The sites www.visit.brussels and www.agenda.brussels, virtual showcases of the Brussels-Capital Region's tourist and cultural offerings, have been completely redesigned for much more user-friendly navigation. They now allow everyone, tourists and Brussels locals alike, to find their bliss intuitively by computer, smartphone, or tablet.
The site www.visit.brussels, a veritable gold mine of easily accessible information, has now become the ideal travel companion for everyone.
First of all, the new graphics on the visit.brussels site offer a redesigned search engine
with a filtering system for very personalised content. It links activities with dates and Brussels neighbourhoods. Love comics, art nouveau, or gourmet cuisine? Visiting for the weekend? Want to discover Molenbeek's treasures?
The search precisely meets the web visitor's expectations, from a selection of 6,000 events, restaurants, bars, museums, exhibitions, etc. Thus the site casts those who energise the Brussels-Capital Region in the best possible light.
In addition, the site is now adapted to all formats
with no download required. On a computer, tablet, or smartphone, it displays as a "web app" and, thanks to a GPS system, provides a real-time selection of the best options that are just a stone's throw away.
It also offers rich editorial content
. Depending on the season, user, and current events, articles on various Brussels subjects will be published and featured: gourmet cuisine, architecture, events, nightlife, etc.
Finally, the new site also allows users to create a "cart" where favourite events and places are stored.
Cultural lovers will find comprehensive information on all the different events in the Brussels-Capital Region (concerts, exhibitions, shows, festivals, etc.) on the new www.agenda.brussels website. The website, which is available in three languages, is the only of its type as it publishes over 20,000 events per year, covering the whole range of public and private cultural life and events in Brussels. Agenda.brussels is designed and managed as a non-specialized site to provide tourists and locals alike with information on the array of things to do in Brussels.. The twin priorities of the site are the quality of the information and the showcasing of the wealth and diversity of the cultural life in Brussels.