A gentle 2 hour stroll from Brussels’ medieval center to the poshest of neighborhoods, passing along beautiful galleries, romantic city views and impressive monuments. Not only will you taste the finest chocolate, every shop we visit is an attraction in itself.
From its Mayan royal drink origin to a 20th. century luxury product, the cocoa bean has come a long way to find its second home in Europe. You’ll learn about the events that transformed Belgium into the Mecca for chocolate lovers throughout the world.
We’ll visit 5 of the most beautiful chocolate shops in Brussels. You'll taste at least 8 sublime chocolates, from the traditional pralines and truffles, to the most avant-garde combinations. Your view of chocolate will dramatically change after this tour.
"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!"
Guests need to be at least 12 years old to join. Children in stroller are welcome for free.
Bookings are required. You can check availabilty, reserve and pay online with your credit card. Book here.
Tour lasts 2 hours, from 2 pm to 4 pm. Chocolate tours are offered daily except on Mondays.
Just warn your guide about this before the start of the tour, she'll be able to accommodate.
Yes. Total walking distance is 3.5 kilometers or 2.1748 US miles.
The tour is offered rain or shine (or hail or snow).
A water bottle would be ideal, Belgian chocolate being so rich in flavor. You can buy a water bottle at a convenience store during the tour if you prefer.
We meet at the Royal Saint-Hubert Galleries, located a few steps off the Grand-Place. You’ll receive precise meeting point information by email right after you book.