All our guided tours
Brussels 1900 - Art Nouveau
The tour helps participants to understand the place of Art Nouveau in Brussels, its origins, its technical and stylistic characteristics, and the personalities of its most wellknown architects.
Brussels : Capital of Art Nouveau
The Art Nouveau style of architecture was first seen in the district around the Avenue Louise in Brussels. From Victor Horta’s Tassel House, a veritable manifesto for the style, to the more geometric designs of Paul Hankar, this visit explores the context of the style’s creation in Brussels.
Best of Brussels
This walking tour visits the major historical sites of the centre of Brussels: the Grand’ Place and its surroundings, the Sablon or the royal district.
A European district in Brussels
This tour shows participants the main buildings occupied by the European institutions in Brussels: the European Commission, the European Council, the European Parliament and the Economic & Social Committee.
Best of Brussels (coach)
This tour allows participants to discover the remarkable historic monuments in Brussels: the Grand'Place and its surroundings (walking tour), the Sablon, the royal district, the Law Courts buildings...
This tour shows some of the district’s hidden gems and tries to explain the issues confronting today’s residents.
1000 years of commerce in Brussels
This tour shows both the grand and the more modest remains of the city’s commercial past and stresses the importance of commerce in its development.
The Grand’place and its surroundings
As well as the unmissable UNESCO World Heritage Site of the Grand’ Place, this tour also includes some lesser-known parts of the historic centre