Waterstone's was the first English-only bookstore in Brussels. It sells a large selection of magazines and newspapers from the United States and United Kingdom. The first floor is filled with cookbooks, novels, maps and a very extensive selection of travel and tourism books representing many different places throughout the world. They also have a book called Hints for Living in Belgium by the North American Woman's Club.
Winning the World Chocolate Championship in 1995, Pierre Marcolini set out to revolutionize the chocolate industry. Using only the finest cocoa beans from around the world, Marcolini now owns and operates luxury chocolate boutiques in five different countries. His sweet treats include delicacies such as truffles, macaroons, biscuits, liqueur chocolates, brittles and much more. Each purchase is presented in a handsomely designed gift box that perfectly compliments the luxury treat found within.
Le Gallerie del Re, della Regina e del Principe di Saint-Hubert, che hanno più di 200 anni, ospitano costose boutique retrò che vendono una varietà di accessori tra cui guanti, cappelli, borse a mano e gioielli. Nel 1837, il re Léopold I incaricò il giovane architetto Jean-Pierre Cluysenaars di trasformare rue Saint-Hubert in un centro commerciale. Questa galleria, suddivisa nelle gallerie del Re, della Regina e del Principe, è oggi considerata una delle più belle del mondo. Gli amanti del cioccolato dovrebbero visitare Neuhaus (al 25 della Galerie de la Reine) e i golosi possono concedersi il piacere di gelato all’Häagen Dazs situato vicino all'ingresso della galleria.
This large, interesting store sells functional and fashionable women's clothing. Outfits for both work and play can be found. While listening to the pleasant music, you can look through the seasonal collections which offer everything for today's woman including shoes, pants, dresses, T-shirts and accessories.
Located on a street teeming with plenty of shops, this store's attractive window calls out to men and women who desire the latest footwear trends. Pass the large bubblegum machine at the entrance and you'll come across a spacious boutique filled with stylish, well-made and affordable shoes. Alongside the Invito brand, one can also find Diesel, Puma and the popular lady's Spanish label, El Dante.
Known as the chocolate capital of the world, Brussels is filled with sweet confection shops. Mary's Chocolatier lives up to its city's standards and has some of the best chocolate creations around. Established in 1919 by Mary Delluc along the Rue Royal on the route to the palace, this legendary shop was beloved by the king himself as well as nobels and other royals. Today people travel far and wide for Mary's famous confections. Delicious hand-painted chocolates, caramels, truffles, bars, and more can be found. Grab yourself one of their beloved boxes in order to sample Mary's sweet treats.
In business since 1912, the family-owned Maison Renardy offers the very best in exceptional teas, coffees, and handmade chocolates, candies, pastries, and breads. Snuggled conveniently on the corner of Rue Anoul and Chaussée de Wavre, the shop's large glass windows are perfect for people watching or letting in light to read by. The perfect place to spend an afternoon chatting or relaxing, the Maison Renardy is classy yet undeniably comfortable and charming. If you don't have time to sit down and stay, Maison Renardy also sells loose leaf tea, snacks, and baked goodies to-go.
This popular beer shop is repeatedly praised by newspapers for its vast variety of, as the name of the shop claims, beer. Within the shop, there also exists the opportunity to sample beer before purchase. The owners of the shop aim to ensure the most helpful shopping experience possible by even providing information regarding the correct glasses to use for specific types of beer.
Maison Chevalier's distinctly eclectic style definitely allows it to carry something for every sense of style and taste. On top of carrying vintage and antique home decor, the shop also offer handmade European products, soaps, lotions, shower gels, fragrances, toys, and an array of accessories. Located in the Elsene neighborhood of Brussels, this boutique won't disappoint if you are looking for a unique gift, souvenir, or decoration.
Just steps from several bus routes and a train station, Le Jardin de Luxembourg is a sweet little florist nestled in Brussels' Elsene neighborhood. With all the traditional offerings of a flower shop, Le Jardin is sure to have whatever you're looking for, whether it is a bouquet to brighten someone's day or a potted plant to take home yourself.
Fantasiosa e originale era l'idea di Basile Kestekides. Il nipote del fondatore, Leonida Kestekides, ha aperto nel 1936 il primo negozio di cioccolato sul Boulevard Anspach, a Bruxelles. Il pasticcere ha presentato i suoi cioccolatini sul davanzale del suo appartamento al piano terra, per attirare l'attenzione dei passanti. Lì, puoi quindi acquistare le sue piccole prelibatezze direttamente attraverso la finestra aperta. L'idea ha avuto successo e ora l'azienda gestisce numerose filiali in tutto il mondo.