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The most suitable word for the description of Brussels is a capital: The capital of Belgium and Brussels region, the capital of the European Union, the capital of NATO, global homeland praline, French fries and Belgian waffles…
Handsome Brussels is the object of steadfast attention of numerous tourists from all over the world, and you can join to them!
This is a city with a rich history, preserving the architecture of the past. Unique examples of late Brabant Gothic, Flemish Baroque guild houses, a mix of art deco and neo-Gothic styles, a royal city in which life pulsates - all this and much, much more will become your most pleasant memories of Belgium. And you should watch it!
Departure is in the morning. Departure time depends on the city of departure and is reported when ordering a trip.
Arrival to Brussels. Free time or a bus-walking tour around the city (at will, cost: 13€ is for adult, for children up to 12 years old it is 8€).
At the mention of many cities, we instantly recall the monuments, memorials that have become their symbols. The Belgian capital has many such iconic places. And we are heading to one of them - the Atomium, a sculptural and architectural composition, conceived and built specifically for the 1958 World Exhibition, held in Brussels. Ah, what memorable photographs can you make against its background! The famous Mini Europe park was also located there. Here, in a relatively small area, there are 25 times reduced copies of the most famous architectural monuments of the EU countries, and even Great Britain that left it. And we have a great opportunity to see all of Europe (optional, cost: 15 €, children under 12 years old - 11 €).
A bus tour will allow you to introduce the whole Upper Town, which you once loved to know. We will find ourselves in the highest point of the capital, where the prestigious quarters, the Belgian Parliament, the Royal Park, consulates and embassies, the Academy of French-speaking communities, the working Royal residence of the current reigning King Philip and, finally, the hill of arts, in the center of which stands a monument to one of the founders, are located Crusades - Gottfried of Bouillon.
It is in the upper city that unique museums are located: the Royal Museum of Fine Arts and the Surrealist Magritte Museum. And, of course, Big Sablon is a unique quarter of the upper city with an ancient arbalester church in the style of flaming Gothic and the smallest park in Europe.
At the end of the bus tour is a gigantic building, the largest Palace of Justice in the world - Mammoth. Going down Albert Boulevard, we pass the Museum of Mechanical Instruments, the monument to Leopold the Second and get off the bus to enjoy Brussels on foot.
Walking tour: We will walk through the first passages of Europe - the galleries of St. Hubert, opened in 1847 by Leopold the First. The glass dome and the cast-iron casting of the roof of the building reflect the combination of the architectural style of the Italian Renaissance and more modern construction technology of the 19th century, we will go to the first chocolate shop of the Noah House company in Brussels and take a walk in fish rows demonstrating the delights of Belgian cuisine; we smile at the Pissing Girl fountain, see unique storefronts with countless sorts of Belgian beer and, of course, go to the most famous square in Europe - lace Grand Place, where you get the feeling that you got inside a carved box!
Our guide will lead you along the toy street, you will find yourself in a kind of tapestry and lace paradise and end the tour the main attraction of Brussels - the fountain "Mannequin Peace", the world famous "Manneken Pis". And after a walking tour you will have free time: souvenirs, Belgian chocolate, crepes and waffles. Feel Brussels!
In the evening, return to Germany. Arrival time depends on the city of departure.
Depending on circumstances the guide or the attendant can change the program on the course. The travel agency has the right for adjustment. The prices can be changed depending on a season. Entrance tickets are paid additionally (at will).
Departure is possible from the cities:
Aachen, Bonn, Dortmund, Duesseldorf, Cologne, Moenchengladbach, Essen,
and also from Koblenz, Muenster, Osnabrueck and Frankfurt – at the weekend.
The list of possible departure cities and information about the availability of co-payment for departure is found in the block Calculation of the base cost by selecting the date and city of departure you are interested in.