2. Founded in January 2017, the platform talks about the city of Brussels, exploring its cultural and social life, multiculturalism and events. It gives voice to ideas and opinions about the city, enthusiastically describing the advantages and perks of the city, and considering the flaws and inconveniences of the Belgian capital.
3. Brussels Express reviews festivals and activities taking place in the city, spacing from art and culture to politics and environment. It also offers its point of view on the latest news from the EU and Belgium political world.
4. To embrace and support the eclectic character of the city, Brussels Express also provides an agenda with the events foreseen for the month and a job section, to help expats finding an employment – or a plan B – in the city.
5. Last but not least, Brussels Express suggests travel destinations in Belgium and around the world to its readers, offering new ideas on places to see and activities to try.