Walk in the footsteps of Magritte and visits its Museum!
In 2017, René Magritte left us for 50 years. This date is the occasion to put our surrealist painter to the honor.
Accompanied by our experienced guide, you will visit the Magritte Museum located in the heart of Brussels. An exceptional discovery of 150 amazing works of this Belgian surrealist artist. After a refreshing Brussels beer, our guide takes you to the Sablon, the upper class neighbourhood and arts district of Brussels. The church Notre Dame du Sablon is one of the most beautiful church in Brussels. We close this beautiful walk by tasting a delicious Brussels waffle in the ‘Marollen’. This charming labour area is well known for its daily fleamarket.
This walk is the must-see for the admirers of the surrealistic artist!
Example programme :
- 13:30: welcome by our city guide at the main entrance of the Brussels Central station
- 13:45: short walk to the Magritte Museum (Museum of Fine Arts)
- 14:00: guided visit at the Magrite Museum
- 15:30: Break with beer
- 16:00: start of the guided walk through Brussels
- 17:30: ending of the walk in a nice establishment with a Brussels waffle and coffee as well as the award ceremony of the city quiz
- 18:00: end of the journey
Duration: about 4,5 hours
Price: from 45 EUR per person*
- Entrance ticket for the Margritte Museum
- Guide to the Margritte Museum for 1.5 hour
- Professional city guide for 1.5 hour
- Local beer (or water/soda/coffee)
- Brussels waffle with coffee/tea
- Quiz with prize ceremony
- Guidance during the entire duration of the event
- There are numerous ways to adapt this tour (Ex. A full day formula).
- We tailor the choice of restaurants, dishes and drinks to your budget.
- The Magritte Museum is open from 10 am (11 am on weekends) until 5 pm (6 pm on weekends). The programme can be adapted regarding these opening hours.
* Prices valid as from 20 participants. For a fewer amount of participants, prices on demand. Prices exclude VAT (for private individuals, prices including VAT apply).
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