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Brussels Half-Day City Tour
"Your tour begins with a short walk to discover the heart of medieval Brussels in the famous Grand Place with its world-famous Market Square. Here you will hear about the history of the remarkable City Hall and quaint Guild Houses.Next you will tour the city by luxury coach to see the beautiful St. Michael's Cathedral the Congress Column the Heyseldistrict with the world-famous Atomium the Chinese Pavilion and the Japanese Tower. Passing the Royal Residence
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Private Tour: Battle of Waterloo from Brussels
"Your private tour starts with pickup from your Brussels hotel by luxury private minivan. After a 40-minute drive south arrive in the city of Waterloo. It was here where in the year 1815 one of the most significant battles in European history took place — the Battle of Waterloo.Listen as your guide explains the history of the battle during which the French army fell to the Duke of Wellington’s British and Prussian forces leaving 12000 dead and 35
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Brussels Half-Day City Tour
"Your tour begins with a short walk to discover the heart of medieval Brussels in the famous Grand Place with its world-famous Market Square. Here you will hear about the history of the remarkable City Hall and quaint Guild Houses.Next you will tour the city by luxury coach to see the beautiful St. Michael's Cathedral the Congress Column the Heyseldistrict with the world-famous Atomium the Chinese Pavilion and the Japanese Tower. Passing the Royal Residence
From EUR30.00

More General in Beersel

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Le Roi d'Espagne was our last stop for a Julius or Alexander beer as we admired with the waiter what some members have purchased at the Beer Temple shop: a serious number of beers and glasses, trays...
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Jun 10, 2004

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The hours passed and more beers and more discussions about beers were going on until only few members were left and got inside the estaminet at 3 o'clock in the morning. Geert was sleeping on the...
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Jun 10, 2004

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MORE SPEECHESBack at the hotel, I gave serious comments to our driver and made a complain to the bus company which decided to contribute to the group's hobby by refunding the bus fee from the...
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Jun 10, 2004

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What to do in Brussels a Saturday night after 23H00? N O N E, so a quick telephone call to Geert in Beersel asking him to keep open the hotel's estaminet and put some gueuses and trappist beers in the...
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LysDor
Jun 10, 2004

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The restaurant had reserved the whole upstair's cabinet and served us a three courses meal: Maredsou cheese croquette, chicken waterzooi and kriek sorbet. The menu included half of bottle of wine or...
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LysDor
Jun 10, 2004

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DINNER IN BRUSSELSThe bus left the group at Place de Brouckere, so we decided to have our first aperitive at the terrace of the hotel Metropole. As we had some time to kill before our dinner at In't...
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Jun 10, 2004
 
 
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We wanted to have a beer at the famous Brugs Beertje pub but to our disapointment it was closed! Fortunately our lunch restaurant Malpertuus had nice Witbiers and a normal 3 courses lunch washed down...
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Jun 10, 2004

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The year 2002 cultural city offered us beautiful views from our canal tour before our visit to the museum homebrewery De Halve Maan. This brewery is owned by the Maes family and is huge with several...
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Jun 10, 2004

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BRUGES DAYThe day started cloudy but soon turned sunny as we approached Bruges. Though the bus ride got warm, maybe too warm because our new bus driver was freezing in his front seat. Even his...
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LysDor
Jun 10, 2004

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The menu was typically belgian with mussels, schrimp croquettes, fish-dishes. The beer range included some older gueuses such as a cheerfully dry from 1997. Beers can also be purchased from the...
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Jun 10, 2004

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Armand Debelder served as our private guide. He explained how when he was young he tasted this natural product called faro - a mixture of lambic and water - when other children poisoned themselves...
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Jun 10, 2004

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t has its own brewery in craft fashion which can be visited. The place had big spiders and webs everywhere that couldn't be removed as they were crucial to the beer's spontanious fermentation.
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Jun 10, 2004

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TRADITIONAL LAMBICSBack in Beersel, most of the group went by foot to a local brewery-pub nearby called In't Bierhuis Oud Beersel. The owner Henri Vandervelde had his hand in plaster busy to finnish...
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Jun 10, 2004

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The actual monastery is not open for public. Only the gardens, the cemetery and the church of the Abbey of Scourmont can be visited every day from 08H00 to 20H00.If you fancy a quiet moment, it is...
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Hotels Near Beersel

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Square Des Heros 2-4, Brussels, 1180, Belgium
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136 Basiliekstraat, Halle, 1500, Belgium
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790 Rt. de Lennik, Brussels, 1070, Belgium
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Avenue du Haut Pont 2, Hoge Bruglaan, (formerly Catalonia Forum Art Hotel), Brussels, 1060, Belgium
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67 Rue de Fierlant, Brussels, 1190, Belgium
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28 rue du Lagon, Saint-Gilles-Les-Bains, 97434, Reunion Island
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Things to Do Near Beersel

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European Union Parliament

Well, what can I say? After the tight security to enter the parliament, the tour is very disappointing, you see a lobby and stairwell, then sit in the public gallery of the parliament and then the...
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The Hôtel Max Hallet

Hôtel Hallet fits into the late Art Nouveau works of Victor Horta. Facing east, this private home was built between 1903 and 1905 for the lawyer Max Hallet, who had it built to receive his friends and...
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Hallepoort - Porte de Hal

Brussels once had magnificent medieval walls, built to encompass both the city and nearby hamlets. It was built two deep, straddled uneven hills and contained 72 towers and seven main gates....
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Place de Jue de Balle

I go here whenever I am in the city, and ususally come back with at least one thing that I really don't want. It's a great place to be nosey and rummage around. Its open daily, although I've learnt...
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Royal Greenhouses of Laeken

Designed by King Leopold II's architect, Alphonse Ballat (who was also Horta's teacher), the royal greenhouses are one of the most important 19th century monuments in Belgium. They are entirely built...
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Musée Bruxellois de la Gueuze & Cantillon Brewery

This is much better than the beer museum at the grand place! This is actually a still functioning gueuze beer brewery, and the only place where 'real gueuze' is still being made. You get a tour...
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breughel

"KAASTEEL VAN BEERSEL"
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LysDor

"ENJOY THE REAL LAMBIC AREA"
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el_ruso

"MY FAVORITE CASTLE IN BELGIUM"
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