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From Amsterdam: Brussels Day Trip with Chocolate Tasting

1. From Amsterdam: Brussels Day Trip with Chocolate Tasting

Discover the treasures of Belgium on a full-day excursion from Amsterdam. A variety of outstanding beers, waffles and chocolates await, as do sights as varied as the Royal Palace and the Atomium in Brussels. You’ll stop first in Brussels, where you’ll enjoy a tour of the top attractions. See the Atomium, at the site of the 1958 World Fair, and memorable landmarks such as the Royal Palace, the European Commission buildings, the Palace of Justice and the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier. After this, there will be a guided walk through the historic city center, where you will visit the Grand Place, the beautiful central square, and the iconic statue Mannekepis. Along the way, you will see a demonstration by a chocolatier and get the change to taste some famous Belgian chocolate.  After a full day of sightseeing, you’ll head back to the center of Amsterdam.

Brussels: Highlights and Hidden Gems Bike Tour

2. Brussels: Highlights and Hidden Gems Bike Tour

🚴‍♂️ Embark on an unforgettable 3.5-hour bike tour through Brussels, where our local guides reveal both iconic highlights and hidden gems! Available in English, French, or Dutch, our engaging guides add a personal touch to your journey. Choose from our quality city bikes or e-bikes for a comfortable ride. 🚲 Immerse yourself in the city's rich history and culture during this fun and enriching experience. Take a break in a cosy bar, savor the local atmosphere and mingle with fellow explorers. Book your spot now for a unique Brussels bike adventure!

Brussels: Walking Tour from Central Station to Manneken Pis

3. Brussels: Walking Tour from Central Station to Manneken Pis

As capital of Belgium and of the European Union, Brussels offers the best of many worlds: from Gothic architecture to Art Nouveau, from historical places of interest like the Triumphal Arch in the Jubilee Park and the Palace of Justice to the Atomium, the icon of modernity, which was built to celebrate the Universal Exhibition Expo 58. The medieval town center is both trendy and traditional. Brussels is inviting with interesting contrasts, openness and a lot of vitality. Most impressive however, is the Grand Place with its Gothic Town Hall and gold leaf decorated facades of the guild houses. And of course, courtesy obliges you to pay a visit to Manneken Pis.

2-Hour Brussels Guided Walking Tour

4. 2-Hour Brussels Guided Walking Tour

Discover the highlights of Brussels on this guided walking tour. See incredible sights in Belgium’s capital, including the Grand Palace, Manneken Pis, the Cathedral of St. Michael and St. Gudula, and more. The tour starts in the impressive Grand Place: be amazed by the presence of the buildings that surround it, including the Town Hall and the King's House, where the Manneken Pis wardrobe is on display. The next stop is the famous Manneken Pis itself. Stolen twice, this statue of a urinating child is one of the most well-known of Brussels’ monuments.  Next, head to the Sablon Quarter, where you’ll find some of the most luxurious shops in the city, as well as a large number of art galleries, museums and lots of culture! Then head towards Place Poelaert, where the Brussels Palace of Justice is located, before stopping at the Place du Grand Sablon. Here, discover the Church of Notre Dame du Sablon, a religious center with a lot of importance for pilgrims in the Middle Ages.  Next, head towards the Royal Quarter and be captivated by the neoclassical square. Then visit the Mont des Arts, one of the most impressive spots in the city, offering incredible, unique views.  Finish the tour captivated by the beauty and history of Belgium’s incredible capital.

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What people are saying about Palace of Justice

Overall rating

4.7 / 5

based on 96 reviews

This was an extremely good value and a great way to learn about the neighborhoods and culture of Brussels! My tour was just me, one other participant, and the guide, so it was basically a private tour for the price of a small group tour, and it lasted well over three hours, meaning we got to see nearly all the neighborhoods of Brussels. I’m glad I did this tour to get a better idea of the city and all it has to offer!

Such a cool day trip from Amsterdam, I definitely recommend, as you get to see the Brussels city centre with a walking tour and the bus also goes to the Atomium! The guide was really good, and I recommend trying the cherry beer (it actually is super red) :D You also get enough free time in Brussels on this day trip which I appreciate since I didn’t feel like I missed out on anything :D

Our guide Michele was awesome! He gave us a great tour if the city, took us to places we might not have otherwise ventured to, and gave us a good bit of history.

On time with a nice guide Brussel is amazing place ro visit and delicious food and chocalats

This was amazing! What a nice way to visit a city.