More about Paris: A Day To Brussels
Take full advantage of your stay in Paris to discover Brussels. Take a comfortable, air-conditioned bus on a peaceful trip to see Belgium’s capital city at your own pace.
You’ll head to the Paris Bercy bus terminal located in Paris’s 12th "arrondissement". At the departure point, our representative will provide you with any information you might need to have a wonderful and peaceful day. You’ll then board a comfortable, air-conditioned bus, ready for departure at 8:00 a.m. Along the way, you’ll be greeted with views of the French countryside with free Wi-Fi onboard.
You will arrive in Brussels around noon, just in time to start the day with a tour of the city center. Brussels is a city with true architectural, culinary, and artistic wealth. During your stroll down picturesque streets, lanes, and through animated squares, you can admire the buildings whose façades evoke both art nouveau and comic books.
With a Brussels Card, you can benefit from reduced prices in several restaurants listed in the guide we provide at the beginning of the tour. Don’t miss out on gastronomical specialties for which Brussels is renowned. Savor world-famous fries served with mussels or another dish from the Nazi resistance, then finish off with a delicious Belgian waffle.
After your lunch, you can head out to discover the city, visiting Brussels’s many neighborhoods as you desire. The historical center is where most monuments and neighborhoods are located. Pass through the Grand-Place, It has been classified as a UNESCO world heritage site since 1998. It is surrounded by the City Hall, which hearkens back to medieval architecture, and the Maison du Roi, the interior of which was completely renovated in 1985. A few steps away are the Saint Hubert Royal Galleries, among the oldest in Europe. Inside are dozens of shops and some of the world’s greatest chocolate makers.
If you are passionate about comic books, be sure to take the comic book route. As the capital of comic books, Brussels has created an itinerary that includes murals on the city’s buildings depicting celebrated comic book characters. You can also see the comic book museum located in the same neighborhood.
If you'd like to explore the city further, you can walk to the Cinquantenaire, a park surrounded by the Museum of Armed Forces, the Air Museum, car museum, and the Cinquantenaire museum, which displays royal art and history. You can also head to the Atomium neighborhood, where a metallic structure has been constructed.
You will head to the bus station at 5:45 pm (for a departure at 6.15 pm) to board your bus, which will take you back to Paris. You will arrive at Paris-Bercy around 10:30 pm.