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Brussels: Land of Comics Exploration Game

1. Brussels: Land of Comics Exploration Game

See highlights of Brussels by following clues and solving puzzles on your phone in the exploration game, Unexpected Brussels: Land of Comics. Uncover how Brussels became the comic capital of Europe and visit hotspots like the Royal Theatre, Manneken Pis, and more. The city game starts at The Royal Theatre of the Galleries. As you solve challenges, the story unfolds and directions on your phone will guide you to the next location. It will take you between 1-1.5 hours but you should explore at your own pace: simply pause the game and resume when you want from the location where you paused it. Take the opportunity to visit Brussel’s many exciting shops and sights. Play on your own, in a large group, or in several smaller groups that compete against each other before meeting at the final stop of the game, Zinneke Pis. You'll have fun and feel a sense of accomplishment while discovering city highlights in a unique way.

Brussels: Spanish Language Walking Tour Through Comic Art

2. Brussels: Spanish Language Walking Tour Through Comic Art

On this Spanish language walking tour of Brussels, you will have the opportunity to join your tour guide to discover some of Belgium’s greatest contributions to the world of cartoon media. Brussels is a perfect city to uncover some of the 80 murals dedicated to comics. You will see the first-ever comic mural which was created in Brussels, along with the famous Herge character Tintin’s house before he moved to Moulinsart Castle. You will also see the huge statue dedicated to Smurfs located in Belgium’s city center. Part of this tour will also teach about the main schools of Franco-Belgian comics and how they’ve influenced comics around the world. You’ll also learn about the most important authors of Belgian comics.

Brussels: Highlights & Hidden Gems Private Walking Tour

3. Brussels: Highlights & Hidden Gems Private Walking Tour

Join an enthusiastic local guide on an off-the-beaten-track experience of Brussels with a personalized tour of the city center. Marvel at the city’s history, culture, and impressive architecture as you’re led down its most exciting streets. You'll 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 in the heart of Brussels to see iconic attractions like the Grand Place, the Royal Palace of Brussels, and the opulent guildhalls that make this square one of the most beautiful in Europe.  Explore the city’s urban art scene as you’re led down streets lined with mind-bending murals and quirky comic stores.  Once you’ve sifted through piles of vintage comics, make your way to the famous Tintin Comic Mural, a larger-than-life mural of the iconic character decorating the side of an unassuming gift shop. Head to your next landmark in the city center, Mannekin Pis, a bronze fountain sculpture of a urinating boy designed by Jérôme Duquesnoy the Elder in the early 1600s. Grab some on-the-go Belgian Frites (twice-cooked, thick-cut fries) on your way to the European Quarter, home to the headquarters of one of the most powerful political institutions in the world – the European Union. Back in the city center, stroll through the stunning 19th-century shopping arcade, Royal Saint-Hubert Galleries, and window-shop to your heart’s content, and wind down with a Belgian beer and a light bite at a favorite local cafe.  End your day sampling creative chocolate treats at the city’s chocolatiers and quirky chocolate boutiques and then exploring the African Quarter’s unique bars, Congolese restaurants, and cool jazz clubs.

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Great exploration game! Made with my godson (a little difficult for a child), but discovered lots of unknown places in Brussels, I highly recommend!