Brussels City Guide - Best shopping

Where to go shopping in Brussels




Palais du Midi

Recently renovated, this arcade is home to 40 shops.

Gare du Midi Market

Every Sunday morning, the squares and tunnels around Gare du Midi buzz with more than 400 stalls selling all kinds of bargains, from food to clothing.

Rue Neuve (€€)

One of the longest shopping streets in the city. You will find most international brands here, like Zara, Mango, H&M and Esprit.

City2 (€€)

Connected to Rogier’s metro station, this shopping mall has almost anything you would need.

Galerie de la Toison d’Or (€€)

If designer brands aren’t really your thing, Ixelles is also home to a shopping mall called Galerie de la Toison d’Or.

Royal Galeries Saint Hubert (€€€€)

​Inaugurated in the 19th century, this shopping arcade will make your jaw drop. There, you will find luxury clothing and jewelry shops, as well as clockmakers, some of the finest chocolatiers and a couple restaurants. It is also home to the Museum of Letters and Manuscripts.

Rue Antoine Dansaert and Rue Léon Lépage (€€€€)

Fashionistas will find interesting local designers on these two streets.

Avenue Louise (€€€€)

One of the most expensive streets in the world. Chanel, Versace, Louis Vuitton, Christian Dior… They are all there.

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