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Home to opulent guildhalls, an impressive urban art scene, and the European Union, Brussels is an effortless mix of trendy and traditional, where mind-bending murals and quirky comic stores exist in harmony with centuries-old architecture and powerful politics. In a city that’s known for being many different things at once, it’s no surprise that attractions range from the wonderful (the Musical Instruments Museum) to the weird (the Mannekin Pis, a fountain sculpture of a urinating boy that’s regularly dressed up in adorable costumes), and the opportunity to sip a Belgian beer at a quintessentially Brussels café is never far away. Whether you’re watching the world go by while snacking on twice-cooked potato frites on the Grand Place, planning a day trip from Brussels to Bruges – its charmingly medieval pocket-sized neighbor – or sampling the world’s best chocolate at several of the city’s artisanal maisons du chocolat, you’ll never be stuck for what to do in Brussels.
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Whether you have a full day, half a day, or just three hours, our personalized city tours of Brussels are the perfect way to experience both the classic and contemporary sides of Belgium’s uber-cool capital. On a private tour, you’ll find world-famous attractions like royal palaces, gorgeous Art Nouveau architecture, and grand guildhalls – but explore the lesser-known neighborhoods, and you’ll discover what makes the city special to the people who call it home. Led by a local guide who’s already uncovered every inch of their city, our private tours in Brussels open the city up for exploration far beyond its top tourist sights. A guidebook could never give you true insight into Brussels’ spirit and soul, but a local guide certainly can. From sleek skyscrapers in the European Quarter to family-run Flemish restaurants in the historic heart, a walking tour of Brussels shows off the many faces of this stunning city. With City Unscripted, you won’t get caught in a tourist trap, and you’ll never have to wonder about the best things to do in Brussels. Simply tell us about your interests, your travel style, and what your dream local tour of Brussels looks like, and we’ll make it a reality.