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Rue Antoine Dansaert, Brussels

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  • Nice street with beautiful shops! You can walk all to the canal. In the middle you find BarBeton on a corner. This is a very nice bar ... On Friday night there or free tapas from 6PM. Highly recommend...  more »
  • Rue Antoine Dansaert is a super cool street leading down to the canal . The street has some really nice looking building's and interesting architecture but it also contains some fantastic pubs, bars a...  more »
  • You can find top level retail shops, nice restaurants and also is a nice walk to the channels. Is quite different to the rest of central Brussels. Menus are written in different languages, but you can...  more »