European and international city, you can almost find everything in Brussels. It still exists a few commercial centres downtown, but most of the big malls are around the city.
The commercal areas are:
- Rue Neuve Galeria (shopping gallery, FNAC,...)
- Centre Monnaie
- Around the Stock Exchange
- rue du Midi (stamps, philately)
- Galerie Bortier (book shops)
- Le Sablon (antic shops)
- Avenue Louise
- Porte de Namur - porte Louise (the Champs-Elysées in Brussels!)
The shopping areas in Brussels have their website: http://www.quartierscommercants.be. You will find different shops in the Brabant area, Brussels Centre, Flagey, Rue des Hauts-Blaes, Saint Gilles Centre...etc. You will find also a list of Belgian shops here.
Malls/Super and Hypermarkets
Other shopping centres
Night owls can go shopping in 6 areas of the Belgian capital:
- La cuisine belge et française from Frederiksborg is open 24h. Avenue Broustin, 1083 Bruxelles (Ganshoren).
- Le Rendez-vous des artistes, rue Dejoncker 24, 1060 Bruxelles, parallel street to Avenue Louise.
- Friterie de la Barrière, a the beginning of the Avenue du Parc, on the right, at 20 meters from the Barrière de Saint-Gilles (1060).
- Boulangerie Le Vatel, located Place Jourdan in Etterbeek (in front of Antoine fries shop).
- You will find the Belgian and international newspapers until dawn in a shop located Rue au beurre, close to the Grande Place of Brussels.
- The Post office located Avenue Fonsny, a few meters on the right from the station of gare du Midi, is open up to 10pm on Saturday and from 11am to 7pm on Sunday.
- Centre Dentaire Meiser, number 1, place Meiser, 1030 Bruxelles, in front of the tram stops.
Well worth the hours journey from Brussels, this luxury Outlet Shopping Village has 95+ major International and Belgian brands at up to 60% off, year-round: Nike, Barbour, Hugo Boss, Petit Bateau, Geox, Essentiel, Levi's, Mer du Nord and many more. www.maasmechelenvillage.com
Part of the Value Retail Group (Bicester in UK and La Valle, Paris). And it's open on Sunday's!