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Day Trip to Brussels

4 out of 5 stars (5 reviews)


We start this day with a drive through the Dutch country side to Brussels. Here we find the amazing Atomium, the largest iron atom in the world and the symbol of Brussels, constructed in 1958 as a part of the World Exhibition. During a short bus tour you will see the tomb of the unknown soldier and the imposing Royal Palace of Brussels. You will stay for 3 hours in Brussels, which is the unofficial capital of Europe. In a guided walking tour you will see among other things the 16th century Market Square and off course “Manneken Pis”.  After some free time and a visit to Planete Chocolat (where we will have a demonstration and a chocolate tasting), we will return to Amsterdam.

Duration of +/- 11.5 hours.



Check-in at: De Ruijterkade 34a, In the IJ hall of Central Station on the far eastern side.

***Present your voucher at the tour desk at least 30 minutes before departure***



Original point of departure.

Things to bring

- Printed Voucher
- Valid ID document is required
- Photo / Video Camera


  • Deluxe coach
  • Guide
  • Guided walking tour in Brussels
  • Atomium Picturestop
  • Manneken Pis
  • Visit to Planete Chocolat with demonstration and chocolate tasting


Cancellations more than a week in advance only administration costs of 15%
Cancellation between a week and 48 hours prior to departure date: 50% of the total amount
Cancellation less than 48 hours prior to departure date: 100% of the total amount
No show: no restitution

Additional Info

Duration: 11,5 hours

Please note:

We advise to book this tour at least 48 hours in advance.

Check in at the location at least 30 minutes before departure time. 

Prices, times and itineraries are subject to change without prior notice. 

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" Brussels tour "
2 out of 5 stars
There was no heat nor ventilation on the bus for the whole way to Brussels. Everyone complained it was too cold. The sound system was terrible on the bus we could not hear the guide even though that problem was identified last week. The guide made it very clear that the use of seat belt was mandatory but he did not wear his. He also made it clear not to eat nor drink on the bus he in fact was very strict with one passenger to forbid her from eating. On the other hand he himself ate and drink on the bus. It also felt like 2 passengers on the bus had a private tour while the rest of us got very little info. We got little info on Brussels like nothing on the Euro headquarters nor the NATO headquarters. He treated Belgium as a banana republik. The guide made a number of inappropriate comments about diversity group. The chocolate presentation was excellent. The bus driver was skilled and professional.
" Brussels Tour "
5 out of 5 stars
An excellent tour for lifelong memory
" Nice trip "
5 out of 5 stars
We have a very pleasant journey to Antwerp&Brussels with our guide Adrian Thank you
" A Day Well Spent in Belgium "
4 out of 5 stars
The trip was well organised by Tickets & Tours. Despite the travel distance by road, we never felt bored as the guide kept a lively & interesting commentary of information about Holland & Belgium, throughout the journey. We did have a rainy spell in Antwerp, but the time alloted for it was just enough. Although the city is charming & has it's key spots to visit; I wouldnt put it on "Must Visit" list. The Atomium pit-stop was actually good. Brussels was the highlight of our trip. The city is a curious mix of old & modern history. We got enough time to explore the city at a quick but not hurried pace. Even if the Manekinn Piss is teeny-weeny letdown (no pun intended 😉) but it's worth going to reach the waffle shops (just around the corner). One can spend hours in the main plaza with their melange of different era buildings, all in one place; must see. Would recommend visiting the Gothic style Cathedral of St Micheal & St Gudula. We would hav loved to have a pit-stop at the Victory Arc, we did hav a glimpse of it from the bus. Since it is located on the far side of the assembly point (the cathedral) we couldnt cover it in the 2 hrs allotted for self-sightseeing of the city. Overall a day well spent, with a great nap time on the journey back ;)
" Belgium in a day! "
4 out of 5 stars
We found the tour to be pleasant, informative and interesting.