Feminist/Artistic/Queer? This Could Be Your Dream Getaway

Here’s why Girls Heart Brussels is the ideal mini break.


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We’ve had Girls Heart Brussels on our radar for some time now. This awesome annual weekender in the Belgian capital is perfect for queer feminists with a penchant for the arts. Literally every aspect of this unique holiday is hand-picked to appeal to the discerning dyke. So if your idea of heaven is exploring galleries exhibiting stunning female art, discovering queer heritage through fascinating guided tours and dining out at gorgeous LGBT-owned restaurants, all in the company of like-minded women, then this is the mini break for you.

 

This year it’s Girls Heart Brussels’ fifth birthday and from 21 - 23 April, you’re invited to embrace Art Brussels weekend. You’re offered a loose itinerary for the weekend, which you’re free to follow at your own pace, adding to the leisurely, creative atmosphere. Just make sure you attend the Friday night welcome drinks, where you’ll get to mingle with both fellow participants and local women (Brussels has a thriving lesbian scene). Plus you’ll also be treated to a concert by veritable dreamboat Miaux

 

Girls Heart Brussels’ package deal includes free entrance to various art fairs, a ticket to the amazing afterparty on Saturday night hosted by legendary Catclub, several off-programmes and the welcome drinks on Friday evening. You can also choose to take advantage of their reduced accommodation rates for the lovely Hotel Bloom

 

Find out more about their programme and package deals on their website here. Then book directly here for a gloriously sapphic weekend away.

 

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