Pay less and get more with this Brussels Super Saver, which combines two popular tours into one full day of sightseeing. Make the most of your time in Belgium by discovering Brussels, Belgiums capital, and Antwerp, known as the City of Rubens. In the morning, see the major sights of Brussels, including the Grand Place and the Houses of Parliament, with your expert guide. Then, take a guided trip to Antwerp later in the day to learn about diamonds on a visit to a diamond factory and see four of Rubens master artworks in the Cathedral of Our Lady.
- Comprehensive tour by bus/coach
- Informative, friendly and professional guide
- Perfect introduction for first-time visitors
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Pass By: Grand Place, Brussels
Discover Brussels with the helping hand of a local guide. We focus on three of the most important districts of the city.
Since 1998 it has been a UNESCO World Heritage site.The devastating fire of 1695, caused by the army of the French King Louis XIV and a third of the city has been destroyed and the Grand Place rebuilt in 4 years.
Pass By: Manneken Pis, Brussels
Manneken Pis is a landmark 61 cm bronze sculpture in the centre of Brussels, depicting a naked little boy urinating into a fountain's basin.
Pass By: Chinese and Japanese Towers, Brussels
Bought by King Leopold II "Builder King" after the World's Fair 1900 of Paris. Reconstruction of the French architect Alexandre Marcel.
Stop At: St. Michael and St. Gudula Cathedral (Cathedrale St-Michel et Ste-Gudule), Brussels
An eleventh century church rebuilt in the Brabant Gothic-style and remind to Notre-Dame of Paris.
Duration: 10 minutes
Pass By: Royal Palace (Palais Royal), Brussels
Royal Palace district with its ancient park and then we head to the amazing Saint Michaels Cathedral.
Pass By: Notre Dame du Sablon, Brussels
With the Church of Notre-Dame des Victoires is the last Gothic-style church to be built in Brussels in the 15th century.
Week-end the marvelous antique market and area of the antiquairs.
Pass By: Laeken Palace, Brussels
Private residence of the Belgian kings.
Pass By: Justice Palace (Palais de Justice), Brussels
This Greco-Roman building dates from 1866 and 30 years of construction (architect Joseph Poelaert)
From there a spendid panoramic view of Brussels.
Pass By: European Parliament (Hemicycle visits), Brussels
European Parliament, Commission (seat of the EU) and the Council of Europe (meeting place of the representants of the EU members).
Stop At: Atomium, Brussels
Symbol of the World's Fair of 1958 and depicts an iron crystal enlarged 165 billion times.It consists of 9 spherical atoms and built by Waterkeyn.
Inside the history of the World's Fair of 1958!
Duration: 15 minutes
Stop At: Cathedral of Our Lady, Antwerp, Antwerp Province
In 1352, the construction begun and become the largest gothic church in the Netherlands. In 1521, after nearly 170 years the church was ready. The north tower is 123 M high and the south tower is 66M. Houses the 4 main paintings painted by P.P.Rubens: "The raising of the cross", "The resurrection of Christ", "The descent from the cross" and "The assumption of the Virgin".
Duration: 15 minutes
Stop At: MAS - Museum aan de Stroom, Antwerp, Antwerp Province
A museum located along the river Scheldt in the Eilandje district of Antwerp, Belgium. It opened in May 2011 and is the largest museum in Antwerp.
Duration: 30 minutes
Stop At: Antwerpen-Centraal, Antwerp, Antwerp Province
The oldest of the country of 1905 and built by the architect Delacenserie. Situated in the Jewish area and also the diamants area. 2007: construction of a tunnel to welcome the speed trains.
2009: the 4th most beautiful railway station of the world.
Next of the station the beautiful Zoo!
Duration: 10 minutes
Pass By: Steen Castle, Antwerp, Antwerp Province
Castle of the 13th century and houses since 1952 the National Museum of Maritime.
Situated along the old fortifications of the city.
Pass By: Groenplaats, Antwerp, Antwerp Province
Town Hall of 1561 in italo-renaissance style.
In the middle of the square the statue of Brabo: Brabo with the hand of the giant Antigoon......chopped off his hand and threw it in the Scheldt river.......Antwerpen or Hand throwing.......origin of the city's name. The marvellous guildhouses from the 17th century.
- Air-conditioned vehicle
- Multilingual guide
- Entry/Admission - Cathedral of Our Lady
- Food and drinks, unless specified
- Hotel pickup and drop-off
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