Galeries Saint Hubert-Sint Hubertusgalerijen. The world's first
shopping mall, opened in 1847, is a light and airy triple-gallery
enclosing boutiques, bookshops, cafés, restaurants, and a theater and
Comic books and
rare books. De Slegte on Rue des Grands
Carmes-Lievevrouwbroersstraat, FNAC on Rue Neuve-Nieuwstraat
100 Boulevard Anspachlaan. Right in the center and one of the most
up to date store when it comes to contemporary comics.
largest bookshop in Brussels, open 7 days a week, features a small
bar/café inside and quite often live music, located at 39 Avenue
Books One of the more popular english bookshops in downtown
Boulevard Maurice Lemonnierlaan, 55 & 59 (Metro "Anneessens")
- maze-like, second-hand bookshop with huge selection of used
books at bargain prices. Bookworm's paradise! You can't afford to
71-75 Boulevard Adolphe Maxlaan (Metro "De Brouckère").
City 2 commercial center, Rue neuve. A big book/CD/DVD/electronics
111-123 Rue Neuve. This shop is at the uppermost level of the Galeria
Inno department store. Sells CDs, DVDs and consumer electronics.
Slightly cheaper than FNAC.
39 Place du Grand Sablon. Arguably the best belgian chocolates.
6-12-13 Place du Grand Sablon. Another excellent chocolate maker.
along Rue Neuve-Nieuwstraat with GB supermarket at City 2 accessed
from Rue Neuve-Nieuwstraat and Metro Rogier.
Inno, 111-123 Rue Neuve. Department store (fashion, cosmetics,
is among the best in the world. Several shops are located at the
Grand' Place-Grote Markt itself.