Surrealism in Brussels

Surrealism in Brussels

To be or not be, that is the question... So what did Magritte really mean when he painted the famous words "Ceci n’est pas une pipe" on his canvas? In an attempt to better understand Belgian surrealism, you will explore the places that the Belgian surrealists frequented, painted, lived in... The guide will also tell you why our capital is considered surreal!

Guided Tour Themes :  Off the beaten track - Surrealism 

Duration : 2.00 hours

Language Spoken :  Chinese - Dutch - English - French - German - Italian - Japanese - Polish - Portuguese - Russian - Spanish 

Indicative price for a group of maximum 25 people

Additional information : This tour may be combined with a site tour of the Magritte Museum downtown or the Magritte House in Jette (Anticipate a supplement for entrance tickets). This tour is also offered in one-hour (€130) or four-hour formats (€195). In addition, Itinéraires proposes the following services: transport coordination, tickets to museums, meals and drinks. Please note: for guides in Greek, Turkish, Danish, Chinese and Japanese, there is a surcharge of €35.

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