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We have used guided bus tours before so knew what to expect. I booked a ticket on line but didn’t manage to put my ticket in my phone’s wallet. The driver was able to help us by letting us hop on the bus to the main station where he pointed us to a print shop where we were able to print a valid ticket. Once we had the ticket we were able to access both tour routes. The blue route 1 is the longer of the two, you can listen to a commentary in English. If the weather is up to it you can ride in the open section of the bus, if not there is downstairs, but the views are not so good. In bad weather they put a cover of the top deck. The blue route takes over an hour, the shorter red route,, Less than an hour.
I went to the Chocolate Museum by myself, learned a lot of details about cocoa´s history and how it reaches our table/stores and due to cringy dialogue within the item (phone like) we are given to listen to the different audio sources throughout the visit I found myself laughing alongside others due to the cringy dialogue. It takes about 30 to 90 minutes depending on how interessed you are on knowing and listening to all the audio prompts and at the end you have some chocolate making session.
An audio guide takes you on a journey through the history of cacao and chocolate, in different countries, from the ancient times to the present. Some games on the way, which not only kids but also adults may enjoy. At the end, you can see a demonstration where pralines are made and offered for tasting! I'm glad I visited this place before eating all the chocolates on Brussels.
This museum is packed with information. The praline making demonstration and the explanation was excellent, delivered very professionally and with a lot of good humour so very easy to take in the facts. The news that the museum is moving is good, hopefully the new premises will be more spacious to accommodate the materials more effectively, and that access will be improved.
We had an accident with your vehicle colliding with one of the city bus. However the driver did not panic . He safely parked the vehicle at the side of the road and ensured that we were arranged with the next transport for the city tour.