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St Catherine's Square, Brussels

St Catherine's Square, Brussels: Our most recommended tours and activities

Brussels Guided Bike Tour: Highlights and Hidden Gems

1. Brussels Guided Bike Tour: Highlights and Hidden Gems

Head out on a bike to discover Brussels' famous landmarks and hidden gems with the help of your local guide. Explore different neighborhoods of the city and see how they are all distinct and unique. Make a stop along the way to sit down and enjoy a drink at one of the cozy terraces in the city.  Hop on your bike for a great introduction to Brussels and its widely diverse neighborhoods. Pedal past the Marolles, the Fish Market, and the Courthouse, but also some less obvious spots that will offer you a surprising view of the city. Make stop around half-way of the tour and put aside your bicycle to have a short break in a cozy bar or terrace with the group. After, continue to discover more of what Brussels has to offer. 

Brussels: Self-Guided Interactive Place Saint Catherine Tour

2. Brussels: Self-Guided Interactive Place Saint Catherine Tour

Enjoy an interactive city discovery experience across Brussels' city center and solve riddles via a web app in your phone’s browser. Solve 11 riddles and discover the secrets of the romantic Place Saint Catherine at your own pace as you make your way from one hidden location to the next. Your challenge starts in front of Saint Catherine Church. Unlock local recommendations and fun facts as well as the history of the city. During your game, discover spots in Brussels that most locals don’t even know and see popular sights from a different angle. Take a walk around the historic streets of one of the city's most famous Flemish neighborhoods and discover the hidden gems of Belgium’s capital. From unique street art to kitsch cafés, from Belgian beer hotspots to curious statues, St Catherine has it all. Unlock the stories of the neighborhood, and recommendations to local favorite spots, all while you solve riddles on your phone. Explore highlights such as the lively Rue de Flandre, the beautiful Anspach Fountain, Maison de la Bellone and more. This game is suitable for friends, couples, families with kids and team-building exercises. Enjoy being together while exploring a city, get creative and use your imagination to unearth the city’s secrets.

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What people are saying about St Catherine's Square, Brussels

Overall rating

4.7 / 5

based on 40 reviews

We met in a quiet square on the northern side of the city centre, picked up the bikes from a building on the square (they are not ebikes by the way, but they have 7 gears so the gentle hills on the ride are no issue). Rode around stopping from time to time for some history and explanation from our extremely on knowledgeable guide. We were lucky with nice weather but this was an awesome start to the weekend in Brussels...getting to see and learn at a comfortable pace. We also stopped at a very nice bar in the park near the end

Nice walk with our guide who was on his 2nd organized excursion. We greatly appreciated his explanations on the whole of Brussels. The little coffee break to celebrate a little was also very much appreciated. Proposal: have headphones on the way so that the guide can tell us more about an exciting Brussels. We warmly recommend. Many thanks for this good time spent together! Diana and Philip (not the king)

Phillip from Cactus company took us around Brussel region (outside of city) and showed us sides of Brussel that is unique and in dept and not something I'll be able to find out for myself. We had a small group, riding on Brussels streets was so much fun

Damien, a passionate volunteer, made us discover districts of Brussels that we did not know. It was a wonderful visit to the city and I thank Damien for his kindness and his availability. This walk brought a lot to our stay in Brussels. I recommend.

Great guide showing you the hidden spots outside of the Grand Place.