Satisfy an appetite for indulgence with an independent shopping trip to Maasmechelen Village luxury outlet from Brussels. Travel by luxurious, air-conditioned coach to one of Belgium’s most popular designer outlets and browse more than 100 bespoke boutiques. Enjoy six hours of leisurely shopping and enjoy discounts of up to 60% in sophisticated stores like Juicy Couture, Dolce and Gabbana and Guess. Return to Brussels by convenient and comfortable coach at the end of your shopping spree for a stress-free experience.
Shopping day trip to the Maasmechelen Village luxury outlet from Brussels
Shop more than 100 top international brands including Dolce & Gabbana, Juicy Couture and more
Enjoy discounts of up to 60% of the recommended retail price!
Comfortable and hassle-free transport by air conditioned-coach
Depart from a central Brussels location in a luxurious, air-conditioned coach to begin your sophisticated shopping spree. Admire the scenic surroundings as you travel across the Flemish countryside to the modern and metropolitan Maasmechelen Village luxury outlet.
Browse more than 100 designer boutiques for top Belgian brands and international favorites; purchase stunning pieces from Essentiel, Sarah Pacini and Oliver Strelli, and peruse rails laden with impressive items from Dolce & Gabbana, Converse and Guess. Receive discounts of up to 60% in the outlet's designer shops.
Revitalize with a coffee and a snack in one of the restaurants or bars located in the outdoor center; select from Italian classics at Gastronomia Cellini, or appease an appetite for authenticity with the traditional Belgian dishes served at Brasserie Musette.
After your 6-hour shopping stint, return to the coach laden with bags and relax during the journey back to Brussels.
Reviews by Viator travelers
Tour was good value. Gave enough...
, Dec 2015
Tour was good value. Gave enough time to look around all the shops without feeling rushed. You have to go to the city tours office to pick the coach up, which is very easy to find and not a problem. However the organisation of it was a little chaotic at times.
We must of gone on a busy day Sunday, as there were 3 full coaches and this did make the pick up a bit mental. Coming back the coach picks you up from the same spot it dropped you off at. Unfortunately the pick up was a bit tricky as the coach driver did not speak English and the coach was not marked so was hard to know if you were getting on the right coach. Luckily someone was able to translate for us, but would have been better to put a sign in the coach window.
While the place is good the time provided for the tour was insufficient. We reached the village at 11:30 AM and left from there at 4 PM. The village closes at 7 PM so it was difficult to understand the reason behind the rush to leave at 4 pm. This made it really difficult to cover all the shops in the village and do justice to the place. I suggest that the tour duration be extended and people leave from the village at 6 pm.