Bourse, Brussels: Tours & Tickets
What people are saying about Bourse, Brussels
A great way to spend time on a rainy day
We have used guided bus tours before so knew what to expect. I booked a ticket on line but didn’t manage to put my ticket in my phone’s wallet. The driver was able to help us by letting us hop on the bus to the main station where he pointed us to a print shop where we were able to print a valid ticket. Once we had the ticket we were able to access both tour routes. The blue route 1 is the longer of the two, you can listen to a commentary in English. If the weather is up to it you can ride in the open section of the bus, if not there is downstairs, but the views are not so good. In bad weather they put a cover of the top deck. The blue route takes over an hour, the shorter red route,, Less than an hour.
Bike tour was very interesting. The guide was talking a lot interesting facts about Brussels and told some funny stories. Guide asks me what i want to see and what is interesting for me because i was only who taked this tour that day. I very enjoyed and liked this tour and recommend it for everyone. Its the best way to see the city like people who are living there see it. You also can get some tips from the guide.
The instructions how to get there from the app were a bit misleading. We had to look quite hard and roam for about over an hour until eventually figure it out. The experience itself is worthwhile, certainly will give more knowledge about the city. Will recommend it.
As i was in winter, the busses worked just from 10- 14:30 and that was not too much. So of u book, book a 48h ticket to enjoy all the rides. The trip was agradable. The language of the audio could be in portuguese...they didnt have it.. i heard it in english
We do these in almost all the cities we go to. Think it’s the greatest way of seeing a city to know what we want to do and what we should do. The ability to get off and on is extremely helpful in navigating what we do.