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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: Outdoor City Escape Game With Drinks

2. Brussels: Outdoor City Escape Game With Drinks

Want to know what happened last night in Brussels? The game starts in the middle of the city, in the basement of an old bar. Meet with your game master, pick up the gear and download the app that will help you in your quest. With your friends/colleagues and a good sense of adventure, walk about 3km, discover Brussels, and stop by some bars for refreshments. Solve riddles, unlock free drinks, and continue the hunt. The game lasts about 2h and 30 minutes.

Brussels: Private 3-Hour Sightseeing Walking Tour

3. Brussels: Private 3-Hour Sightseeing Walking Tour

Meet your guide in the lobby of your hotel if centrally located or at a centrally located meeting point in Brussels. On foot, discover the historical city center of Brussels including a visit of the famous Grand Place with its beautiful guild houses and surroundings such as the St Hubertus galleries, and the notoriously statue of Manneken Pis. Discover the Place de la Bourse Square with its imposing 19th-century stock market, the Place de la Monnaie Square with its opera house, and the Saint Goedele cathedral. Continue and take a stroll in the Warande Park until you reach the Royal Palace. Walk towards the Sablon Square before descending back to the Grand Place. 

Brussels: Private Beers, Bars, and Live Music Tour by Night

4. Brussels: Private Beers, Bars, and Live Music Tour by Night

Join a friendly local guide for an authentic experience of Brussels after dark. Explore the ultra-trendy Quai aux Briques neighborhood, stopping off at some of the city’s best breweries and bars along the way. Enjoy a night out the way you like it – whether it’s listening to live music, sampling beer at a brewery, or sipping wine at a rooftop bar. Be paired with guides that are passionate about the place they call home and who choose to spend their free time sharing it with like-minded travelers matched to them. Meet your guide at the Quai aux Briques, a popular hub of relaxed nightlife stretching along the length of a rectangular pool. There you can listen to live music and enjoy drinks and dancing at Madame Moustache. Alternatively, visit Au Bassin, a trendy brewery where you can enjoy local beers (Belgium has over 1,100 original brews) in an old port warehouse. Stroll through the vibrant city at night, peering into crowded venues loved by locals as you make your way to the Grand Place in the city center. Once there, see attractions such as the King's House as well as opulent guildhalls. Head to a typical pub such as Poechenellekelder - where you can sip a cold one with a few traditional bar snacks, or visit L'Archiduc - an 80-year-old Art Deco-style cocktail bar with its own art gallery. If you still have time to kill, end your night at one of Brussels’ relaxed rooftop bars, with the Play Label Rooftop highly recommended.

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What people are saying about Bourse, Brussels

Overall rating

4.6 / 5

based on 53 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

This was a fantastic way to see parts of the city you might not venture too. Grim was a superb guide and obviously knows his city well. Would definitely recommend it despite the couple of hills :)

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.