Brussels Highlights & Gourmet Tour 8H

Your English speaking driver guide meet you in the lobby of your hotel. Today you will see the main sights of Brussels : the Grand Place, world famous Market Square, in the heart of medieval Brussels with its incomparable City Hall and precious Guild Houses, the Galeries St Hubert, Cathedral of St Michel, Ilôt Sacré, Manneken-Pis, the neo-classical Bourse and St Gery area, and the Congress Column. You will pass the Royal Residence and see the Sablon district with countless antique dealer shops.


You will drive in front of the magnificent Palace of Justice, the Synagogue and see the fashionable Louise Square. Passing the stately Royal Square, the Royal Palace and the Houses of Parliament you will arrive in the Cinquantenaire district, the Triumphal Arch, exceptional museums and splendid Art Nouveau houses are the highlights of this part of Brussels. Here, you will also be at the very heart of the European Union: you will drive in front of the imposing EU buildings housing the European Commission, the European Parliament and the Council of Minister.

At the end of the day you will be returned to your hotel.




A Full Day in Bruges 8H

Your English speaking driver guide will meet you in the lobby and you will travel 1 hour from Brussels to Bruges. Bruges is known as the Venice of the North, because of its peaceful canals. Bruges is one of the most beautiful cities in Europe. It was a justified motive that prompted UNESCO in 2000 to include the entire historical city center on the World Heritage list.

The current city boundaries still coincide exactly with those of the medieval city center, and the spaces and structures that were so typical of Bruges in the past have been preserved. Walking along the maze of winding cobbled alleys and romantic canals, you imagine yourself to be in medieval times. The wealth of museums is a striking image of this city’s stirring history.

You will start with a 3 hour walking tour through this splendid medieval city, one of Belgium’s crown jewels and world heritage. In no other European city is the feel and the look of medeval times so present. Here, the town authorities have done their utmost to preserve the medieval- looking image of the city and a stroll through the tiny medieval streets is always an enchanting experience. Bruges is always beautiful, in the summertime as well as in the wintertime. You shall see the major highlights of this beautiful city: the church of Our Lady and the Statue by Michaelangelo; the Market Square with the Belfry and the Town Hall Square (Burg) with the Chapel of the Holy Blood. You will stroll by the Lake of Love (Minnewater) and the peaceful Beguinage cloister.


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With your guide enjoy a private 30 minute boat cruise on the peaceful canals of Bruges. This is probably one of the best ways to unveil the most well-preserved secret sights of the city.

Moreover, Bruges maintains the very highest culinary standards. The city boasts dozens of excellent restaurants, trendy lunch addresses, fun coffee bars and a local population famed for its love of the good life and its high levels of expectation.

After your tour you will be returned to your hotel.

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Full Day Tour to Ghent 8H

Meet your driver/guide in the lobby of your hotel and together you will drive to Ghent, approximately 45 minutes from Bruges.

Ghent is an unassuming, un-touristy city filled with university students, linger-as- long-as-you-like cafes, well-priced restaurants and exudes vibrant energy. It is the fourth largest city of Belgium with about 250.000 inhabitants. It is not as big as Antwerp but bigger than Bruges. It is also less well known by tourists than the often praised Bruges. Ghent combines stellar medieval and other historic sights with touches of gritty urban reality and the bustling character of a genuine, living city. You’ll get to view some of the best of all these worlds on a stroll through the Old Center.

During your guided walk you will discover all the famous sites and monuments of the city, including the Belfry and Cloth Hall, a superb gothic monument with a soaring bell tower that dates from 1425 and the Town Hall, a complex mix of architectural styles. At the Graslei and Korenlei, elegant facades along the waterways reflect different periods in history through a series of elegant gables and styles.

Under the watchful eye of Gravensteen Castle or Castle of the Counts, the city boasts an Opera House, 18 museums, 100 churches and over 400 historical buildings. The most visited site in Ghent is the famous & its beautiful altarpiece, The Adoration of the Mystic Lamb painted by the brothers Jan and Hubert van Eyck in 1432.

After your tour of Ghent you will be returned to your hotel.