Tour at 9:00am:
01 Apr - 31 Oct: Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday & Sunday
01 Nov - 31 Dec: Wednesday, Friday, Saturday & Sunday
01 Jan - 31 Jan: Friday & Saturday
01 Feb - 31 Mar: Wednesday, Friday, Saturday & Sunday
Tour at 2:00am:
01 Apr - 31 Oct: Wednesday, Friday, Saturday & Sunday
01 Nov - 31 Dec: Wednesday, Friday & Saturday
01 Jan - 31 Jan: Friday & Saturday
01 Feb - 31 Mar: Wednesday, Friday & Saturday
4 hoursStart time
9:00am & 2:00pmMeeting Point
Grand Place 21, 1000 Brussels - in front of Godiva Chocolate Store.
Please report at the meeting point 15 minutes before the start time. .
The tour ends at the starting point
Whatever the Swiss might contend, Belgian chocolates are indubitably the finest in the world, and they’re so lethally addictive that they ought to be sold with a government health warning.
This walking tour of Brussels begins with a master class taught by a chocolatier, who schools you in the art of making orangettes, pralines, and decorative Easter eggs. Make your own delicious chocolates, which you can take home.
Explore the marvelously preserved buildings in the Grand’Place, and peek in the windows of the antique shops in Sablon.
Walk along a boulevard lined with decadent chocolate shops, and listen to the quavering melodies of street musicians in Ilot Sacre.
Please make your way to Grand Place in front of the Godiva shop to begin this Brussels Walking Tour and Chocolate Workshop. You will be accompanied by a multilingual guide.
Enroll in an entertaining workshop headed by a master chocolatier, where you’ll learn the preparation secrets behind orangettes, pralines, and Easter eggs. During the workshop, you will make your own chocolates and get them wrapped at the end of the tour.
Made with real cream or alcoholic filling, these chocolates don’t keep well, but you weren’t planning on keeping them for long anyway, were you?
Take a walk around the Grand Place, the heart of the old city—which is surrounded by guild houses and the magnificent Town Hall.
See the mischievous bronze boy of Manneken-Pis, one of Europe’s most famous fountain sculptures, and Brussels’ oldest citizen.
The square of the Sablon is filled with antique shops and the Royal Galleries, which is the seat of the city’s oldest chocolate shop, Neuhaus.
Boulevard Anspach is home to a number of fashion boutiques and chocolate shops, which proudly parade their confections in enticing window displays.
Explore the jumble of cobbled streets and narrow passages of Ilot Sacre, where restaurants with outdoor terraces overlook talented street musicians that give the area a lively atmosphere.
In addition to this extensive walk past the city’s most famous luxury chocolate shops and historical landmarks, you will also be told where to find the best bargains in Brussels.
The tour will conclude where it began.
The tour guide will be present 15 minutes before the scheduled time at the starting point of the tour.
The voucher remains valid for one year. If you miss one tour, you can still join the next tour.
The confirmation voucher includes the local activity operator’s contact details and local telephone numbers at the destination. They will happily answer any logistical questions you may have.
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