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It started off quite well when I popped in just to double check that I new where the town museum and house of European history were in Brussels., and I received some helpful advice.
However, when I returned and took my new number in the...More
We spent three days in Brussels.
On four occasions we asked for minimal information. Staff looked as if they had something better to do. Circumspect information at best. Wrong information on one occasion; we had read on trip advisor that most museums are closed on...More
I went to ask for a small map since we were only in Brussels for a few hours. We were told it was 1 euro. It is not a lot, but it is absolutely ridiculous that an info center would make you pay for it....More
There's the big " I " in front drawing your interest, but next to it there's also a sign saying " Police ". Kinda unusual to have police next to tourist info, but you learn something new everyday.
Staff was friendly, spoke good english and...More
It is like any other information centre but for the fact that the entrance door is classy cum fancy. The tourist desk staff was OKAY. I liked the staff at Bruges better as they were more friendly. You can fetch a map or a guide...More
We spend 10 day s in Brussels, exept two days in Brugges ang Gent but I couldn't find this Touristic informations: Maybe I am stupid or blind but couldn't find it. It was maps to buy in churces and small shops with souvenirs but very...More
Everywhere in the world, there are free basic maps of the city centre... Well, not in the info-centre in the Town Hall... When I asked about the map, they offered me a map for 0,50€ (I know it is cheap but that is not the...More