Bravo Discovery offers you a quality tour guide service anywhere in Belgium. We work in conjunction with the Brussels tourism office. We practice responsible tourism while respecting the local economy. Our employees are professional guides and we have a team of freelance guides trained in the “Haute Écoles” of Brussels. We work in partnership with local businesses an...
Bravo Discovery offers you a quality tour guide service anywhere in Belgium. We work in conjunction with the Brussels tourism office. We practice responsible tourism while respecting the local economy. Our employees are professional guides and we have a team of freelance guides trained in the “Haute Écoles” of Brussels. We work in partnership with local businesses and can call on a range of quality service providers to suit your needs. We specialize in providing tailor-made tours, based on the interests of our clients and mindful of the need to balance culture and relaxation. Our strengths: experience, local guides, enthusiastic and charismatic staff. Our values: responsible tourism, professionalism, respect of the historical and cultural heritage, protection of the environment, sustainable competitiveness.
Departure from the Grand Place, in the company of our guide at 10:30, to the Central Station, here we will take the metro to the Merode station, where the famous Tervuren Avenue is located, from there we will walk to the Cinquantenaire Park, with its famous arcades built at the request of King Leopold II.
The park also houses the Art and History museums, the Automobile Museum, the Aviation Museum and the Navy Museum. We continue to the heart of Europe, the roundabout of Robert Schuman (considered one of the parents of the European Union), here are two of the main organs of the European Union; the Berlaymont, headquarters of the European Commission and the Justus Lipsius (current European Council) with its new annex, the Europa building "An egg of space", with 3,750 windows that reflect the diversity of Europe, in the latter meet the Heads of State of the European Union to hold the famous European summits and meetings of EU ministers.
We leave this emblematic area to visit Leopoldo Park, a former Brussels zoo. In this park is currently the European History Museum, in a recently restored building, which was built by philanthropist Eastman Kodak, who invented the film for photos and founded several dental institutes for poor children in some European cities. Also in this park is the Ernest Solvay building, today an elementary school where the medallions of the engineers who worked for him are located. We continue our walk through the buildings of the European Institutions such as the Economic, Regional and Social Committees of the Union and the "European Parliament". The latter has two locations, one in Brussels and the second in Strasbourg. (The Brussels building is an unquestionably architectural beauty), known as the whim of God. Here we will have a pause time.
Then, we will go by subway to the most visited Atomium monument in Brussels, located on the esplanade of Heysel, which houses the Belgian pavilions of the Universal Exhibitions of the years 1935 and 1958. This area also houses the Mini Europa park and the Heysel National Stadium. In this last stage, we conclude our tour and give the necessary recommendations to move around Brussels or so that our clients can visit the Mini Europa park, the Heysel Stadium or simply stroll through the Laeken park, formerly "Royal Domain of Laeken ", which was the residence of the favorite daughter of Empress Maria Teresa of Austria and even of Napoleon, today permanent residence of the Kings of Belgium. Please keep in mind! At the end of April and beginning of May, the Royal Palace permanent residence of the Kings of Belgium opens its doors to visit the famous royal greenhouse.
Do not forget to visit it. PROGRAM Central Station, Metro Merode, with Tervuren Avenue and the Cinquantenaire Park with its famous arcades, Art and history museums, the automobile museum, the Aviation museum and the Navy museum, The emblematic roundabout of Robert Schuman (considered one of the parents of the European Union), where the main organs of the European Union are located, Leopoldo Park, Ernest Solvay building, The buildings of the economic, regional and social committees of the European Union, The "European Parliament", The Atomium and the former Royal domain of Laeken, the Mini Europa park and the Heysel Stadium. On your own you can visit the Japanese Tower and the China Pavilion in Laeken. Attention if you visit Brussels in the dates of late April and early May, the Royal Palace of Laeken opens its doors to visit the famous greenhouses, one of the many whims of the second king of Belgium, Leopold II. You can take the best pictures of exotic and floral plants.
PRACTICAL INFORMATION Price: Voluntary payment. Bravo Discovery puts at your disposal our best guides in Brussels. It is you who values the quality of our services and the guide. At the end of the visit, you pay what you think is right to our guide. When: Every Tuesday and Thursday Departure time: 10:30 am Meeting point: The Grand Place of Brussels in front of the Town Hall. Duration: About 4 hours Language: Spanish Includes: Professional guide in Spanish Discount to visit the Atomium and Mini Europa Park Not included: Transportation by subway (please go to the tour with the subway tickets already purchased. We recommend you buy a one-day fare ticket for this tour).
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How to find me: Meeting point: 10 minutes before the Tour starts at the “Grand-Place” in front of the Town Hall (look for the white umbrella that says “Walking Tour - Bravo Discovery”).
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Genial, no se presentaron 6 de las personas, q estaban apuntadas al tour aún así Nacho ha realizado el Tour, explicando todo al máximo detalle.
Hicimos el tour con Fernanda. A pesar del mal clima estuvo bastante bueno. Probamos algunos chocolates súper buenos y nos dieron descuentos para comprar.
Visitamos el Barrio Europeo y Atomium con nuestro guía Roberto. Recomendamos este free tour ya que estos dos puntos son de los más alejados del centro de Bruselas, por lo que es bueno ir acompañado, además nuestro guía nos explicó muy bien el funcionamiento de las instituciones europeas que se encuentran en Bruselas. El guía nos acompañó en todo momento desde el punto de encuentro hasta el Atomium y luego, nos dio indicaciones sobre que ver en el Atomium y como volver en Metro hasta el centro.
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