Rue Antoine Dansaert
Antoine Dansaertstraat

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It’s time for retail therapy! Super fashionable, Rue Antoine Dansaert is one higher-end street shoppers shouldn’t miss.

The Dansaert neighbourhood of Brussels is a hotspot for fashionistas. There’s all the clothes brands you already know, plus Belgian designer boutiques waiting for you. Get your card ready for all the stylish pieces you’re sure to find. The whole street is about 850 m and quite long. If you speed walk, you could probably window shop the whole thing in under 20 minutes. But once you see something in the window, you won’t be able to resist the urge to go inside.

Not too long ago, the street was just fashion. Now there’s a bit more variety. Once, it was mostly luxury brands. But the world of fashion is changing and Rue Antoine Dansaert does reflect that. Walk on over to see its beautiful shops and architecture to discover the fashion mood of Brussels.

  • Antoine Dansaertstraat has a variety of clothes shops. Boutiques inspired by the latest trends off the catwalk to classic vintage looks, there’s a bit something no matter your style.
  • The street is more than clothes shops too. There’s the occasional restaurant, bookshop, cocktail bars and cafe to rest your feet (though not your bank account!).
Updated on 25 November 2021

Tips and Tricks

  • Look out for those sale signs! Belgium has the biggest sales in January and July.
  • Come in the morning to avoid crowds, or drop by in the evening when the cocktail bars and restaurants come to life
  • The street is usually busy with shoppers and passers-by. There’s also some traffic.

Getting There

  • By Car: close to Flandre Parking. There’s also parking on the street of 76 Antoine Dansaertstraat, but it fills up quickly.
  • By Bus: close to bus stop Dansaert. Buses 86 and N16 stop here
  • By Metro: 6 min walk from Sint-Katelijne station. Metros 1 and 5 stop here
  • By Tram: close to tram stop Vlaamsepoort. Tram 51 stops here



All seasons


Free to look


Open; national COVID guidelines apply. We recommend wearing a mask and bringing your own hand sanitiser.

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