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With its many nightclubs, easy transportation, and original events, Brussels is a paradise for New Year’s revellers. Once again this year, Happy Brussels, presented by visit.brussels offers to guide party-goers to the best places to celebrate the arrival of 2016. The pass provides access to the best parties as well as well as flagship activities around the European capital.
New Year’s Eve is a pivotal moment, one offering the chance to start the new year in good spirits and festive fashion. And Brussels has loads of opportunities to suit everyone’s taste. The Happy Brussels pass offers the chance to explore all of these possibilities by hopping from one fantastic party to the next, and topping it all off with a stay full of new discoveries.
In fact, for 60 euros, the pass specifically provides access to a wide range of parties and a number of tourist activities. In its guide, it also combines advice for a magical visit to the capital of Europe under the glow of Christmas lights. For an extra 20 euros, Happy Brussels will throw in all the benefits of the 24 hour Brussels card: admission to 30 great Brussels museums and discounts for attractions, stores, restaurants, and bars.
Happy Brussels includes admission to tourist attractions like the Atomium, and the Galeries Cinema to see a film and visit the exhibition. Even more, it offers a day or evening tour around Grand Place and the Manneken Pis, as well as Christmas activities like the Christmas Market and the New Year’s Eve countdown.
The Happy Brussels guide specifically indicates good tips and concept stores for an exhilarating experience in the fashion district, as well as a selection of hip and unusual bars that each have a wide selection of Belgian beers.
NYE Party Pass
Brussels provides the backdrop for a night owl journey till dawn. The party pass provides access to a series of popular clubs and parties for New Year’s Eve. There is something for everyone from Balkan and hip-hop to house and techno including gay friendly parties.
Happy Brussels opens the doors of the Fuse, You, and Madame Moustache, the Wood, Palais 12 and many more.