WEIGHT: 57 kg
Services: Sub Games, Tie & Tease, For family couples, Lesbi-show hard, Massage anti-stress
Includes the station, hotels, cafes, selected bars and other buildings that will help a visitor find their way around. Brussels has a mix of both French and Dutch speakers so locations have two names. This can be confusing to new visitors but is necessary to include in my maps and text. This straight road runs next to the railway lines so if you are arriving from the North on one of the Eastern tracks you will get a great view of it.
The road has around 57 red light buildings. In the North they start quite small and most look run down but as you head South they become bigger, nicer and with fancy names like Blue Lagoon and Le Python.
Many even have bars. Immediately South East is the other part of the red light district with another or so buildings. Few tourists even know about these back streets.
Worth a look I guess but at night they can be quiet and a little menacing. You won't find a Mcdonalds, Pizza Hut or any of the other big American chains in the red light district. Fast food available is mostly middle Eastern with lots of small snack bars. Head into the city centre if this is not to your taste.
There are other 'adult' areas in Brussels. The famous Amsterdam style red light windows though are confined to the areas covered in my maps. Don't forget to check out the rest of the city. It's an amazing mix of modern sky scrapers, spectacular palaces, huge shopping malls as well as areas it is claimed that even the police fear to go. I stayed at Hotel Husa President Park no. Video now added. Thanks to Gaston for his help and advice.