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Brussels Royal Palace (Palais Royal de Bruxelles)

Although the Royal family no longer call the Royal Palace (or Palais Royal Bruxelles) home, it is where the King and Queen still have their offices and the King carries out his duties as the head of state. The building also houses state rooms ... 

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3 star rating: Worth doing
June 2013

Tour was good but could have been better without the visit to the Parlamentarium - perhaps offer a second choice instead of insisting everyone go there. Museums are nice but I would prefer seeing the sights of the city and experiencing its flavor - Brussels and Belgium in general are known for waffles, chocolate and beer and it would have been nice to include one of these stops on the tour...also dissapointed that we could not stop to get a picture of the Royal Palace - buses are not allowed to stop there but as a suggestion, perhaps park a block away and let us walk there to view it instead? Walking tour of Grand Place at start of tour was nice. Difficult listening to guide speak 3 different should be broken up into languages or at least 2 at the most....Also would have liked to have had more photo stops - only one of the Atomium and that was from a distance away. Bus did not even slow down enough to get pictures of other sights such as the beautiful Japanese Gardens.

Doing what: Brussels Half-Day City Tour

Donna G

5 star rating: Highly Recommended
October 2012

Great tour! We started on time with 2 other couples at the Godiva Shop on the Grand Square and really saw as much of the highlights of Brussels as you could see in 4 hours. Not only did our tour guide take us through the numerous fabulous chocolate shops, we got a sense of history of Brussels and its famous landmarks (the Manneken-Pis, the Royal Palace, City Hall, etc) as we walked from one shop to another. Making our own chocolate at the Cote d'Or was very fun. The chocolate maker there was quite entertaining. We all had a chance to make our own choc creations and afterwards had some yum hot chocolate. The walking was pretty vigorous up and down hills. My only wish is that I'd had more opportunity to buy chocolate - we went back to a few shops afterwards. Highly recommend.

Doing what: Brussels Chocolate Walking Tour and Workshop

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