Containing a large number of unique experiences and a wealth of cultural-historical heritage, Brussels is a special destination where couples can bond with each other even further and gain unique insights into local lifestyles and traditions. During this two-hour walking tour, you will visit some trademark monuments. Start the tour from a gem that is well-known in Belgium and beyond, the Royal Gallery of Saint Hubert. Stroll centuries-old corners and learn about the unique legacy of architects Govaerts and Van Varenberg. Discover a gothic cathedral from the 13th century and learn why it took more than 300 years for it to be completely built. Enjoy the oldest park which is situated in Brussels’ historic center and indulge in spectacular views where every taken photo turns into a true art form.

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  • Discover charming historic architecture and scenic city views together.
  • Enjoy cozy cafes and vibrant contemporary art exhibits as a couple.
  • Stroll through picturesque parks with serene ponds and statues hand in hand.


  • Professional local tour guide

Route & Duration

2 hours
  • 1

    Royal Gallery of Saint Hubert

    It was built by the architect Jean-Pierre Cluysenaer in 1847. Visiting the Royal gallery you will find shops, auditoriums, cafes, restaurants and apartments.

  • 2


    Espace Vanderborght is a modernist style building built in 1935 and designed by architects Govaerts and Van Varenbergh.The venue through the years hosted many different exhibitions, but today you will find mainly on display contemporary art.

  • 3

    St Michael and St Gudula Cathedral

    It is built in a Gothic style at the early 13th century and it took 300 years to complete fully the Cathedral of St Michael and St Gudula, also it was conserved and restored in 19th centrury. The Cathedral of St Micheal is one of the most visited places in Brussels located in city centre and it is the main Catholic church in Belgium.

  • 4

    Brussels Park

    Brussels park is the oldest park in Brussels' city centre, built on the ruins of the park of the Dukes of Burgundy and the Governors of the Spanish Netherlands. It is designed in a neo-classical style by architect Guimard and gardener Zinner and here you can find the large pond with wide alleys, symmetrical aligments and stunning views of Roman mithology statues, the Vauxhall, the Theatre Royal Du Parc, the Guinguette Royale.

Meeting Point

The main entrance of Royal Gallery of Saint Hubert (Galerie du Roi 5, 1000 Brussel, Belgium) See Map

Cancellation Policy

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