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A Guide to Workshops in Brussels

You didn’t ask, but we made one anyway, a guide to workshops in Brussels. We hope it’s of use to you, and if you have any other questions, just ask one of our experts for a hand.

The Best Areas in Brussels for Workshops

  • Etterbeek – Etterbeek’s attractive streets seduce you with early 20th-century townhouses. It’s the base for many European institutions and has fantastic public transport facilities. There are plenty of cultural venues to be found too. You won’t get bored with the likes of l’Espace Senghor, Théâtre St-Michel, Théâtre Yvan Baudouin-Lesly Bunton, and l’Espace Entrée Libre just the begining of their iconic landmarks.
  • Saint Gilles – Saint Gilles is known as ‘the village in the city’. It’s also become a hotspot for culture, which means workshops here will be untroubled by the cynicism of city life and not short of creative inspiration.
  • Centre – The city centre of Brussels dates back to the 11th century. It centres itself around the enchanting gold-leafed buildings of La Grand Place. If you like cobbled streets, an authentic historic aura, and classy workshop venues, this is the place for you.

What Kind of Workshops Can I Host in Brussels?

Brussels is our home town and our base. So we know what’s going on here, and we’re proud to tell you that you can have and do it all! Whether it’s strictly business or something a little bit quirkier, there’s a workshop for everything.

For example, check out our 7 cool hackathon venues in Brussels. The business and coding world is becoming obsessed with hackathons now. And for a good reason, they’re exciting, and coding is a fantastic skill to cultivate in your team.

It’s a leading city for business and politics. So you already know they’ve got top tier skill-building workshops. For example, how about the 6 best digital marketing classes in Brussels.

If you think you have got some heavy workshop sessions coming up, how are you going to lighten spirits? How do you galvanise a flagging team? How about some gaming team building activities in Brussels. A friendly game of Mariokart can brighten the most cynical of souls after all.

If some civil gaming isn’t distraction enough, again, we have got you covered, folks. Physicality is nothing to shy away from. In Brussels, you can arrange workshops for Urban farming, water sport activities close to Brussels, cool health and fitness activities in Brussels and more.

Then again, physicality doesn’t have to be full-throttle. Put it into cruise mode and exercise your need for culture with Les Ballades walking tours. Alternatively, we can show you where to find amazing street art in Brussels.

Perhaps you’re looking for something quintessentially Belgian? Because when in Rome, as they say. Well, fret no longer. We have the low-down on the best beer tasting workshops in Brussels and the best chocolate making classes in Brussels. It doesn’t get much more Belgian than that.

Transport

Visitors need not worry about travelling about the city. The public transport system – ran by STIB – is a fully integrated network of metros, trams, busses, and trains. More often than not, you’ll be getting around on the metro. A single will cost you €2.50 (€2.10 if bought in advance), and a 1-day card costs €7.50 and gives you unlimited rides on all STIB services.

But perhaps you’d rather travel under your own steam? Conveniently enough, Brussels is a bike-friendly city, with wide streets and lots of bicycle lanes. It’s a very appetising option. You can rent a Villo bike for €7 per hour or €15 per day.

Etterbeek

Public Transport
    • Buses:34, 348, 36, 61, 80.
    • Metro: 5.
    • Tram: 25, 7.
    • Train: IC, S4, S7, S8, S9.
Secure Parking Garages in Etterbeek
    • BePark – Rue Mont Du Chene 14.
    • BePark – Rue de la Grand Haie 101.

Saint-Gilles

Public Transport
    • Buses: 27, 365A, 48, W.
    • Train: IC, P, S2, S3, S6.
    • Tram: 3, 4.
    • Metro: 2, 6.
Secure Parking Garages in Saint Gilles
    • BePark – Parking Saint-Gilles – Rue Tasson-Snel 13.
    • BePark – Parking Stefania – Chaussée de Charleroi 24.

Centre  

Public Transport
    • Metro Stations: Gare Centrale, De Brouckère, Parc, Rogier
    • Tram Lines: 4, 3, 51
    • Bus Lines: 29, 65, 63, 66, 95, 38
Secure Parking Garages in the City Centre:
    • Q-Park Pancheco – Boulevard Pacheco 7.
    • Jardin Botanique – Boulevard du Jardin Botanique 29.

Catering

Catering in Brussels is sublime. With a history of French gastronomy as its backbone, to every international delight imaginable in today’s Brussels, it’s a city that has a well-earned reputation for outstanding cuisine.

Each area has its distinct voice too, take Saint Gilles, for instance. The locals here are very into their organic produce, superior wine, and premier bar snack food.

In Etterbeek – for starters – you have four restaurants with Michelin Plates. So you know that there is quality on the scene here. It’s an upmarket part of town, and the cuisine reflects that. There’s also a good deal of affordable student places, so don’t panic if you’re on a budget. If you like French, Belgian, Portuguese or Italian food, you’ll be happy here. Or maybe the best thing to re-galvanise your workshop session is to get outside for some fresh air? Brussels is home to mesmerising green spaces, so check out our guide to pretty parks in Brussels for a picnic. And what to bring, you ask? Well, one of Brussels worst kept secrets is its mobile catering boom. So maybe stop by one of our favourite food trucks for hire in Brussels.

Hotels

Hotels in Etterbeek

    • Chic and Elegant Rooms in the Heart of Brussels
      • Prices start from €1314
      • Star Rating: 4.6
      • Highlights: French atmosphere, Art Murals, patented MyBed, flat-screen TV, espresso machine, high-speed Internet, WiFi, and a laptop-sized room safe.

Hotels in Saint-Gilles

Hotels in Centre

FAQ for workshop Rooms in Brussels

A workshop venue in Brussels can cost between €40 - €85. This price can vary depending on the size of the space, technical equipment, staff and catering. Our City Experts can give you a rough quote based on your event requirements.

Each workshop space has different cancellation policies. Generally, the earlier you cancel, the more money you can expect to get back. However, it's pretty standard that last-minute bookings (less than 48 hours before the workshop) are non-refundable.

There are several things to consider when booking a workshop space. Does your workshop include physical activities? If so, we suggest looking for a larger venue to accommodate them comfortably. What kind of furniture and equipment do you need? Is it essential that you can move the furniture around during the workshop? If there will be a lot of noise, double-check that the venue is ok with that in advance. Our City Experts can suggest suitable venues based on your requirements.

No two workshop venues in Brussels are the same (thank God!). But there are comforting familiarities when it comes to the essentials. Venues will usually come with strong WiFi, projectors, whiteboards, basic office supplies, and refreshments such as tea, coffee and water. On-site printing is also typically available.

Workshops sessions in Brussels start at a minimum of one hour. After that, you can book them for as long as the venue in question has space in their diary! Be it a half-day, full-day, or several days!

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