Edited by Matthew Wears
Travelling to Brussels alone has to be one of the most exciting things to do as a traveler, I think. This city has so many different cultures and languages, so you’ll always feel totally at home, no matter where you’re from. As an Italian who has lived in Brussels for ten years, I know what it feels like to travel around the Belgian capital on your own. If you’re worried to solo travel Brussels then you really shouldn’t be, it’s one of the friendliest places in the whole world! You could sit down in a bar at night and start of a conversation with pretty much anyone, it’s really that sort of place. There’s also a ton of super cool things to do in Brussels on your own, so don’t be worried about finding them. That’s my job! I’ll be sharing with you some of my favorite spots to come when I’m on my own, as well as some cool ideas for you to experience the unique nightlife in Brussels too. It’s the bars and restaurants where you’ll find so much of the city’s character, so these are important places to come if you want to meet some new people. So here’s my personal Brussels solo travel guide!