Brussels City Sightseeing Tour

Tour the Capital Where it’s Easy to Waffle Around

From a 10th century fortress town, Brussels has grown into to a modern metropolis and a center for international politics. The city abounds in architectural monuments, from the Renaissance to modern times and the atomic structure the Atomium. This tour is a great overview of the city’s cultural gems before setting out to see them in detail. Or get off whenever something strikes your fancy.

Like the delicious Chocolate Museum, home to the history of Belgium’s famed sweets. Giggle at that naughty little Manneken Pis dressed in his fabulous finery. Stop at the Sablon, home to the Antiquest Marke. Enjoy luxe shopping on the Rue Neuve. And marvel at the magnificent Grand Place while enjoying a basket of mussels and fries.

Now capital of the European Union, Brussels is ready to flex its tourist muscles. The culture and beauty will knock you out.

Here’s what’s included:

    • A voucher valid for 24 or 48 hours on a Hop on/Hop off open-air double-decker tour bus.
    • 24 stops throughout Brussels with departures every 15 - 45 minutes.
    • Dutch, English, French, German, Italian, Russian, and Spanish commentary.



    • Rail Europe voucher is exchanged for your Brussels City Sightseeing tour.
    • Voucher must be exchanged within 3 months of the date of purchase.
    • Hours of Operation are from 9:30am-6:00pm depending on seasonality and day of week.
    • Child rates are valid for children ages 4 -12.
    • Some buses may be wheelchair accessible. Please inquire locally
    • Prices are subject to change.
Where are the bus stops located and what landmarks can I reach from each stop?

  • Central Station: Grand Place (town hall and guild halls) Chocolate Museum, Manneken Pis, Royal St. Hubert Gallery, Beer Museum, Tin Tin Cathedral
  • Arenberg: Royal St Hubert Galleries, Theater
  • Place Royal: Park, Royal Park Theatre, Belgian Federal Parliament, Royal Palace Dynasty Museum, Royal Museum of Fine Arts, Old England, Museum of Musical Instruments
  • Sablon: Antiquest Market, Sablon Church, Sablonn Garden, Synagogue, Musical Academy, Church, Marollen, Marche aux puces
  • Louise Square – Justice Palace: Luxurious Shopping, Law Courts, Obelisk, Beautiful panoramic views over Brussels
  • Art Nouveau Horta Museum, Art Nouveau houses
  • European Parliament: European Union District, European Council of Ministers, Leopold Park, Museum of Natural Sciences, Place de Luxembourg
  • Cinquantenaire Park: Cinquantaire Park with Auroworld, Royal Military Museum, Royal Museum of Art and History, Triumph Arch
  • Place Schuman: European Commission, European Council of Ministers, Rue de la Loi (Business District) Art Nouveau Area
  • Place Rogier: Rue Neuve (main shopping street) Jardin Botanique, Gard du Nord (main train station)
  • Atomium: Bruparck (mini Europe, Oceadde, The Village) Brussels Planetarium, King Baudouin, Soccer Stadium
  • Japanese Tower-Chinese Pavillon: Royal Residence of Laken, The Royal Greenhouses
  • North Station: Rue Neuve (main shopping street), Gare du Nord, Red Light District, Place Rogier
  • Bourse – Grand Place: Grand Place (town hall and guildhalls) Fish Market, Saint Catherine Church, Chocolate Museum, Mannekin Pis, Ruins of Medieval Fransiscan Church
  • Manneken Pis: Grand Place (town hall and guildhalls) Traditional chocolate Factory, Waffle Factory, Chocolate Museum
  • Royal Serres: Royal Green Houses (spring) Royal Residence of Laken, Japanese Tower, Chinese Pavillion
  • National Basilica: Basilica of Sacred Heart, Aquarium of Brussels
  • Tour & Taxis: Brussels-on-Sea
  • Dansaert Street: Shopping, fashion & design, Christmas Wonders, Fish Market
  • Abbaye de la Cambre: La Cambre Abbey, Bois de la Cambre, Ixelles Ponds, Villa Empain
  • Flagey: Art Nouveau & Art Deco houses
  • Luxembourg: Luxembourg square, Parlementarium, European District
  • Parc Leopold: Museum of Natural Sciences, Solvay Library