PLAN YOUR STAY
GETTING TO BRUSSELS
Over 60 million people in Europe can get to Brussels in less than two hours.
STAYING IN BRUSSELS
Choirs and singers will have access to discounted hotels near the festival venue during sign-up. The hotels will be selected with a focus on LGBTQI+-friendliness, easy access for people with reduced mobility, affordability and commitment to sustainable development.
Homestay options will also be on offer.
GETTING AROUND BRUSSELS
Brussels public transport authority (STIB) provides varied ticket options (single trip, 5 day pass, 10 journey pass) and has a wide network (metro, train, tram and bus).
Bike and scooter sharing: Villo / Bolt / Tier / Dott
BRUSSELS IS THE CAPITAL OF A COUNTRY THAT HAS ALWAYS BEEN A TRAILBLAZER ON LGBTQI+ RIGHTS
LGBTQI+ LIFE IN BRUSSELS
Belgium was the second country in the world to legalise same-sex marriage and ranked second in the 2023 Rainbow Index of European countries.
The Saint-Jacques district, a short walk from the festival venue, has several very lively LGBTQI+ bars and restaurants.
The eclectic and creative nightlife scene has events to suit all styles and tastes.
The capital of Europe, Brussels is a manageable size and has been acknowledged as one of the greenest cities in Europe.
Brussels is a crossroads of cultures, with 185 nationalities and 105 languages spoken. The people of Brussels will surprise you with their diversity, their infectious kindness, and their non-judgemental outlook. They are easygoing, down to earth and don’t take themselves too seriously.