• J'aime l'accent bruxellois - Walk

    J'aime l'accent bruxellois - Walk

    Five intimate locations offering you a special encounter with a more secret, more sensitive Jacques Brel as he shares his passion for his homeland with a sense of modesty, humour, derision and sometimes excess.
  • Brussels and Comic Strip

    Brussels and Comic Strip

    Above all, don’t miss the ’comic strip trail’, which has involved thirty walls in the capital being covered with comic strip characters that are larger than in life in every sense and portrayed in the most comical situations...


  • Quaint and museums houses walk

    Quaint and museums houses walk

    beautiful little places just a few minutes from the centre....

  • Sunday markets walk: from the Sablon to the Marolles

    Sunday markets walk: from the Sablon to the Marolles

    The Sablon and the Marolles districts are a real gold mine for art lovers, collectors or bargain hunters...

  • Family special walk

    Family special walk

    More than 30 activities, museums and attractions in the centre and all over Brussels, offer some special moments for sharing....

  • Active walk

    Active walk

    The international influence of Brussels also happens through sport ...

  • Tintin walk

    Tintin walk

    While Hergé and Tintin are known all over the world, we should not lose sight of the fact that Brussels and Belgium occupied a key place in the life and work of this master of the Ninth Art...

  • Walk Europe

    Walk Europe

    The Parliament and the institutions of the European Union with their vast, modern and prolific buildings effectively symbolise the construction of a continent in constant social, cultural, economic and political mutation...

  • Walk Heysel

    Walk Heysel

    The Atomium and Heysel welcome you with open arms. This is the perfect place to explore as a family, for a whole day out or even more. The Atomium is famous all over the world...

  • Mont des Arts walk

    Mont des Arts walk

    Mont des Arts was dreamed up by King Leopold II, who wanted to surround his palace with beautiful things and beautiful minds...
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