Order English books with free delivery in Brussels.

If you are not in a rush, English books can be delivered free to your door of office. Most of the time the books in a shop in Brussels are more expensive compared to an online order, including delivery costs.  If you order more than three books, expect savings in the order of of 30-40%.  Also, if you look for rare books which are not in stock, an online order is most likely your preferred option. Our partner website  amazon has millions of English books in stock. When ordering through that link above, we receive a little commission. But for standard books and to support your local economy, you can also order many books on the Waterstones website for click and collect in the Brussels branch of Waterstones.

Disclaimer: We receive a small commission for amazon orders made through our website, which helps us to promote authors writing about Brussels and the idea of cheaper English books for Brussels.

The English Bookstore in Brussels – find English books in Brussels

English-bookshop.be is there to show you how, where and when to get your books in retail stores and how to find the best deals for online orders of English books with free delivery in Belgium. Yes, most of the time, the local English bookshops  are 20% – 60% more expensive than our recommended online shop for English books. But we are pretty sure that normally you save money (and hassle) by ordering your English books in Brussels online. Free delivery to your letter box in Brussels! Click here to see the 2.5 Mio English books to be delivered to your letterbox within a few days.

If you like to see books before buying, or you are in a rush, here are the opening hours, addresses etc. of Waterstones Brussels, Sterling Books, FNAC and a very nice travel bookshop in Brussels.

But don’t forget to compare online book shops. The retail bookstores, especially in Brussels, are almost always more expensive than online shops.

We have also collected some information for English bookshop Gent and English bookstore Antwerpen.

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English Newspapers in Brussels

English newspapers in Brussels can be bought in many newspaper stalls. The largest selection of newspapers and special interest magazines is available at Waterstones Brussels, but many newspapers are available at the gare du Midi train station and of course at Zaaventem airport.

An English newspaper from Brussels called The Bulletin stopped it printed edition in summer 2012. Another English language publication is Flanders today, which offers a free subsription in Belgium including Brussels. Last but not least, the equally free weekly publication Bruzz contain the trilingual supplement Agenda.

All addresses of English bookshops and bookstores like Sterling Bookstore and Waterstones Brussels.