Indulge in a delectable food tour through Brussels and discover the city’s rich history and culture. Begin at Sint-Katelijneplein, a vibrant square surrounded by local restaurants and food markets, and continue to Saint-Géry Island for a taste of Belgian beer and traditional moules-frites. Admire the iconic Manneken Pis statue and explore the historic Grand Place u Bruxellesu while sampling some of the best Belgian chocolates. Savor the flavors of local delicacies at the Royal Gallery of Saint Hubert and admire the stunning Royal Puppet Theater Toone. Finish the tour at Brussels Park where you can have a taste of famous Belgian waffles and a refreshing glass of local beer, all while taking in the picturesque scenery.

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  • Professional local tour guide


  • Personal expenses on food and beverage

Route & Duration

2 hours
  • 1


    Sint-Katelijneplein is a charming square in Brussels with a daily fresh seafood market that offers a variety of local delicacies.

  • 2

    Saint-Géry Island

    Saint-Géry Island is a cultural hotspot with an abundance of cafes and restaurants, perfect for tasting traditional Belgian cuisine such as moules-frites and waffles.

  • 3

    Manneken Pis

    With a long and storied history, and dimensions which make it an attraction which can easily pass unnoticed for the majority of tourists, the Manneken Pis has become a symbol of Brussels.

  • 4

    Grand Place Brussels Main Square

    Grand Place Bruxelles is surrounded by a variety of chocolate shops where visitors can indulge in sweet treats.

  • 5

    Royal Gallery of Saint Hubert

    The Royal Gallery of Saint Hubert, a stunning glass arcade filled with boutique shops, is also home to world-famous chocolate makers such as Neuhaus and Godiva.

  • 6

    Royal Puppet Theater Toone

    The Royal Puppet Theater Toone is a beloved Brussels institution where visitors can enjoy local beer and traditional Belgian fare while watching puppet shows.

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    Royal Palace of Brussels

    The Royal Palace of Brussels is a neoclassical palace that is used by the Belgian Royal Family for official functions.

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    Brussels Park

    Brussels Park is a lovely green oasis in the heart of the city.

Meeting Point

At Sint-Katelijneplein, near the Church of St. Katherine
(1000 Bruxelles, Belgium) See Map

Cancellation Policy

You can cancel up to 24 hours in advance of the experience for a full refund.