Famous or lesser-known, discover the must-sees of the city center

Brussels GrandPlace

You probably know Grand Place, Manneken-Pis, Galeries Royales Saint-Hubert, the “Îlot Sacré”, but do you really know their history and the legends behind them?

The Tour is different every day : During a picturesque walk through the alleys of the historic center, and according to your mood, we show you some of the must-see places in the city. We tell you History of Brussels, we narrate you its legends

Follow us through the most historic streets and alleys in the center of Brussels and let us show you the city!

Heritage, history, culture, we give you a great overview of the city. But we won’t forget to show you some more hidden places and to tell you some unusual anecdotes!

Price : Voluntary – Duration : 2 hours – Reservation required

Gaufre Bruxelles


You can reserve a place on one of the tours listed in this calendar, or contact us to arrange a private tour on the day of your choice!

Brussels highlights
brussels architecture


The “Brussels Highlight tour” is different each time: It depends on the mood of the guide, the desires of the group, the events in the city… We let ourselves be carried ; Brussels decides for us !

You will be able to find, perhaps…

– The beautiful Brussels Grand Place ;
– The Royal Palace ;
Sainte-Catherine district ;
Saint-Géry ; party place, but full of History !
Manneken Pis;
– The Palace of Justice and the Marolles district ;
– The “Pitta Street
Galeries Royales Saint-Hubert; among the oldest covered galleries in Europe
Mont des Arts ;
– …But also many small stories and anecdotes!

City Hall Brussels


Regular tours in english : Cost : Voluntary* Duration : About 2 hours Group max : 25 people Meeting point : In front of Hotel Amigo (next to Grand Place) rue de l’Amigo 1000 Brussels Private tour on demand in english, dutch or french

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* Voluntary cost, what does that mean?

It means that you decide the price you pay, fully aware of different things:
– The experience you’ve just had;
– The professionalism of the guide and the quality of the tour;
– The support you want to give to the project.

What do we do with the money we receive?
– We pay the fixed costs (taxes, advertising, web hosting, …) ;
– We pay ourselves;
– We develop new projects, visits, new activities;
– We drink beers, of course 😉

… “Voluntary cost” does not mean “free” !

More info on the philosophy of free and conscious pricing here (just in french, sorry)

Façades bruxelloises visibles lors de la visite Brusseleirs d'Hier et d'Aujourd'hui de Brussels By Foot