Brussels is much more than the home of Herge, creator of Tintin; much more than the "Art Nouveau" that found its full expression here thanks to architect Victor Horta; and more also than home to the main institutions of the European Union; The lively pace of this ancient city makes Brussels seem forever young. To capture its spirit, we suggest you take a walk around the Grand Place, and then move on to the lively Béguinage, where you’ll find the ever popular Manneken Pis sculpture of a little boy answering a call of nature. We also propose a visit to Coudenberg Hill, and another to Parc Royal – the elegant and aristocratic districts of Brussels. And of course, a not-to-be missed visit to the Flemish masterpieces in the Museum of Ancient Art.
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Package- This package comprises many audio visits and walks. Use it to visit the main points of interest in Brussels.
3 audio walks to discover at your own pace the districts of Brussels. Each one lasts between 1 and 2 hours and a half. But of course, you may bypass the chapters and places you are not interested in.
Discovered Districts: The Grand Place and the surrounding area, The Upper Town and the Place Royale, The Coudenberg Hill and the Sablon squares
1 audio visit of the museum of Ancient Art in Brussels.