Europolitan Seven: Brussels City Instagrammers

Our City Instagrammers series showcases the life in cities across Europe. We find some of the most hip city photographers across Europe – from Helsinki and Cologne to Lisbon and Trieste

Here we profile seven Brussels-based Instagram accounts you have to follow to keep up with what is going on in that mysterious city.  If you follow them, you will learn about cool spots, you will see stunning architecture, and you will get a sense of different sides of Brussels. 


Andreea, a blogger, originally from Romania will make you visit all the places and restaurants that she visited. 


Isabel, a Mexican blogger – turned Slovenian – turned Belgian, just recently arrived to Brussels. In a short time since Isabel arrived to Brussels, she has already made an impact on the Brussels’ Instagram scene. 


A curated account, managed by Boro, which aims to connect people with the city since 2014. For your daily dose of Brussels inspiration follow their Instagram account and their micro magazine. You can always inspire the city together. 


Zahra, originally from Vienna, now lives in Brussels and posts great photos of the EU Quarter and beyond. Her photos are colorful and capture the mood. 


This account feeds the unique street styles of Brussels. We often wonder how she manages to catch all those interesting characters that are featured in her account.  


Amadeus was born in France and now studies architecture in Brussels. His photos beautifully capture shades and lines.


Sandy created the first blog that all expats stumble upon. Recently her Instagram feed has been less devoted to Brussels due to her constant foreign adventures; nevertheless, a must see feed for all the beautiful doors around the city and countless tips on savory bites and drinks. 

For more inspiration from Brussels follow Kate @kateinbrussels, who also beautifully captures the city and a good part of the rest of the world.

Let us know if we missed your favorite Instagram account?

Author: Karolina

Karolina is a blogger for Europolitan Trends, sharing stories about cities & regions, local businesses, and inspiring urban details. She is a public affairs professional, always ready to travel and explore.

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