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Brussels: Free Walking Tour with Booking Fee

Brussels: Free Walking Tour with Booking Fee

From US$ 2.32 per person

Explore Brussels for free with a passionate local guide. Discover the rich history of its iconic city center and marvel at its treasures on this popular 2-hour walking tour.

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Free cancellation
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Duration 2 hours
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English, Spanish


  • Marvel at Brussels' centuries-old Grand Place
  • Explore the hidden gems in the old town area
  • Learn about Brussels' food and beer culture
  • Discover the stories behind Brussels most famous monuments
  • Take in panoramic views of the city from Mont des Arts
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Book an advanced reservation for Brussels’s popular free city tour and enjoy an informative 2-hour walking tour of the city’s main attractions. Learn about the city's history from passionate expert guides. These local guides offer their services for free in the belief that you deserve the best possible tour, no matter what your travel budget is. Because they work for their tips, every tour is consistently one of the best. Listen to your guide as they walk you through the history of Brussels, from its origins as a muddy village on the Zenne River, to its current status as the Political Capital of Europe. Travel along unique routes that you won't find on other tours, and hear previously untold stories. See the famous Grand Place and discover the city’s historic center. Pass the Manneken Pis, stroll by the Royal Galleries, enjoy a panoramic view from Mont des Arts and much more. Discover history in an entertaining and accessible way, and enjoy one of the most popular tours in the city.
  • Free guided tour of Brussels's main sights
  • 2 booking fee (for a guaranteed spot)
  • Entrance to museums
  • Hotel pickup and drop-off
  • Tips
  • Food and drinks
Not suitable for
  • People with mobility impairments
  • Wheelchair users

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  • Unfortunately, this tour is not suitable for wheelchair users and people with mobility impairments
  • Please note that the payment is for the booking fee; at the end of the tour, you have the opportunity to tip the tour guide for their effort
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4.7 /5

based on 450 reviews

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Highly recommend booking this one - really friendly guy from Venezuela. Started with history of the Grand Place and then picked out the main tourist areas of Brussels. Really knowledgable with a great sense of humour. Plenty of advice for seeing the city -please if you enjoy this tour, give the guy a decent tip. Some other companies charge £20-30 per person for these tours

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February 13, 2020

Due to the various train strikes in France in December 2019, we had to postpone our tour by a few hours, but the operator/organiser for this activity was SUPER helpful and understanding. Once we made it to the tour, the guide was excellent. Her knowledge of the area (she said she'd been doing the tour for many years) was very impressive and she was also very funny (although I think some people didn't understand). I highly recommend the tour and please remember to tip well!

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January 13, 2020

This was 2h well spent. I've been on similar tours in other places/cities and it tends to be a 'numbers fest' where you're inundated with dates, names of famous people and statistics about their respective lives. The walking trip around Brussels was refreshingly different. There were some facts and figures sure, but the talk also captured the essence of the Brussels people and we learnt stuff about where the best waffles come from and about the permanent bureaucratic tensions between Federal/Regional/ Provincial governments in Brussels. Brussels people we found have a unique quirkiness manifested in competing architecture, slight asymmetry of a building on Grand Place, Don Quixote and a grand statue of King Albert over shadowing his much plainer wife. We felt when the tour guide spoke, humour wasn't far away and delivered with an astonishing command [both of words and delivery] of the English language. It puts our knowledge of European languages to shame. He was brilliant!

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January 8, 2020

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