Central Nightlife Tour Part 1, Brussels

Brussels' nightlife is represented by the variety of its clubs, among which are not only out and out discotheques but also clubs that host world-famous DJs and live music as well. Brussels has some of the most fashionable night clubs in Belgium. Take this walking tour to visit the most famous venues located in Central Brussels, all within a pleasant walking distance.
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Central Nightlife Tour Part 1 Map

Guide Name: Central Nightlife Tour Part 1
Guide Location: Belgium » Brussels (See other walking tours in Brussels)
Guide Type: Self-guided Walking Tour (Sightseeing)
# of Attractions: 6
Tour Duration: 1 hour(s)
Travel Distance: 1.2 km
Author: audrey
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Le Corbeau

1) Le Corbeau

A Belgian-style pub with its own brewery established in 1847 that transforms into a nightclub late in the evening, Le Corbeau can be found near Martyrs Square on Rue Saint-Michel in Brussels. The décor features an interior decked out in wood, including tables, chairs, and walls made of rich woods. Its rather extensive menu features a host of regional dishes with some international flair, as well as an equally-long list of beers, spirits, cocktails, wines, and other beverages to wet your whistle. Later in the evening guests to Le Corbeau get down on the dance floor and have even been known to dance on the tables.

Operation Hours: Monday – Friday: 10 pm – 0.30 am; Saturday – Sunday: 10 pm – 3 am
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Belga Queen

2) Belga Queen

Found inside a former bank building from the 19th century, Belga Queen is an upscale restaurant that transforms into a late night club from Wednesday through Saturday night. Its impressive interior décor includes marble columns and a stained glass ceiling. Guests to this chic establishment can enjoy its fine cuisine which changes on a seasonal basis, as well as expertly-crafted cocktails, and a huge range of beers. The former bank vaults located downstairs have been turned into a hip cigar lounge, and are the place where the music starts pumping later in the evening and guests get down on the dance floor.
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Le Nostalgia Club

3) Le Nostalgia Club

A fantastic place to listen and dance to a wide assortment of retro classics from bygone eras, Le Nostalgia Club can be found between Place de la Monnaie and the Grand Place in Brussels. Featuring no cover charge, this popular nightclub heats up Friday evenings serving up classic hits from the sixties through the eighties, including lots of disco favorites to get the all-ages crowd going well into the night. On Saturday evenings guests get down on the dance floor to popular favorites from the eighties and nineties, including assorted French pop songs as well. Le Nostalgia Club also offers an extensive menu of drinks, including cocktails, champagne, and more.
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Delirium Café

4) Delirium Café

Well-known internationally for its record-breaking range of beers, Delirium Café currently holds its position in the Guinness Book of World Records and has also opened other franchises in Rio de Janeiro and Tokyo. Documented in 2004 as having 2004 different types of beer, Delirium Café is currently working to break their own record in the near future with a proposed list of 3162 kinds of beer. Found in an alleyway near the Grand Place, this modest establishment can be easily spotted for the pink elephant on its sign, as well as the famous Jeanneke Pis statue located just across the street from it.

Operation Hours: Monday – Saturday: 10 am – 4 am; Sunday: 10 am – 2 am
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Dali's Bar

5) Dali's Bar

A bar and nightclub designed in tribute to the famed artist Salvador Dali, Dali’s Bar is a popular nightlife establishment found in Brussels on Petite Rue des Bouchers. The interior is not surprisingly decked out in various Dali prints hanging on the walls, with a unique red sofa shaped like lips for a unique thematic touch as well. Entertainment includes an eclectic variety of club beats, including drum and bass, reggae, house, and more. Music is served up by a terrific selection of local DJs as well as DJs from around the world. Dali’s Bar offers a good selection of classic cocktails, with some original signature drinks available as well.

Operation Hours: Thursday – Saturday: 10 pm – 5 am
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You Night Club

6) You Night Club

A popular nightlife establishment found in Brussels, Le You Nightclub attracts a generally younger crowd for its various themed nights that get everyone going on the dance floor. The space is equipped with two floors, as well as an indoor balcony overlooking the action on the dance floor. Entertainment here usually includes a more mainstream selection, appealing to a wider audience, and includes genres such as R and B, house, and funk served up by local and resident DJs. Sunday evenings cater toward the city’s gay community, inviting popular house DJ Olivier Gosseries to raise the roof for the evening.

Walking Tours in Brussels, Belgium

Create Your Own Walk in Brussels

Create Your Own Walk in Brussels

Creating your own self-guided walk in Brussels is easy and fun. Choose the city attractions that you want to see and a walk route map will be created just for you. You can even set your hotel as the start point of the walk.
City Center Orientation Walk

City Center Orientation Walk

Brussels is a major European capital with a remarkable history and cultural heritage. It features a large number of architectural sites, museums and world -famous specialty shops. Take a walk and discover the main landmarks of Brussels such as the world-renowned Grand Place and the Royal Palace.

Tour Duration: 3 hour(s)
Travel Distance: 4.4 km
City Center Gift Shops

City Center Gift Shops

It would be a pity to leave Brussels without having explored its specialty shops and bringing home something truly original. We've compiled a list of gifts and souvenirs, which are unique to Brussels, that a visitor might like to purchase to reflect their visit. All shops are located within a pleasant walking distance, in Central Brussels.

Tour Duration: 2 hour(s)
Travel Distance: 2.7 km
Small Ring Walking Tour

Small Ring Walking Tour

The Small Ring is a road in Brussels which surrounds the historic center of the city. It was built on top of the city's former fortifications, originally constructed in a pentagonal shape. Today, the Small Ring is home to several significant sites, such as the Egmont Palace, impressive memorials, as well as the last remains of the city's fortifications, the Halle Gate. Take this two-hour walking tour to visit the most important attractions on Brussels' Small Ring.

Tour Duration: 1 hour(s)
Travel Distance: 2.4 km
Marolles and Matonge Nightlife

Marolles and Matonge Nightlife

Brussels' nightlife is represented by the variety of its clubs, among which are not only out and out discotheques, but also clubs that host world-famous DJs and live music. Brussels is home to some of the most fashionable night clubs in Belgium. Take this walking tour to visit the most famous venues located in the Marolles and Matonge districts of Brussels.

Tour Duration: 1 hour(s)
Travel Distance: 2.3 km
Royal Sightseeing Walking Tour

Royal Sightseeing Walking Tour

The main Royal site in Brussels is the statue of Godfrey of Bouillon, which actually represents the center of the Royal Square. Also known as the Royal Place, the Royal Square is surrounded by the Royal Palace, the Royal Museums and the Royal Library. All these served as the official residence to the King of Belgium. Enjoy this two hour tour to visit the Royal places in Brussels.

Tour Duration: 2 hour(s)
Travel Distance: 2.8 km
Grand Place Walking Tour

Grand Place Walking Tour

Brussels is the capital of Belgium and also a top tourist destination in Europe. The city's main square is the Grand Place. The square is famous for its Baroque style buildings, such as the Town Hall, the King's House and other guildhalls, all of which make the Grand Place a busy tourist hotspot. Take this one-hour tour to visit the most popular tourist attractions situated in and around the Grand Place.

Tour Duration: 1 hour(s)
Travel Distance: 0.3 km

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