Biking is the best way to see this beautiful city. You'll be able to see the main sights in just 3.5 hours in a safe and fun way. The tour includes a halfway stop for fries and beer at the world famous Maison Antoine (food and drinks not included in tour price). In small groups of up to 14 people. Places go fast, book now!
"The chocolate tour was great and so was the tour guide! We learned a lot about chocolate and it's history. And got to taste some great chocolate! Best we have had!"
"Our guide was really informative, great local knowledge and also had a great frites stop. If you come to Brussels you should definitely do this bike tour!"
"This beer tour really made our trip as we were able to try and experience beers and bars we would have otherwise missed. If you're looking to experience the REAL beer scene then this is a must."
"My husband and I truly enjoyed the One Day in Brussels tour. It was a perfect combination of sightseeing and local food tasting. Loved the waffles!"
Reservations are required. You can check availabilty, book and pay online with your credit card. Book here.
We have one child seat for up to 20 Kg. You can reserve it when you make your booking. Children up to 20 Kg. ride for free.
Yes we do.We have different sizes for your comfort.
You can either walk 20 minutes or take trams 3, 4, or 32 and get off at “Bourse” stop, from there walk 5 minutes to the Grand-Place. A taxi would take less than 10 minutes and cost you about 7 Euros.
The easiest and cheapest way is to take the train at the airport (one every 15 minutes) and to get off at Brussels Central station (17 minute ride). From there walk 5 minutes to the Grand-Place.
Tour lasts 3.5 hours. From 10 am to 1:30 pm and from 2pm to 5:30 pm.
Yes it is, if it wasn’t, we wouldn’t be doing it ourselves. We make sure you have a fun and safe ride.
You need to be at least 12 years old. Children of up to 20 Kg. can join in the chid seat for free.
You can safely store your bags in our garage while you're on the tour.
We offer tours rain or shine. Downpours are very rare in Brussels.