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Brussels Guided Bike Tour: Highlights and Hidden Gems

1. Brussels Guided Bike Tour: Highlights and Hidden Gems

Head out on a bike to discover Brussels' famous landmarks and hidden gems with the help of your local guide. Explore different neighborhoods of the city and see how they are all distinct and unique. Make a stop along the way to sit down and enjoy a drink at one of the cozy terraces in the city.  Hop on your bike for a great introduction to Brussels and its widely diverse neighborhoods. Pedal past the Marolles, the Fish Market, and the Courthouse, but also some less obvious spots that will offer you a surprising view of the city. Make stop around half-way of the tour and put aside your bicycle to have a short break in a cozy bar or terrace with the group. After, continue to discover more of what Brussels has to offer. 

Brussels: The Origin of the City Exploration Game

2. Brussels: The Origin of the City Exploration Game

Play detective for the day as you enjoy a top-secret mission to explore the picturesque sights of Brussels! Solve challenges on your phone with friends and family, and unlock directions to your next location while admiring the city's most incredible spots. Admire the many gems that Brussels has to offer en route, from the Black Tower, and the Grand-Place, to le Mont des Arts. Take on the role of Olympus Peraux, a world-famous detective hired by Princess Astrid of Sweden to investigate her own security for an upcoming wedding with Prince Leopold of Belgium. Learn the history of Brussels while having fun during this exciting 2-3 hour game. Play on your own, with a group, or in competition with another team.

Brussels: Walking Tour from Central Station to Manneken Pis

3. Brussels: Walking Tour from Central Station to Manneken Pis

As capital of Belgium and of the European Union, Brussels offers the best of many worlds: from Gothic architecture to Art Nouveau, from historical places of interest like the Triumphal Arch in the Jubilee Park and the Palace of Justice to the Atomium, the icon of modernity, which was built to celebrate the Universal Exhibition Expo 58. The medieval town center is both trendy and traditional. Brussels is inviting with interesting contrasts, openness and a lot of vitality. Most impressive however, is the Grand Place with its Gothic Town Hall and gold leaf decorated facades of the guild houses. And of course, courtesy obliges you to pay a visit to Manneken Pis.

Brussels: Private Guided Tour

4. Brussels: Private Guided Tour

Explore Brussels and see the highlights on a guided tour. Begin with a pickup from your hotel in downtown Brussels in a luxurious and air-conditioned car. Learn about the Belgian capital’s history as you spot signature sights such as the Mannekin Pis peeing boy statue and St Michael’s Cathedral. Admire the Grand Place, note the flamboyant buildings of the art nouveau quarter, absorb the views from the dome of the National Basilica of the Sacred Heart, and more. Enjoy a flexible itinerary with the option to tailor the sightseeing to your interests.

Brussels: Private Tour from Zeebrugge

5. Brussels: Private Tour from Zeebrugge

Explore the city of Brussels by private 8 seater Volkswagen Caravelle and see the many sights of Brussels, including the Atomium, the gothic cathedral, the Jubilee Park with king Leopold II's museum island, and Universal Exhibition Halls. Explore the city freely and visit the fish market over the Halles Saint-Géry. Be astonished by the most beautiful market square of Europe, the "Grand Place". Experience panoramic views over the entire city at the 19th century Palace of Justice. Get restaurant recommendations for your lunch break. Go for "haute cuisine" or for simple but delicious mussels with fries. Taste delicious chocolates have a Gueuze beer at à la Mort Subite and a waffle at Cirio. Transfer back to the Zeebrugge Cruise Terminal, or to a location of your choice in or around Zeebrugge.

Brussels: Heart of Europe Full-Day Sightseeing Tour

6. Brussels: Heart of Europe Full-Day Sightseeing Tour

Brussels has grown from a 10th-Century fortress town, founded by a descendant of Charlemagne, into a major world metropolis of more than one million inhabitants. More than just the capital of Belgium, it is the center of the European Union and has a wealth of attractions to uncover. For this private 8-hour tour you will be met at your hotel and taken by minivan to visit all the major sights of the city. See the imposing 19th-Century Palace of Justice and the elaborate Cathedral of the city’s twin patrons, Saints Michael and Gudule. Take in the modern buildings of the EU district. Architecture buffs will know Brussels for its Art Nouveau architecture. Many were designed by Victor Horta and you will visit one of his finest creations, the former Waucquez Warehouse. Now home to the Comic Strip Museum, it has inspired larger-then-life comic strip murals all over the city. Look out for some of them as you drive. Your personal guide will point out sights and fill you in on the rich tapestry of the city’s local characters. You will visit royal palaces and sample local produce, such as the lambic Gueuze beer. You will pass parks, witness a thriving fashion scene and see the notoriously tiny Manneken Pis. After a 3-course lunch, you will continue on foot to wander through the historic city center. You will go to the Grand Place to see its beautiful guild house gables, wander past the imposing 19th-Century Stock Market, and visit the Kathelijneplein, or Place St Cathérine.    

Brussels: Highlights Private Tour

7. Brussels: Highlights Private Tour

Your expert guide will pick you up from Brussels Airport and show you a city full of culture and beautiful architecture. In the morning you will discover the city by car see the many sights of Brussels, including the Atomium, the gothic cathedral, the 19th century Palace of Justice with its panoramic view over the entire city, the Jubilee Park with king Leopold II's museum island and universal exhibition halls. For lunch you can go your own way, with some recommendations of course. You can go for "haute cuisine" or for simple but delicious mussels with fries. Afterwards explore the city on foot, from the fish market over the Halles Saint-Géry to one of the most beautiful market squares in Europe, the "Grand Place".

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What people are saying about Palace of Justice

Overall rating

4.5 / 5

based on 41 reviews

We met in a quiet square on the northern side of the city centre, picked up the bikes from a building on the square (they are not ebikes by the way, but they have 7 gears so the gentle hills on the ride are no issue). Rode around stopping from time to time for some history and explanation from our extremely on knowledgeable guide. We were lucky with nice weather but this was an awesome start to the weekend in Brussels...getting to see and learn at a comfortable pace. We also stopped at a very nice bar in the park near the end

very fun and interesting game. the puzzles are quite affordable without being too simple. we were able to discover places that we would not necessarily have thought of visiting. to recommend!

Great experience with a guide who has a clear passion and deep knowledge of the city, it’s history, the neighbourhoods and the hidden gems.

For a day trip, a bike tour is the best way to see most of the city in a short time. Start with it to get a vibe of the city.

The guide was knowledgeable and extremely friendly. The bikes were in great condition. A great way to explore Brussels.