Free Walking Tours through Brussels by night

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Brussels Night Free Tour

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Brussels Night Free Tour
Guru: Mundistour
Days: Thursday and Friday
Hours: 18:00
Languages: English and Spanish
Duration: 2 hours
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Brussels is a city that never sleeps. If you want to explore Brussels after dark, here are some ideas to help you make the most of your stay.

Brussels is an amazing city with so much to discover. But once the sun goes down, it becomes even more magical. As travellers, we always love to see how the locals experience their city at night. Therefore, we took on the challenge to explore Brussels during the night hours and share our discoveries.

So you too can only count on the professional and expert guidance of the Brussels Free Tours we offer here at GuruWalk.

Brussels is a beautiful city with many tourist attractions to discover at night. There are plenty of opportunities if you are looking for things to do at night with your friends or family, or simply on your own.

Some of the most popular attractions are the Grand Place, the Manneken Pis, Ixelles and Saint-Gilles. All of these areas offer different features and things to see and do at this time of day. There is also plenty of entertainment in Brussels, such as cafés, bars and restaurants that serve until late at night.

The Grand Place is a central square in Brussels. It is surrounded by elegant buildings with shops and restaurants. Many tourists come to this place to enjoy Belgian beer, chocolate, waffles, etc.

There are many famous buildings on the Grand Place. The most famous is the Hotel de Ville, which houses the Brussels City Hall. The Town Hall is considered an important landmark of the city and one of its most historic sites. The illumination of the entire site is worth seeing at night. 

The Manneken Pis is a small statue of a urinating boy. It is a famous tourist attraction and has been around for centuries.

While the statue is not the most important monument in Brussels, it is one of the most recognisable icons of the city. The Manneken Pis was originally created as a symbol of freedom against the Spanish troops encamped near Brussels during the siege of 1582-1584. In the 1930s, the statue was moved from its original location, but can still be seen near Brussels' Grand Place in an iconic fountain called Les Trois Grâces or 'The Three Graces'.

It is hard to imagine that many other cities have anything similar to this popular tourist attraction. 

At night, Saint-Gilles is lit up with neon lights. There are many bars, cafes and restaurants where you can enjoy Belgian beers.

It is also a great area to stroll around and explore the rich architecture of the city.

As you can see Brussels has a lot to offer its visitors and not just for the day.

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