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Guided tours

Several guide associations are ready to show you a particular aspect of Brussels. You’ll find a selection of virtual guided visits below.
Brussels is a city of contrasts with lots of hidden treasures. With that in mind, it can be a good idea to get yourself a guide to help you explore its secrets. It will certainly give you a new perspective on the city.

Various organisations run guided tours of Brussels, each one showing a particular aspect of Brussels.

Cultural and tourism organisations

  • In the website of visit.brussels you can find suggestions for guided tours in Brussels, on foot, by bike, by bus, on a Segway or by boat, or simply with an audio guide.
  • explore.brussels is a website and a brochure with information on selected cultural and tourism organisations and their guided tours. You can sign up for scheduled tours or request a personalised tour from March to December.
    These associations also organise accessible tourist itineraries. These itineraries enable persons with reduced mobility (PRM) to get access to the "guided visits for all" (in French). The current offer in visits concentrates on the hearing impaired and/or the physically impaired.

Brussels off the beaten track

An alternative way to discover Brussels with an original approach to tourism: the Greeters
A Greeter is a local volunteer who will show you his city and share his experience as an inhabitant.
The Brussels Greeters will give you their own vision of the city and make you discover their soft spots.

Virtual guided tours

For a sneak preview of what you can expect when you get to Brussels, check out the following virtual tours:

The 'Brussels for young people' page mentions special tours of Brussels for young people and children.

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