The cosmopolitan Brussels

Full of life. How can such an international city feel so close and, at times, so welcoming? Discover this mystery.


Walking tours – Our suggestions for casual travellers.

Brussels Comics Tour

A different tour through the center of Brussels, which will help you to understand the importance of comics in Belgium and you will see some of the most important murals in the city.

Duration: 2h 30m.

From 15€

Book now your weekly tour (ONLY in Spanish)

Book now your private tour

The Sheroes’ journey in Brussels

Did you know that working women were a key part of the success of Expo 58 and Atomium? Which Belgian queen entered the tomb of the famous pharaoh Tutankhamun as soon as it was discovered? Did Belgian women fight in the World Wars?

Duration: 2h 30m

From 15€

Book now your weekly tour

Book now your private tour

Tours in your mobile – For the most technological travellers.

Molenbeek canal

Origins of Brussels City Exploration Game

There is life beyond Grand-Place! Play a city game and explore the streets of Brussels while you solve challenges and learn the fascinating history behind each exciting location.

Important: You need to download in your smartphone the app Questo to play.

Duration: 2h

From: €6,99

Book now (only in English)

Brussels Land of Comic Books City Exploration Game

Let’s discover the walls dedicated to comics dispersed all around Brussels! Tintin, Lucky Luke, the Smurfs, and more will be your guides in a walk full of clues and hidden gems.

Important: You need to download in your smartphone the app Questo to play.

Duration: 2h

From: €6,99

Book now (only in English)


NEW ADVENTURES AND EXPERIENCES VERY SOON


Why you must visit Brussels?

This wonderful town is well known for being one of the political and cultural seats of the European Union, and for having a baroque boy who urinates shamelessly. The truth is that the thoughts we hear most often in our work are:

Brussels is not what I expected: I should have dedicated a few more days here.

Appearances and soulless trips usually deceive our senses.

Brussels and its people have a lot to offer. One of our aims is also to alleviate the historic centre from large groups of tourists and to offer a broad view of the other districts. In total, Brussels has 19 districts and to show only one of them is to detract from the opportunities and knowledge of curious travellers.

The options we offer are very diverse and adapt for people with reduced mobility (except within some museums or collaborating partners, in which case we will always specify this in the description). In the case of private tours, they are very flexible, and we can adapt them according to the interests of each group. We have enabled a “comments” section in the purchase of each experience so that you can write all those diverse needs that we should take into account.

Are you ready to discover all the experiences that the Capital of Europe has to offer?

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