New residents may find settling in Belgium quite the challenge. Languages, politics and culture appear to be shifting from a dynamic melting pot to incomprehensible chaos. This is where our specials jump in, bringing its readers information on how to settle down and flourish in Belgium.
The international community of Brussels accounts for more than 300.000 people, renewing itself every 5,4 years. Ranging from the European institutions (40.000) and lobbyists (20.000), through the largest concentration of diplomats worldwide (5.250) and over 2.000 international companies, Brussels is one of the prime global hubs of the world.
Discover what’s quirky and cool about Belgium in our annual guide. Readers get the lowdown on top sights and experiences, including offbeat museums, underground art, travel tips, best massages places, cheap eats and gastronomic dining. The 100-page magazine also includes the Expat Directory, full of practical information
for residents and visitors. We outline the nitty-gritty of the bureaucracy that has to be navigated and explore ways you
can develop your skills, both personal and professional.