Brussels dating scene
In addition to general meet-and-greets, there are a variety of networking events based around different themes, from food to technology.New people are always joining, so you never have to feel like the odd person out.In particular, Facebook has a variety of groups targeted to expats in Belgium.Often, there are folks who are looking to meet up in the ‘real’ world.Some of my closest friends in Belgium are people who commented regularly on my blog or emailed me privately.There are many others who I will likely never meet in person, but who have shared their expat experiences with me over the years.We run at a comfortable pace, in fact we fully adapt to your pace.
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.Sightjogging is a combination of sightseeing and jogging.This fun and active way of discovering cities is becoming increasingly popular all over the world: From New York to Tokyo, Prague, Johannesburg… Our team of local and passionate guides will take you on standard and tailor-made running tours, discovering the many surprising faces of Brussels.(Like any in-person meet-up, take normal precautions if you’re meeting someone in person for the first time.)Of course you can always get social with us on Facebook and Twitter.
Meeting people and making lasting connections can be difficult no matter where you live.
Another added bonus, as many expats in Brussels are hosting meals, someone is bound to be cooking that food from home you’re missing.