Looking for the best places to shop for the winter sales?
We've rounded up different shopping hot spots in the country!
Maasmechelen Village (Maasmechelen)
The largest open-air shopping area in Belgium.
Every year, many fashionistas blew up their bank account here... and we can understand them! There are more than 100 different brands including some of the most luxurious like Armani, Calvin Klein, Michael Kors... you name it!
A day in Maasmechelen is the perfect opportunity to splurge !
The Esplanade (Louvain-la-Neuve)
Louvain-la-Neuve is no longer the student city that everyone knows about. It has become over time a reference for all shopping addicts! The boutiques offer is diverse and varied. From big brands to small local businesses. Feeling hungry at lunchtime? The food offer is also widely developed and the city has many restaurants where you can reload your batteries between two fittings.
Les Grands Prés (Mons)
Close to the city center of Mons, Les Grands Prés it's 100,000 square meters of commercial space! The guarantee to satisfy all the family!
The big plus ? The Swedish giant (you know who we mean?) has implemented one of its store there. Your partner is looking for a new sofa and you for a new pair of jeans? No need to go your separate ways 😉
Docks Bruxsel (Brussels)
110 shops, a cinema, restaurants, it's been 6 years now that this shopping center opened its doors in the Brussels area. Its atmosphere, its modernity, its accessibility are unanimously appreciated by the shopping experts!
If you haven't had the opportunity to visit it yet, it's time!
Passage Wellington (Waterloo)
Very popular with the locals, the shopping streets of Waterloo have recently seen a large number of shops bloom so that you can now find everything you need to satisfy your impulse purchases!
One of the main shopping streets of the city. Shopping in Leuven means strolling through beautiful pedestrian streets. And of course, you will find many cafés, bars and restaurants that will add a gourmet dimension to your shopping day!
This is THE busiest shopping street of the city. Many world-famous brands rub shoulders with more local but equally qualitative stores! Without a doubt, this area is a must to indulge all your clothing (or decorative) cravings.
Noordzandstraat & Steenstraat (Bruges)
You thought Bruges is only a city for tourists? Think again!
There are plenty of shopping options, enough to fill an entire day. The two must-see streets in the Venice of the North are definitely Noordzandstraat and Steenstraat.
It's 5:30 pm, the stores are about to close and your partner has been patiently waiting for you during your multiple fittings in the booth. Your feet are sore and you don't have the courage to go back to the last stores but you didn't spend all your budget...
And what if you treated yourself and your beloved partner a night in one of our hotels ?
There is a Martin's Hotel nearby!