Combine two incredible tours and save money with this Brussels Super Saver for a comprehensive cultural experience of Belgium. Accompanied by a knowledgeable guide, feast your senses on the architectural majesty of Brussels during a sightseeing tour; see alluring attractions like the Houses of Parliament and the Grand Place before heading to Antwerp to discover revered artworks and sparkling diamonds. Be dazzled by a diamond factory and marvel at some of Rubens’ master artworks at the Cathedral of Our Lady.
Brussels Super Saver tour including a Brussels sightseeing tour and trip to Antwerp
See top Brussels attractions on a guided tour, such as the Royal Residence, Royal Square, Houses of Parliament and Art Nouveau houses
Take a half-day trip to Antwerp with your expert guide
Discover Antwerp's city center, take a walking tour of Market Square, and visit a diamond factory
See the Cathedral of Our Lady and admire famous works of art by Rubens
Complimentary pickup from selected Brussels hotels
Brussels Half-Day City Tour Greet your knowledgeable guide at your Brussels hotel and embark on an enriching stroll of the city; discover significant sights like the medieval Market Square and the picturesque Grand Place before continuing onto St Micheal’s Cathedral on a luxurious coach. Marvel at the colossal spire of the sacred structure, and then wander to the National Basilica of Koekelberg to hear of its rich historical heritage.
Next, head to the cosmopolitan constructions of the Chinese Pavilion, the Japanese Tower and the Atomium, to see fascinating collections of Chinese and Japanese ceramics. Explore the throngs of antique shops in the Sablon district after passing the Royal Residence of Laeken, and then marvel at the fabulous facades of the Court of Justice and the Council of Ministers. Arrive at Jubilee Park to relish the sight of the Triumphal Arch and then return to the city center to conclude your comprehensive tour.
Antwerp Half-Day Trip from Brussels Spend the afternoon discovering Belgium’s second largest city of Antwerp, home to revered 17th-century artist Rubens and some of his artistic masterpieces. Climb aboard a luxurious coach to admire the architectural tableau of the historical city; travel to an ancient fortress and disembark to explore the ancient houses of Market Square and the masterpieces harbored by the Cathedral of Our Lady.
Gaze at prominent Rubens’ works like The Raising of the Cross, and then stroll through the charming city center before enjoying some relaxed free time to explore independently. Conclude your tour by visiting a diamond factory and be dazzled by rows of glittering jewels.
Return to Brussels in your comfortable vehicle and bid farewell to your guide.
Viator Traveler's Reviews
, Aug 2018
The information provided and the photo opportunities were just what we hoped for on our short stay in Brussels. The guides were amazing.
The tour I took filled the requirements that I wanted. I had only a short couple of days to see as much as I could of Brussels and Antwerp and I did just that. The bus was clean and comfortable and the driver was skilled. Even the hotel pickup and return at the end of the day was well executed. The guides were more than knowledgeable as they told us exactly what we needed to know at each stop and as we were in between. The tour definitely told me that I want to return with my wife and spend more time in Brussels and Antwerp.
Very good tour of 2 beautiful cities. Guides were very knowledgable and in Antwerp had plenty of free time to look around. Only disappointment in Brussels was not stopping at the overlook where a panoramic view of the city would have been amazing. When you go to the top of the museum the glass screen have a small circular cut out on each side. However this can be busy so as the glass is quite high a camera with a rotating screen so you can hold the camera above your head and still see the image is recommended.
Friendly knowledgable tour guide
Ability to see a lot in a shorter time than doing it on our own
Could live without:
Four Spanish female who already know each other seem interested in very loud socializing on the bus. They made the tour unpleasant by annoying the passenger who were seating in-front of them with laud comments/laughter. It's should be a tour guide responsibility to establish an order and respect on the bus/tour so everyone enjoys it.
It was very hard to hear the guide on the streets, especially due to the large group booking around 42-46pax. Ear buds are really needed on walking part of the tour.