City Sightseeing Brussels

Getting around, What to see

Find your way around the sights in Brussels by bus!

Get in a red open top bus for City Sightseeing Brussels and take a ride on one of there 2 lines.

Line 1 or blue line, Brussels – Atomium, brings you to the Northern part of Brussels and gives you the opportunity to discover the Cathedral, the St Hubertus Galleries, the Casino, the Rue Neuve shopping area, The Royal Palace with the Green Houses, the Atomium with Mini-Europe, the Basilica, the St-Géry quarter and the Grand Place with Manneken Pis.

Duration of Line 1 : 90 minutes.

Line 2 or red line, Brussels – Europe, brings you to the Southern part of Brussels to introduce you to the Mont des Arts, the Sablon area, the Louise district, Victor Horta museum, The Cambre Wood and Abbey, Cinquantenaire and the European Institutions.

Duration Line 2 : 60 minutes.

With tickets valid for 24 or 48 hours you can jump on and off as much as you need to on the 2 lines to discover all that Brussels brings to the table. Such as authentic green spaces, Art-Nouveau, architect, shopping, and much more. Each line takes 75 minutes and the 2 will give you a complete perspective on Brussels.

Address: Keizerinlaan 56/54, 1000 Brussel, Belgium

Thursday10am–4pm
Friday10am–4pm
Saturday10am–5:30pm
Sunday10am–4:30pm
Monday10am–4pm
Tuesday10am–4pm
Wednesday10am–4pm

Common question and answers on City Sightseeing Brussels

In what dialects does the audioguide cover?

City Sightseeing Brussels guides you through the city in eight dialects. The driver will furnish you with headphones. You can pick your language: English, French, Dutch, German, Italian, Russian and Spanish. During the visit you can without much of a stretch change to another dialect if you are multilingual.

Would I be able to use the City Sightseeing ticket on certain attractions or exhibition halls at no cost?

No, you can’t. Be that as it may, you get some discount when visiting a portion of our accomplices, for example, the Atomium, Mini-Europa, Autoworld, Planète Chocolat, The Waffle Factory and Chez Leon. Simply demonstrate your ticket or utilize the vouchers in our Cityguide.

Are the buses wheelchair friendly?

Sadly electric wheelchairs can’t be accepted because of measurements and weight. Different wheelchairs can be expedited board. In case you’re uncertain or need support, it would be ideal if you solicit one from ourselves.

Would it be a good idea for me to leave my dog at home?

We encourage you to leave all pets at home, be that as it may, your dog is constantly welcome under your direction and your very own responsibility. Numerous attractions you need to visit during your day don’t permit pets aside from guide dogs.