"Comic Strip" Guided tours

Hergé's Brussels

The roots of Hergé and Tintin lie in Brussels. Start out on a trip in the tracks of the famous reporter, guided by an official guide of the Belgian Comic Strip Museum.

You will discover a range of spots and buildings that appear in the albums, but also the famous murals of Hergé’s comic strips and a lot of biographic details about the artist.

During this 2 hour walk you will (re-)discover an icon of comic strip art, and you will be introduced to Brussels as it was seen through the eyes of one of its great artists.

Prices 2012 : City tour: € 110,00, School groups: € 90,00, maximum 25 persons per guide
Start of the visit: Belgian Comic Strip Museum, Rue des Sables 20 , Brussels
Tel : 02 219 19 80

On the trail of the famous reporter, Tintin

Discover this typical Brussels figure with official guides (GBB) of VISIT BRUSSELS.
During a walk of more than two hours they will show you different locations, buildings, murals and anecdotes from the Tintin albums.
The personal and professional life of Hergé, greatest master of comics and creator of the infamous reporter Tintin, are discussed as well as a playful approach to the character Tintin.

Rate 2012: Walk: € 110.00, Schools: € 90.00, maximum 25 people per guide
Start of the visit: Belgian Comic Strip Museum, Rue des Sables 20, Brussels
+32 (0) 2 548 04 48

Brussels, comic strip capital

The official Brussels guides are on hand to escort you on a leisurely promenade to the heart of the comic strip. This itinerary that criss-crosses the city from one fresco to the next is a rather special key to understanding our city.
Encounters with the authors: Frank Pé, Roba, Carin, Tibet, Morris, Philippe Geluck, Marc Sleen and Vandersteen, and with the comic strip characters: Boule et Bill (in French – Bollie en Bilie in Dutch), Lucky Luke, the Chat, Ric Hochet, Cubitus, Suske & Wiske in Dutch (Bob & Bobette in French), Nero (in Dutch – Néron in French) and their friends.
This journey of discovery terminates with a delightful visit to the Belgian Comic Strip Centre where you will meet up again with all your favourite characters (to be specifically booked with the CBBD).

Brussels Town Hall
Grand-Place/Grote Markt
1000 Brussels
+32 (0) 2 548 04 48

Tintin and Brussels

From speech balloon to speech balloon and courtesy of Snowy’s flair, the team behind Itinéraires is inviting visitors to come and discover Brussels under the expert guidance of none other than Tintin. From an aria warbled by Castafiore outside of the Royal Theatre of the Mint, Brussels port with Captain Haddock, the evocation of the encounter between Tchang and Hergé, the brilliant ideas of our Professor Calculus and the collaboration of our two famous detectives Thomson and Thompson. You are in for a series of first-hand adventures that celebrate the 9th art and a "different kind of Brussels".
This itinerary has been devised in collaboration with Hergé Studios. Please make sure you contact the Itinéraires team ahead of time to arrange the details of your visit.

Rue de l’Aqueduc 171
1050 Brussels
Itinéraires SH
02 541 03 77

Comic Strip Itinerary: Brussels as narrated by the great comic strip authors and heroes

The Comic Strip Itinerary is an exploration of the interaction between artistic expression and an urban setting, a way of approaching the very character of its residents through the personality of the cartoonists and scriptwriters, through the atmosphere of the histories they have depicted. Finally, the itinerary also brings a wholly original way of discovering the city, through some of its most contrasting monuments and quarters. A comic book and a comic strip host handed out at the start of your walk are certain to make your visit an even more pleasurable one!
Please make sure you contact the team ahead of time to arrange the details of your visit.
Rue de l’Aqueduc 171
1050 Brussels
Itinéraires SH
02 541 03 77

Brussels Segway: Comic strip

Set out to discover a comic strip route in Brussels on a Segway. The Segway is a fun, ecological and surprisingly easy to use two-wheeled, motorised personal transport machine that is self-balancing and controlled as you stand upright on a treadle. It even makes for a twofold experience: as you drive around on your Segway ably escorted by your dedicated guide, you will be discovering the heroes of our comic strips on painted walls, the historic buildings and monuments and must-see sites that have been depicted by a swathe of comic strip authors in their albums and that make Brussels into the living and breathing capital of the comic strip it is today.
No more than 7 participants per visit. As soon as your registration has been confirmed by the not-for-profit organisation, you will be invited to make payment by transfer ahead of the visit. Segway hire is included in the price. 
Rue de l’Aqueduc 171
1050 Brussels
Itinéraires SH
02 541 03 77

Guided tours of the Belgian Comic Strip Centre: Comic Strip Itinerary

The visits staged by the Belgian Comic Strip Centre are available to be adapted to the age group and specific interests of the party concerned. The Guide service offers guided tours around the museum that hone in on a number of topics (Art Nouveau, classic or modern comic books, Tintin…), alongside themed discovery walks around the heart of Brussels.
Duration: 2 hours 30
Price per guide (party of 25 persons max.): 90.00 €
New rate as from 1/1/2011: 110.00 € 
(except school parties, from Tuesdays to Fridays: 90.00 €)
Languages: French, English, Dutch, German, Spanish, Italian, Danish, Polish, Czech and Greek.
20 Rue des Sables/Zandstraat
1000 Brussels
Tél : +32 (0)2 219 19 80
Fax : +32 (0)2 219 23 76

Bus bavard/Babbelbus (Chatterbox Bus)

The Chatterbox Bus brings an original itinerary and a new way of discovering Brussels. The "Into the urban art jungle" itinerary is set to immerse you in the world of graffiti and its sources of inspiration: comic strip, manga, music,...
12 Rue des Thuyas/Thujastraat
1170 Brussels
+32 (0) 2 673 18 35


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