FAQ


The tour will start on the 'Grand Place' in the city center. Specifically in front of the tourist information center.
The tourist information center is on the right of the tower of the city hall. Look for the 'I' (info point).

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On average the tour lasts around 3 hours, depending on the walking pace.
There will be time for a toilet break in the middle if needed. 
Make sure to contact the guide if you are running late.
Before the tour starts, you will have received a message with the name of the guide (David or Celine) and a phone number to get in touch for any query.
We stay around the meeting point for 15 minutes.
First and foremost, Belgium is known for its unpredictable and moody weather.
Check the weather forecast. It is always advisable to bring something to cover yourself from the rain.

Next we would recommend comfortable shoes.
Brussels is not a flat city, and the city center is scattered with cobblestone streets.

Lastly, bring a bottle of water along on warm summer days.
The whole route is about 3.5 km or 2.2 miles in total.
Even if you prefer to walk slowly, it would take you 45 minutes to walk the whole tour.
We provided some stops where you will be able to sit down if needed.
Yes they can. Children under 14 years old are free to join.
The only we thing we ask you to do in this case is to let us know upfront.
Children above 14 years old have to be booked.
Yes it is! But we specifically focus on small groups to keep the experience personal.
We have a strict maximum limit of 10 people per tour. If you are more than 10 people, feel free to contact us so we can work something out.


Yes it is! Private tours can be offered in French, Dutch or English. The same policy is applied as for private groups in English: a group of maximum 10 people with a possibility to find another option if the group is bigger.

 Feel free to contact us for more information.
We might be able to work something out. Please contact us via e-mail.