Brussels Chocolate Walking Tour and Workshop
You will enjoy free samples and tastings of delectable Belgian chocolates and learn to make sweet Belgian treats in a workshop with a "Master Chocolatier".
You will love this original and extremely delicious walking tour that looks at the authentic Brussels like no other does. You will also walk through the historic old town to Grand Place, the former market square. A short stroll away stands Manneken Pis, the iconic Brussel's statue sculpted by Jerome Duquesnoy in 1619. You'll also see Jeanneken Pis, the square of the Sablon filled with antique shops, the Royal Galleries - seat for the oldest chocolate shop Neuhaus and many more highlights.
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Brussels Chocolate Walking Tour
- Walking Tour (3 hours)
- FREE chocolate tastings
- 45-minute chocolate workshop
- Local guide
- Gratuities (optional)
- Hotel pickup and drop off
- Food and drinks, unless specified
- Confirmation will be received at time of booking
Reviewed by: Sarah M, July 2014
This tour was a perfect mix of Brussels history and chocolate. Walking between bites of rich chocolate was essential and we got awesome info about the city. Our guide was very knowledgable and answered all our questions and te chocolate was spectacular!
Reviewed by: Jessica O, July 2014
This tour was so great! I went to the city by myself, so booking tours like this one was great sos I had a activity with others. We did a couple hours tour around the city centre of Brussels. Our guide, Nadia, was very enthusiatic and knowledgable. She not only taught us about chocolate, but also some history of the city itself. Then we went to their company office to have the chocolate making class. We spent about an hour there making our own little chocolate creations that we could take home with us. Then one more shop to end the tour. It was so much fun! I learned a lot and tasted Brussels' best chocolate at Pierre Marcolini... MMMMMM... it's worth it!