Brussels is multicultural, international and commercial center and the capital of the whole Europe. Counting over 140 shopping areas, Brussels was created to make people spend their money.
No longer is the stereotype about selling here only chocolate, beer and lace is valid. During staying here meet with first-class boutiques representing the most eclectic collection of goods.
However, the stores peak day is Saturday, while on Sunday most of them are closed, so if you are planning shopping over a weekend, Saturday morning is best time for it. Products can be purchased at any time of the day in a small tobacco and food benches located throughout the city. There, in the shops, there are telephone booths, from which calls are cheaper than mobile operators.
Pay attention to the bright lettering "soldes" or "solden" during January and July season discounts.