Either way, you’ll meet like-minded people while doing something you love.If walking into a room full of strangers and striking up a conversation doesn’t make you start to hyperventilate (like it does me) Brussels has plenty of networking opportunities.In addition to general meet-and-greets, there are a variety of networking events based around different themes, from food to technology.Brush up on your French or Dutch so you can speak with your neighbours, or take a cooking class to learn more about Belgian cuisine. ) The biggest benefit of taking a class is you will automatically have an interest in common with those around you.Use your new-found time as a trailing spouse to learn how to do that thing you’ve always wanted to do or continue to follow a passion you’ve always had.I needed to push myself well beyond my personal boundaries, in order to get out and meet people.
Making lasting friendships is one of the keys to living a successful expat life. In fact, one of our most frequently asked questions is, “how do I meet people in Belgium?
” Today we offer our tips for meeting people in Brussels.