After visiting the city on our Brussels Discovery Tour, take advantage of the many activities to do with your family. The Belgian capital is full of places that are accessible from a very young age. Discover our top ten activities in Brussels to do with children: historical sites, museums, gastronomy, green spaces......
Top things to do in Brussels
You are visiting Brussels in May? Take advantage of your stay to discover the city dressed in the colours of the rainbow for Belgian Pride. Numerous cultural and festive events are organised throughout the city and the closing parade will take place this year on 21 May.
Located not far from Paris and London, Brussels is the perfect European get away. Being a great and ideal city, the Belgian capital is sure to please both youngsters and adults with plenty of fun activities and family-friendly places to see.
Visiting Brussels for a weekend? Discover our suggestions for unmissable monuments, museums, places and activities in the Belgian capital.
The Brussels Ommegang is back for another edition. We reveal the history of this popular Belgian festival as well as all the information you need to know to enjoy the festivities.
The Greenhouses of Laeken are open to the public for three weeks each spring, in keeping with the century-old tradition.
Discover the new edition of the Bright Brussels festival: Follow the light. The Belgian capital is lit up with a thousand lights over four evenings and through three routes in different districts of Brussels.
The world's largest dance festival Tomorrowland returns this summer over three weekends from 15 to 31 July. Take advantage of this event to visit Brussels. Discover the emblematic monuments of the Belgian capital with our Brussels Discovery tour.
Strolling hand in hand, sipping chocolate, watching a beautiful sunset or enjoying a romantic dinner, Brussels is a cosmopolitan city that offers many activities to do as a couple, especially on Valentine's Day. Discover the Belgian capital at your own pace with one of our bus tours.