Guided tours for groups

Good wine needs no bush. During this tour we string all of the famous spots together. How did the city develop between the old river beds of the Senne, via...
During the tour your guide will show you a reservoir called 'Groote Pollepel', a statue of Peter Pan, expensive hotels, high places of politics, statues of famous figures, and more...
At a time when the neo styles (neo-gothic, neo-renaissance etc.) were very popular in many Belgian towns, the architect Victor Horta launched a totally new form and style in 1893:...
The former port of Brussels was bombarded 'new residential area' at the beginning of the 20th century. After the Great War, the fashionable Art Deco style was used in many...
1929 saw not only the birth of Popeye the Sailor man, in Brussels in the same year it was none other than Tintin/Kuifje who saw the daylight! Belgium thus became...
Few people are aware of the importance Brussels holds in literature. Sir Walter Scott, lord Byron, Charlotte and Emily Brontë, William Makepeace Thackery, James Fennimore Cooper, Ouida, W. H. Auden,...
Every commune in Brussels has at least one cemetery. Some are better known than others. The majority of the cemeteries originated around the middle of the 19th century. At that...
In the period between the First and Second World Wars, many buildings were constructed in the Brussels area in the Art Deco style. Our guides have devised various walks which...
The history of the Leopold Park is one of constant change. It began in 1852 with the creation of a zoological and botanical garden. The price of the entrance was...
You don't have to go to London pubs or Viennese coffee houses ... there are some great 'drinks outlets' in Brussels too! During this walk through the centre we stop...
During the reign of King Leopold II, Brussels (finally) acquired a number of stately avenues. The early twentieth century also saw the addition of a number of stunning new creations,...
After the First World War, nothing would ever be the same again. Cooperatives were set up to improve the inhuman conditions in which large numbers of people were living. These...
Our guides are real all-rounders. This walk through the historic heart of the capital will give you a picture of the who, what and where of Jazz in Brussels. As...
In tribute to the founder of Art Nouveau architecture, this walk takes us from the centre of Brussels to the centre of Schaerbeek. The different facets of Victor Horta will...
This one's not a coach tour - it's time to take the Metro! The Brussels Metro, or underground, is one of the most striking in the world from an artistic...
When the Spanish conquistadors returned from deepest South America with shiploads of cocoa beans, they did their best to keep their dark gold to themselves, but chocolate production nevertheless appeared...
If there is one Belgian (Brussels) singer who enjoys fame abroad, then it has to be the 'Grand Jacques'. He lived for a number of years within the pentagon formed...
This walk takes place just outside the city centre, around the prestigious Avenue Louise neighbourhood. In 1893 Victor Horta designed a first building demonstrating a totally new form and style...
The Marolles district can be found at the foot of the Palace of Justice. This is an area that has fluctuated between wealth and poverty. Renaissance painter Pieter Brueghel lived...