Food and Wine, Local Experience, Shopping, Youth and Family
Kid Friendly: Yes. This tour is suitable for families and groups with children and teenagers.
Maximum travelers: 10
French (fluent), English (fluent), Dutch (fluent)
Discover the secret of the Belgian Chocolates
When it comes to chocolates, there are the everyday candy bars we consume, and then there is Belgian chocolate. What makes Belgian chocolate unique is the quality of ingredients and an almost fanatical adherence to Old World manufacturing techniques. Even in today's world of automation and mass production, most Belgian chocolate is still made by hand in small shops using original equipment. Belgian chocolate may be expensive, but those who have sampled it say that there is no comparison between a standard chocolate bar and a Belgian praline. As a gift or special indulgence, Belgian chocolate is one product which lives up to its reputation for quality.
You want to know all about it, then listen, watch, smell and taste this chocolate tour.
I can create a customized tour for you in case you have special requests or if you are more than 10 people.
The tour will be on and around the Place du Sablon (chocolate square).
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: At your Hotel, train or subway station or at the entrance of the 'Our Lady of the Sablon' church (Eglise Notre-Dame au Sablon - rue de la Régence 3 | 1000 Bruxelles)
End location: Adaptable to your later activities.
Duration: 2 hours
This tour can be combined with other tours. See the 'Tailored Tour'.
This is a walking tour.
2 hour guided walking tour on and around the chocolate square.
Estimated Local Cash Needed
7 euro - 7€ per person for the chocolate tastings.
7 euro per person for the chocolate tastings.
A Recent Review of this tour
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Anneke worked with us to combine a chocolate tour and cultural highlights tour. We were only in Brussels for day and this tour was perfect to see the major highlights and give us the lay of the land (we returned to the Grand Place area later that night and went to a restaurant Anneke suggested). The chocolate tour was fantastic and introduced to places we would not have found on our own. Our three teenagers loved the chocolate part. I highly recommend!