Brussels is also great by foot
Do you detest bicycles, even electric ones? Are you visiting Brussels with your children who are too old for our child seats but too young for our bicycles? Do you not have a full half-day?
We have the answer: a Once Upon a Time in Brussels walk with no electric bikes! We suggest that you stay in the town center, not too far from the Grand’Place and its points of interest. We’ll go where the wind takes us, according to what you want to do.
We keep the same ingredients: an unusual visit, a different view of our capital city, fascinating anecdotes, some surprising history and why not a quick culinary tasting session?
Do you already know the centre of our beautiful capital city like the back of your hand and want to discover other districts or a historical museum? Just make your request in advance, and anything is possible!
We can help you discover
the European district,
the Cinquantenaire and its surroundings, the areas around
the Ixelles ponds, the Coudenberg Museum, the Belgian Chocolate Village and many other places still.
Some lovely and fascinating walks in the offing!
Our walks are available all year long, only on request.
They are always private, a guide being able to take care up to 25 people.
Custom-made routes and prices.
EXTRA OPTION EXAMPLES:
- Meal in a typical restaurant.
- Taste a Brussels waffle.
- Discover the products of the Dandoy biscuit factory.
- Taste handmade chocolates.
- Discover the world of beer.
- Visit the Coudenberg Museum, an underground tour to discover the remains of the palace of Charles V.
- Visit a museum of your choice.