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Get ready to explore Belgium on a fun sight seeing tour! You can pick from a variety of tours, including an Art Nouveau & Art Deco Tour, a Waterloo Tour, and the classic Brussels City Tour. Their multilingual guides are both friendly and knowledgeable, ensuring that you'll learn a lot while you have fun.
Belgium is world renowned for its beers, and where better to sample them than Brussels? On the four-hour Brussels' Beer Tasting Tour, you'll get to see Brussels' historic center on foot while going between different bars and taverns. Your guide will give you all kinds of information about the history of the city, of Belgian beer and how to taste and appreciate the beers. Your tour includes eight tastes of beer, snacks and cheeses, and a visit of the Royal Puppet Theater Toone.
Belgian chocolate is known around the world as one of the country's sweetest products. On the Brussels Chocolate Walking Tour, you will get to immerse yourself in the beauty of Brussels as well as all things chocolate. This four hour walking tour will take you past many of the most iconic landmarks of the city as you learn about the history of Belgian chocolate. After you've got the history down, you will get to sample the goods in several famous chocolate boutiques, as well as a one hour workshop where you will learn all yhe basics of making your own chocolate. You even get to bring your creations home with you to enjoy!
Get to know the beautiful city of Brussels without denting your wallet on Sandeman's popular free walking tour. Over two and a half hours, your guide will show you all the major sights and attractions of the city, including Manneken Pis, the Grand Place, Town Hall, the birthplace of the TinTin comic and many more. Along the way, your guide will share all kinds of interesting historical facts and fun anecdotes about the city past and present.
Explore Brussels in a new way with Brussels Bike Tours. Starting at Grand Place, this 3 1/3 hour cycling tour takes you all over the city. Enjoy the leisurely bike ride as you see at least 12 major sites and learn about the city's interesting history. Halfway through the tour you'll take a break to try some of the country's world famous fries. Brussels Bike Tours provides a bike you can use for the tour.
Visitors who want to see the city of Brussels and the surrounding areas by water are in for a treat with River Tours. Boats will take you around Belgium's canals to give you a new perspective on the beauty of the country. Many tours also offer snacks, meals and drinks, so you can make a day of it.
Like most important European cities, Brussels developed by the water. Until the mid-19th Century, the river Senne crossed the entire city and up until the early 20th Century there was even a harbor in the city's center. Now, only the port and the canal Brussels-Charleroi remain. Brussels by Water wishes to revive the importance of water for this city. It organizes guided cruises on the city's watercourses and also offers long boating excursions departing from Brussels. See a different side of Brussels!
Take the Waterbus and see Brussels from a new perspective. This service runs on the Zenne Canal between Brussels and Vilvoorde, a route that goes about 10 kilometers (6.2 miles). The boat also stops at Bruxelles-les-Bains, the Van Praet Bridge, and Pac des Trois Fontaines. There is complimentary WiFi on the boat as well.