Must-see guided tours of Brussels' heritage

Whether it's your first visit to Brussels or a trip to rediscover the capital of Europe, don't miss any of the city's heritage highlights, thanks to our selection of guided tours.

Visit Brussels' monuments and unmissable places to tou the city without missing a thing, or try one of the extraordinary and original visits to discover the city's lesser-known facets. You really are spoilt for choice.

With their original explanations and delectable anecdotes, the guides take you on their guided tours that take in all the major locations that have shaped Brussels' history.

  • Brussels City Tour – visit Brussels by bus

    If you're visiting Brussels, the Brussels City Tours is made for you! Every day of the summer, climb aboard this red double-decker and you're off on a panoramic visit to discover all the capital's emblematic sights: the Atomium, the Royal district, Grand-Place, Koekelberg Basilica, The Royal Domain, the European Quarter, the Palace of Justice, …and other treasures along this route through Brussels.

    (commentary in several languages)

  • Visit the Cathedral of Saint Michael and Saint Gudula

    If you haven't yet had the chance to visited the Cathedral of Saint Michael and Saint Gudula, then it's high time you took a guided tour. It's the perfect chance to learn more about Gothic art, the symbolism of the stained glass windows, and the history of this remarkable religious building.

    Good news! Guided tours are available from 14:00 to 15:00 every Saturday, throughout the year.

  • The Jacques Brel walk

    Armed with an audio guide for the "J'aime l'accent bruxellois" walk, dicover Brussels in the company of Jacques Brel. As you walk, he tells you about his city and his love for her. Songs, interviews, commentaries and anecdotes; the 'grand Jacques', his wife Miche and his daughter France are your guides on this emotional walk.

  • Brussels' heritage and gastronomy

    Combine both Brussels' heritage and its gastronomy as you discover unmissable spots and culinary specialities. Follow the guides as you set off for iconic monuments like the Grand-Place and the Royal Saint Hubert galleries, not forgetting the legendary Manneken-Pis.
    Stop down little alleys for gourmet breaks in cafés, typical restaurants and taverns where you can taste Brussels' specialities: mussels, golden chips, chocolate and, of course, countless beers. Don't hesitate to try this visit.

  • The hidden face of Brussels' Town Hall

    Brussels' Town Hall is one of the most beautiful in the country. Its flamboyant facade, with its majestic sculptures and dizzying tower are just a flavour of the treasures that lie within.
    You can get exclusive visits of the interior on Wednesdays and Sundays.

  • A royal horse and carriage ride

    spacious Victoria carriage drawn by horses... now that's a royal way to visit Brussels with your family and friends. It is also undoubtedly the most beautiful way to admire the Grand-Place and its mythical surrounding area. To have this unforgettable experience, make your way down to rue Charles Buls where the carriages await seven days a week.

  • Daily walking tours

    Here are some regular guided tours that let you take in the heart of Brussels. Make your way down to the Grand-Place and look out for the colourful umbrellas of passionate guides. They will help you to discover - in your own language - the must-see spots of the centre of Brussels. Walks set off almost every hour, and are ideal for last minute guided tours... (psst: don't forget a tip for your guide!)