Guided tours in Brussels this winter

Why not make the most of winter to (re)discover Brussels and its gems? Guided tours are organised every weekend! Embrace the end-of-year traditions, discover the winter atmosphere of Brussels’ neighbourhoods, and marvel at the interiors of the capital’s Art Nouveau buildings that keep their doors open to the public during the winter months!

Here is a selection of visits that will make sure you have a lovely time in our city during the festive period!

  • Evening guided tour of Brussels’ City Hall

    Exclusive evening openings

    21st– 22nd & 28th–29th DECEMBER

    This December, why not get out of the cold and go on a guided tour of Brussels’ City Hall in the evenings. Discover the Grand-Place’s illuminations and magical and festive atmosphere from inside the majestic City Hall. During your visit you will discover the history of the building and its political function as well as its prestigious spaces.

  • Art Nouveau masterpieces

    Explore.Brussels offers guided tours of exclusive Art Nouveau interiors like the Hôtel Max Hallet or Hôtel Solvay until the end of December. Don't hesitate!

  • In winter, Brussels reveals its mysteries: 26/11

    Once in Brussels offers you guided tour of Brussels and its mysteries by electric bike. The programme includes indoor visits, for those who like to come in, out of the cold.

  • Christmas lights – 14/12 at 17:00

    This guided tour by bike will have you dazzled as you soak up Brussels just as the Christmas lights come on in the evening… it’s magical!

  • Belgium Beer Days

    A beer-themed guided tour that teaches you everything you need to know about this jewel of Brussels heritage: the general story, along with many smaller anecdotes, the incredible palette of flavours and varieties… Best discovered and enjoyed in the evening. Cheers!

  • Brussels Greeters

    Discovering Brussels, is best done through the eyes of a local. Brussels' Greeters will plunge you into a magical atmosphere for a unique and personalised experience. Meet a Brussels inhabitant who loves their city during the end-of-year festivities (Make sure you stipulate "winter in Brussels" in your online request form). 

    Greets are available in French, Dutch, English, Italian, Spanish, Russian and German! A diverse range of languages that shows the capital's multicultural nature!