Yes. You can change your booking up to 48 hours before the start of the tour. You can do this yourself directly by clicking on the yellow "change booking" button on your confirmation email or send us an email and we'll do it for you.
Yes. We want you to have a great time while you're with us. If for any reason you're not happy with your experience, we'll refund your payment in full.
You can safely store your bags for a fee in the public lockers located inside Brussels Central train station. Visit Belgian Rail website for more information.
We offer full refund for cancellations made up to 48 hours before the start of the tour. There are no refunds for late arrivals or no shows, sorry.
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.
You need to be at least 12 years old to join. We don't have child seats available unfortunately.
We've designed the bike tour so that it is as safe and effortless as possible. There are only about 300 meters (0.1864113576712 miles) of uphill roads, in which case we either get off the bike and walk or take an elevator (yes, there is an elevator at some point that we can take with our bikes). The rest is either flat or downhill.
Bookings are required. You can check availabilty, book and pay online with your credit card. Book here.
We don't have child seats unfortunately.
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.
We've had guests of all ages, shapes and sizes joining our tour throughout these years and they've ll been able to finish it without issues. There is no need to worry, this is not the Tour de France ;-)
Tour lasts 3.5 hours. From 10 am to 1:30 pm. Ride is 13 km long or 8,0778255 miles.
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 can safely store your bags in the public lockers located inside Brussels Central train station for a fee. Visit Belgian Rail website for more information.
We offer tours rain or shine (or hail or snow). Believe it or not, we had a tour once in which it rained, hailed and snowed and it didn't stop us! Some of our guests actually loved it, they were from Malaysia and they had never seen neither snow nor hail in their lives. Oh, and downpours are very rare in Brussels in case you wonder.
Guests need to be at least 12 years old to join either tour. Children on strollers are welcome on the afternoon chocolate tour for free. We don't have bike child seats for the morning tour unfortunately.
Yes. You can take the bike tour on one day and the chocolate tour on another if you prefer and still get a combo discount. You can take them both on the same day of course.
Bookings are required. You can check availability, book and pay online with your credit card. It is possible to take the tours in different dates. Book here.
The experience lasts 6 hours. The bike tour runs from 10 am to 1:30 pm and the chocolate tour from 2 pm to 4pm. There is a 5 minute walk between the place where the bike tour ends and the chocolate tour's meeting point.
The 10 am bike tour starts at the Grand-Place. The 2 pm chocolate tour starts at the Royal Saint-Hubert Galleries which are located a few steps off the Grand-Place. There is a 5 minute walk between the bike tour end point and the chocolate tour start point. You’ll receive precise meeting point information by email after you book.