Brussels is not only the home to European set of institutions. It also has a dynamic red right district. The red light district in Brussels is compact and isn’t as prominent as the red light district in Amsterdam. There is activity on several streets of Brussels but mainly concentrated in the north of the central city. The dim blue and red glowing neon lights will alert you to these areas.Prostitution itself is legal in Belgium, but the law prohibits operating brothels and other forms of pimping or assisting immigration for the purpose of prostitution. However, in practice enforcement can be lax and “unofficial” brothels are tolerated.
This video shows scenes from main red light street Rue d’Aerschot just at the exit the Gare du Nord station. After midnight, the shops light up with blue and red neon lights. About a dozen shop windows come alive; girls writhe in glow in the dark underwear to attract would-be customers.
This area is filled with kebab shops, fast food shops and night shops. Night shops stay open until the small hours of the morning supplying tobacco, alcohol and snack foods.

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