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150, Boulevard du Midi, Brussels 1060 Belgium
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Brussels Chocolate Walking Tour and Workshop
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Brussels Chocolate Walking Tour and Workshop

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Become a chocolate connoisseur on this tasting tour and chocolate-making workshop in Brussels. Visit some of the best chocolate boutiques in town for samples, passing city landmarks along the way for a delicious twist on sightseeing. Learn to make your own Belgian chocolates and take the sweet treats home after a workshop led by a master chocolatier.
$85.67 per adult
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Alex L wrote a review Feb 2020
Moscow, Russia299 contributions103 helpful votes
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Awesome must visit sight ! The tower is breath taking , with the audio guide you get to dive in to the medieval times and experience and share some of the historical moments as well as embrace some of the struggles of that era . An amazing exhibition of famous painter Bruegel takes you into a virtual reality tour unlike any other . Enjoy his art macabre and make your way to the top of the tower for a breath taking view of the city . One of the best tours i have done . This was a great pleasure ! Merci beaucoup !
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Hendrik T wrote a review Dec 2019
Leuven, Belgium80 contributions15 helpful votes
I visited the Halle gate since there is an exposition of the painter Bruegel. The gate is visiting worthwhile and now you have an exposition of the painter Breugel (16th century) and it's time. Audio guide is good and included. Try also the virtual reality where you enter into this period. You have also a good view of Brussels at the rampart.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Antoinette wrote a review Sep 2019
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Wonderful meal, and excellent service from Kosta! Highly recommend the mussels and beer. Would go again.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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Heartstotravel wrote a review Sep 2019
Rochester, Minnesota893 contributions79 helpful votes
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We needed a time filler and found this on TA. Nice walk from our hotel. Reasonably priced. Elevators available if you don’t want to take the stairs. Kid friendly, we noticed rubber ducks placed throughout so there’s some kind of search game for children. Nice to be able to step outside at the top and see out over the city. Clean restrooms on main level.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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Jacob Wardamse wrote a review Aug 2019
Dublin, Ireland62 contributions13 helpful votes
A magical tower taking you back to the Middle- Ages. Walking around it feels like exploring an unknown forgotten, fairly tale fortress. We visited the Gate in the middle of a busy touristy summer period, but as the tower is a bit outside of the tourist inner city, the place was totally empty, which we found great as we hate crowds and disneyland kind of tourists. The Halle Gate si a 5- storey gothic tower gate with a relatively small exposition on arms, armour, applied arts and decorations from 15 to 18 centuries. On one of the top floors at the tower's parapet there is an extensive panorama platform, where you can enjoy the city views. At the very topmost floor of the tower you are actually at the tower's marvelous wooden trusses structure from at least 19th century. The structure is really exceptional and one of its kind, even somebody not interested in architecture would admire the intricate detailing of the old master's skills. Would highly recommend it if you have kids- they would love it!
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Date of experience: August 2019
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