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Brussels Greeters: an organisation that helps visitors and expats discover the city

brussels greetersWondering what to do with family and friends when they come over to visit? Worry-eth not. Because this is a cracking concept.
Brussels Greeters Network provides encounters with local residents to discover Brussels through the eyes of someone who lives in and knows the city.
Greeters are made up of around 80 volunteers who love Brussels and want to share their passion and knowledge with newcomers.

A meeting with a Brussels Greeter (up to six people) is a free-of-charge opportunity to get a unique and personal insight into the city.
These volunteers may take visitors to unusual and often hidden spots that are off the tourist trail, such as favourite streets, parks, bars and many more places.
All in all, not a bad idea.
And there’s no reason why residents shouldn’t take advantage of this chance to discover the city from a personal viewpoint. In fact, we think we will, too.

 

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