Brussels’ unmissable guided tours

Brussels’ unmissable guided tours

Whether they are original (a romantic tour in a Citroën 2CV, or a Segway ride), monumental (Brussels’ Town Hall) or musts, tours with a passionate guide are the best possible way to really get to know a city.

Here are the guided tours that are not to be missed – under any circumstances – if you want to make sure you’ve taken in the best of Brussels.

  • The best of Brussels by bike

    The Brussels Bike Tour is our favourite when it comes to bicycle tours of the capital! Every day (from April to October) a young and dynamic guide takes you on a tour of Brussels’ unmissable spots. The tour lasts 3 and a half hours and includes a stop at the famous Maison Antoine chip shop (included in the price). Tickets sell like hot cakes, so make sure you book yours quickly!

  • The hidden side of Brussels’ City Hall

    Brussels’ City Hall is one of the most beautiful in the country. It proudly displays its facades and their innumerable sculptures, its perfect proportions and the incomparable beauty of its tower, (atop of which sits the Archangel Saint-Michel). Now you get the exclusive chance to visit the interior of this iconic building, every Wednesday or Sunday.

  • Chocolate and beer: an unexpected marriage made in heaven

    Probably one of the best tours out there that combines chocolate and beer tasting sessions. After the Brussels Journey, Marie shares with you her passion for these two Belgian specialities, and happily, Brussels has a lot to offer. Travel through Brussels, visiting some of its most extraordinary spots where heritage and gastronomy go hand in hand. Every day, from Wednesday to Sunday.

  • 100% chocolate

    Groovy Brussels offers you its Chocolate Tour. It’s a must in Brussels, with a dozen or so pralines to be tasted in some of the capital’s most prestigious chocolate shops. To be enjoyed without moderation!

  • Exceptional Art Nouveau interiors

    Art Nouveau 1900: A visit to marvel at Brussels’ most beautiful Art Nouveau facades (including some UNESCO-listed examples). It’s a unique opportunity to explore the inside of these remarkable houses and other venues that only open to the general public on special occasions.
    Every Saturday at 10:00.