Our morning bike tour is by far the most efficient and fun way to discover the city. It would take you two full days to cover the same distance by foot! We'll visit 12 of Brussels' main sights. More info.
The bike tour stops for lunch at Maison Antoine, makers of Brussels' best fries, in business since 1948. There are 20 different dip sauces to choose from! (food and drinks not included in bike tour price)
Our afternoon chocolate tour visits 5 of the best Belgian chocolate makers where you'll try at least 8 different pralines. You'll learn why Belgium is known for making the best chocolate in the planet. More info.
Once you book, you'll get a free list of our best picks for waffle shops in Brussels. Unmissably decadent!
No visit to Belgium would be complete without some great beer. We'll send you our list of favorite bars in Brussels for you to enjoy.
"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 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.