Brussels can easily borrow the title of “city of contrasts” from Istanbul. The Middle Ages are inextricably linked here with modern values, life of the middle class is mixed with the history of migration, and Michelin restaurants are next door to street food restaurants.
Brussels is more than “beer, waffles and a peeing boy”. It is the centre of architecture and art: Breugel, René Magritte and other great artists lived and worked here. Sightseeing excursions with an English-speaking guide, presented on Excurzilla website, will allow you to touch the mystery of the capital of Belgium and look at places that are not written about in the tourist guides.
Popular excursion programs include visits to:
Excursions in English won't go without a story about the Royal Saint-Hubert Galleries – Europe's oldest shopping arcade. Tourists usually go shopping unaccompanied, but a personal guide will certainly tell you a curious story of this elegant design.
The cost of excursions is affordable for everyone - you just need to choose the format and duration of the tour and go as soon as possible to conquer the incredible capital.
What to do in Brussels
It will take weeks to visit all the palaces and museums of Brussels. But in the pursuit of new knowledge do not forget about the pleasant moments of idleness, which will fill your journey with new colors.
Watch the sunset on Poelartplein Square, admire Brussels through the windows of the Music Instruments Museum, taste the famous Trappist beer (made by Cistercian monks) and waffles with whipped cream. In short, let the capital of Belgium into your heart – it always responds to love with love.