New free English guide for Brussels
The magazine aims to keep the locals and visitors up to date about the latest happenings in the Belgian capital.21 May 2008
BRUSSELS - A new free English language publication was launched in Brussels on Wednesday.
Zone02/Brussels hopes to bring up-to-date news on the latest fads in the capital, the best places to eat, the best shops, the best places to visit.
The magazine is not only a handy guide for people living in Brussels, but also for visitors from abroad. It intends to show its readers everything that is hot in the capital.
The first edition focuses on where to find the most interesting chocolates in Brussels, introduces us to jazz venues and has advice on where to take your Sunday brunch.
Zone02/Brussels is being distributed to embassies, NATO offices and hotels.
It should appear twice a year and there were 45,000 copies in the first publication run.
The magazine already exists in Dutch and in French which allows the publishers to boast that they really know what is happening in the European capital. Zone magazines also publish Dutch city guides in Antwerp and in Ghent.
[flandersenews.be / Expatica]
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