— Where do the tours start?
Check out the map in the info section of the website or here: [MAP]
All tours start very close to the Grand Place, right in front of the Chocopolis chocolate shop, between Novotel and Ibis Hotel. The address is: 110 Rue du Marché Aux Herbes. Look for the elephant!
— How long do the tours last?
Tours last about 4.5 hours. It can be a bit less if we walk fast and the city is not too crowded, but our tours take usually a bit longer because we like to take our time.
They can last even longer if you end up having dinner or continuing the beer tour with the people you met on the tour!
— If a day is not available on the calendar or the tour is full, what should I do to book a tour?
For any special or full days that are not available on the calendar, please contact me via email or telephone to see if we can work something out.
— Is it possible to book for a group (10 people or more)?
Absolutely, but please contact me via email or phone with details of your group so I can organize a private tour.
— Can I book with children?
Since our tours are focused on food culture and beer in Belgium, they are not recommended for children under 16 years old, which is the legal drinking age in Belgium.
Children under 6 can join for free. Reduced price for children from 6 to 16. Please contact us for details.
— Do the tours involve a lot of walking?
There is indeed some walking involved, and we are going in the upper part of Brussels to discover other aspects of the city center. However, as we stop very often in chocolate shops or bars, it doesn’t feel like it!
I would still recommend wearing shoes that are convenient for walking. Definitely avoid high heels!
— What is the weather usually like in Brussels, and what should I wear?
You have to know that the weather can change very quickly in Brussels. Sometimes a rainy morning becomes a sunny afternoon and vice versa.
Be aware of that and bring an umbrella or appropriate clothes.