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The Belgian capital's main attraction has always been its long history and interesting culture, and visitors that come to the city first want to have a glimpse of the famous cathedrals, palaces, monuments, chocolate lace shops and of course beer.
But for the more adventurous traveller, outdoor and indoor activities in Brussels are found in plentiful at beautiful city parks, fun-filled water parks and plenty of adventure and water sports. The city welcomes all visitors with open arms, from the relaxing and leisure loving tourist to the more adventurous ones.
Discover the hidden treasures of Brussels on this half-day walking tour, and learn about the many symbols of secret societies like the Templars and the Illuminati that are spread all over the Belgian capital. Your guide will lead you to secret spots and old churches and tell you about the mysteries of Brussels' Grand Place and the old royal palace. Then enjoy a drink at the bar where famous Walloon painter Magritte found his inspiration.
Indulge in Belgium’s culinary delights while doing some sightseeing on this walking tour of Brussels. Venture past Brussels’ main sights including the UNESCO World Heritage-listed Grand Place, the glamorous Royal Galleries (Galeries Royales St-Hubert) and the legendary Manneken Pis statue. Along the way, stop at local restaurants, cafés, shops and taverns to savor Belgian specialties including mussels, frites, waffles, chocolate and beer!
Take this Brussels beer-tasting tour to discover why Belgium is so famous for its mouth-watering beers! No country in the world boasts a brewing tradition as rich and diverse as Belgium’s, and this tour is the perfect way to learn about the country's beer heritage and taste great beers. Numbers are limited to a maximum of 25 people on this small group Brussels Beer tasting tour, ensuring you'll receive personalized attention from your knowledgeable guide.
Follow the trail of World War I soldiers on this poignant full-day tour of the Flanders battlefields from Brussels. Focusing on the tributes that pepper the Belgian countryside around Ypres, the tour gives a well-considered introduction to both the tragedy and heroism associated with the world’s first major conflict. Visit evocative graves at the German Military Cemetery of Vladslo and Tyne Cot Commonwealth War Graves Cemetery, and then relax over lunch in a nice restaurant. Explore the In Flanders’ Field Museum, and finish by attending the Last Post Ceremony in Ypres.
Discover medieval history and Belgian mystery on this Ghent and Bruges day trip from Brussels. Explore the historic, UNESCO-listed cities of Ghent and Bruges — two of Flanders' special gems — with your guide. Visit top attractions such as St Bavo’s Cathedral, the ancient port, St Nicholas’ Church and the Castle of the Counts of Flanders in Ghent. Travel by coach through the Belgian and Flemish countryside to Bruges. There, marvel at Minnewater and wander cobblestone streets to the impressive Market Square and the Chapel of the Holy Blood.
Learn all about the Battle of the Bulge -- the massive surprise German offensive near the end of World War II -- on this moving and enlightening private tour from Brussels. Travel along the former front line of the Battle of the Bulge, seeing memorials, monuments and preserved tanks. Visit the Henri Chapelle American Cemetery and the German military cemetery at Recogne. Witness the site of the Malmedy massacre and the stunning Mardasson Memorial to fallen American soldiers near Bastogne, as well as the cemetery where General Patton was laid to rest. Being on a private tour ensures more personal attention from your knowledgeable guide and a more relaxed, intimate experience.