online: www.bruzz.be

Kidsgazette

Free quarterly cultural calendar of activities for families and children up to 12 years of age in the Brussels-Capital Region.

Online: www.kidsgazette.be

Brussels for All

New edition of Brussels for All, the free tourist guide for people with reduced mobility.

Online: www.brusselsforall.be

Brussels Map

The only free tourist map of Brussels made by the people who live here, with insider recommandations and tips.
Available from USE-IT.

Online: www.use-it.be/brussels

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Metro

Newspaper distributed in stations and undergounds, From Monday to Friday.

Online: www.metrotime.be (FR/NL)

7 Dimanche

French-speaking newspaper distributed in bakeries, supermarkets, petrol stations, etc., open on Sunday.

Online: www.7dimanche.be (FR)

De Zondag

Dutch-speaking newspaper, distributed on Sunday at your local baker's.

Online: www.dezondag.be (NL)

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