Guided tours for All

Brussels offers several opportunities to discover the destination for persons with disabilities: whether you have a prosthetic, are someone who has difficulty understanding, visually impaired or blind, deaf or hard of hearing or have a hearing aid.
The city can be discovered through its key attractions, by visiting the historical centre or even taking a theme-based tour featuring subjects such as Art Nouveau, comics, chocolate or heritage. There are several organisations that can provide you with services.

  • Visually impaired and/or blind people

  • Discover the port of Brussels

    Brussels by Water organizes guided boat tours that express the capital of Europe in a different light: as a ‘city near the water’. On deck you will explore the capital and its developments in a completely different way. A specialized guide will describe a canal scenery with numerous new architectural projects and green sites, as well as historical buildings and monuments. The canal has become one of these ‘new places to be’ in the capital.
    Duration: 2 hours

    More info: www.brusselsbywater.be or contact@brusselsbywater.be +32 2 203 64 06

  • Belgium's two treasures! Chocolate & beer tour

    We will start by visiting various chocolate shops, where you can discover some amazing tastings. Crunchy hazelnut, dark ganache, salted butter caramel, as well as ginger, tea, coffee, saffron or chili... Forget what you already know, because you will be stunned!

    The second part of our tour is dedicated to Belgian beer tasting, and introduces you to the bars and taverns around the Grand Place. It is a great way to discover small taverns and to mix with locals. You will sample beers that are all different in taste, but are nevertheless typically Belgium.
    Walking tour of the city center.

    More info: www.thebrusselsjourney.com or marie@bxljourney.com +32 499 25 93 06

  • People with comprehension difficulties

  • Brussels classics

    This tour brings together some of the most famous places. How did the city expand along the old Zenne bed, from the Grand Place to the centres of religion (the cathedral) and power (the Hofberg)?  Stories about past and present at the fair, the Saint-Hubertus galleries, the Grand Place, the Stoofstraat, Manneken Pis, the cathedrals of Saint-Michel and Saint-Gudula and even some lesser-known places.

    This guided visit is perfect to gain a better knowledge of our capital: we fit your itinerary to measure! More info: www.klarelijn.be or info@klarelijn.be +32 493 50 40 60

  • Hearing impaired people

  • Brussels comic strip

    The comic strip trail explores the interaction between artistic expression and an urban backdrop. This walk will appeal to people of all ages, and will immerse them completely in the amazing universe of comic strips. Whether you are passionate about comics or just an amateur reader or an attentive traveler, this trail conveys the stuff of dreams: a taste from another continent... Do you want to have a good time? Then be on the ball (or on the bubble in this case...). The guides from 'Itinéraires' know how to surprise you!

    More info: www.itineraires.be of info@itineraires.be +32 2 541 03 77

  • Persons with hearing aids or in wheelchairs

  • Brussels by Water (1 hour)

    Brussels by Water organizes guided boat tours that express the capital of Europe in a different light: as a ‘city near the water’. On deck you will explore the capital and its developments in a completely different way. A specialized guide will describe a canal scenery with numerous new architectural projects and green sites, as well as historical buildings and monuments. The canal has become one of these ‘new places to be’ in the capital.

    More info: www.brusselsbywater.be or contact@brusselsbywater.be +32 2 203 64 06

  • Useful link:

    www.handy.brussels, the travel guide for travelers with disabilities