Since its foundation, Brussels has played a major role in European history and has been influenced by several cultures.
Your guide will let you discover the medieval heart of the city: from Saint Gery square to Saint Catherine quarter, the ancient port where merchants from all over Europe once met; from the breathtaking beautiful Grand Place to the sumptuous Royal Saint Hubert Galleries, one of the oldest passages in Europe where Jean Neuhaus invented our famous Belgian pralines in 1912.
Your guide will tell you many anecdotes about the city and its inhabitants, legends about Manneken Pis, the most famous “Ketje” of Brussels.
You will know why our famous delicious biscuit is called “Pain à la Grecque”, you will learn about the importance of our beers brewed since the Middle-Ages, about chocolate and the must-try dishes of our traditional cuisine (waterzooi, rabbit stewed in beer, endives “au gratin”,…)
Public: everyone, max. 20 persons
Duration: 3h max.
Meeting point: Grand’Place (Market Square), clock of the Town Hall
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