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    I loved moving to Brussels. But after a while I felt homesick. On InterNations I met a bunch of people from the US. That helped a lot.

InterNations - The Place for Lithuanians in Brussels

Sveiki to all Lithuanians in Brussels! Searching for other Lithuanians in Brussels? Looking for reliable and useful insider tips from fellow Lithuanians for example, where in Brussels can I find a Lithuanian restaurant? Or where in Brussels can I find some cepelinai?

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  • Help with Actiris
    8 replies
    Aug 14, 08:44

    Hi, i"ve just retourned from my holiday russian: ja bel v MockBo, zamichatilna! no davai ti ochish mnja russki jazik, mne nada esho uchitsa russki, budu vam platit i magu tebe pamgat v fravsuski …

  • English teacher wanted (nativ speaker)
    4 replies
    Aug 19, 00:17

    I am an experienced English teacher (general, business, face to face, online) elainejulia333@hotmail.com

  • Mass hold in EN?
    12 replies
    Nov 27, 19:34

    Hi Asta, Sint Anthony is a very nice Catholic church in Brussels with masses in the English language. http://www.saint-anthony.be/ Other (Catholic) possibilities are the church close Merode. Next …

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Lithuanian Expats in Brussels Exchange Tips and Advice

InterNations is the perfect place for Lithuanian expats in Brussels to find the help and resources they have been looking for. The "Capital Of Europe" will soon become your new home with our InterNations community - we help you to take full advantage of your new life here!

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Mingle with Fellow Lithuanians in Brussels at Our Events and Activities

Our Brussels community is also very active offline. Our members get to enjoy a range of events and activities on monthly and weekly basis, e.g. a great dinner at Brussels’s fanciest restaurant organized by our InterNations Ambassadors, or a weekend trip to explore Belgium’s unique vibe. These events and activities are a perfect and casual way to get in touch with fellow Lithuanian expats in your city and Lithuanians in Belgium. Interested? Simply sign up for membership and join the ranks of our Lithuanians living in Brussels.

  • Kelly Powell

    I loved moving to Brussels. But after a while I felt homesick. On InterNations I met a bunch of people from the US. That helped a lot.

  • Maria Lombardi

    You can really get lost in the "capital of Europe" - InterNations helped me to get settled and to make a lot of expat friends.

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