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- Promoting tourism, culture and events in the Brussels-Capital Region;

- Creating experiences that capitalise on Brussels' many assets;

- Providing a quality welcome to visitors, whether they are leisure travellers, business tourists or international associations.

On you'll find

- All Brussels’ must-see sites

- The most complete calendar of exhibitions, concerts and other cultural events in Brussels

- Last-minute ticket offers

- Tips, addresses and routes in the city’s districts

- Everything about nightlife, shopping and jazz in the capital

- An overview of restaurants, local specialities, breweries, cafés and bars

- A wide range of accommodation options

- All guided tours and information about the Brussels greeters

- The Brussels Card, the key to discovering Brussels

- Everything about Europe

- All the practical information you need to get to and around Brussels

- Everything about the exhibition

- The LGBTQI+ guide to the capital is also here to help you find the ideal venue for your event. We’ll help you organise everything with ease and enjoy the many assets and fascinating facets of Europe's capital.

- We’ll guide you in the selection of the venue, accommodation and additional services.

- We’ll answer all your questions about the organisation of your event.

- On our website you’ll also find useful documents, a sales guide, a press room and all information on film shoots in Brussels.


2-4 Rue Royale/Koningsstraat, 1000 Brussels

+32 (0) 2 513 89 40 |

Legal basis was the result of a merger of two NPOs in early 2001: TIB (Tourisme Information Bruxelles) and Bruxelles Congrès. The BITC is managed by the Brussels-Capital Region, the French and Flemish Communities and the communes of the Brussels-Capital Region, which together are the competent authorities for Brussels tourism policy.

Info updated on 19 August 2022

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