Option B, the tourism program of the capital, launched by the city of Brussels, offers a 7th theme that is appropriate for the time: games. Whether it’s a physical version (board and pawns) or virtual/video, the game is gaining momentum. In Brussels, people play from places like Kings and Queens Café, where the menu combines board games, beer and pizza, to escape rooms or museums like the Pixel Museum, where you can test consoles or the Pinball Museum. with his collection of vintage pinball machines. Varieties of modern treasure hunting, quests to play on the street with a smartphone and make you visit the city while having fun.
From time to time, gamers in the capital also get together: “Made in Asia” in early March in Heysel for fans of manga, anime, cosplay and video games or Comic Con in Brussels in May at Tour & Taxis for geeks who are fond of fantasy, comics, manga. ..
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The Option B site also lists specialty shops and highlights the most interesting places in Brussels for playful selfies, must-sees, filming locations or addresses that made history.