Brussels – as both the Belgian and the European capital – is definitely worth a visit, if only for a short discovery.
Every Sunday from April to September, as well as one Sunday per month outside this period, you can enjoy a trip through Brussels’ different municipalities with one of our historical trams that dates from the time of the World Fair of 1935.
To make this trip even more interesting, our guides will provide you with information on the different areas you are passing through. Their story is the result of a lot of research that they have done out of love and passion for their city. Our guides will let you discover Brussels’ hidden gems, with their stories peppered with juicy anecdotes.
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Brussels Tourist Tramway (4 hours)
€ 20 adult / € 15 child
This journey lets you discover Brussels’ architectural heritage. You will see prestigious “Art Nouveau” houses built over a century ago, as well as typical “Art Deco” buildings from the interwar period, and some of the most amazing monuments of our capital, like the “Arcades du Cinquantenaire”, the Palace of Justice, the Town Hall tower, the Royal Quarter and even the Atomium.
It is requested to all participants to be present at the Museum by 9.30 AM in order to guarantee the departure of 10 AM and let the personal welcome the participants.
Attention: the journey takes approximately 4 hours and is not appropriate for young childrens. There is a 50 minute lunch break at the square in front of Schaerbeek Station. You can either use one of the bars or restaurants in the vicinity, or eat your own lunch in the neighbourhood. The bar-restaurant of “Train World” can host small groups. They serve hot meals and drinks.