Brussels Discovery City hop-on hop-off bus tour
Valid for 1 or 2 days, Tootbus Brussels Discovery tour allows you to get on and off the bus and explore Brussels at your own pace.
- Explore Brussels at your own pace in the open air
- See Brussels' top attractions
- Enjoy stunning views and capture amazing shots from the open top deck
- Experience the city in comfort and safety, your ride is eco-friendly!
- Learn Key facts about Brussels through the audio guide for adults and children.
- From 30 April to 8 May, buses will be exceptionnally running every 90 minutes on the red route.
Departures every day from Monday to Sunday
First departure: 09:30 AM Last departure: 5:30 PM
Buses every 45 minutes
Overview Brussels Discovery
Check out all the wonderful things Brussels has to offer in a day or two when you hop on board the Tootbus Brussels Discovery tour!
Your ticket is valid on the blue and red route, hop on at any of the stops available, take advantage of the incredible views of the capital from above to make your way around and pinpoint all the attractions you want to see up close. Follow your hit list, hop-off at the nearest stop and explore the city at your own pace.
The blue route takes you past Brussels' must see attractions including Saints-Michel-et-Gudule Cathedral, the Belgian Comic Strip Centre, the Botanical Garden, Charles Rogier Square, the Basilica of Koekelberg, Eglise Notre-Dame de Laeken, the Royal Castle of Laeken and Royal Greenhouses, the Atomium, the Magritte Museum, Sainte-Catherine Square, the Manneken-Pis and the magnificent Grote Markt - Grand Place with the outstanding City Hall and the Art Nouveau major townhouses, designated as UNESCO World Heritage in 1998.
If you wish to experience authentic Brussels, the Marolles neighbourhood is your hit, a colorful mix of old and new where you will find the city's oldest bars, traditional cuisine brasseries, vintage shops, urban art around and the famous Flea Market, all sorounded by a festive atmosphere.
Once you have covered the blue route, jump on the red and stop at Place Royale to head the best viewpoint over Brussels, Mont des Arts. Also on this route are the Palace of Fine Arts in Brussels, the Sablons quarter, the European Paliement and a bunch of museums located around the Place Royale and the Coudenberg Palace including the Musical Instruments Museum, the Horta Museum, the Royal Museums of Fine Arts of Belgium or the Royal Museums of Art and History located on the Parc du Cinquantenaire.
You may want to visit Bailli-Chatelain and St Gilles neighborhoods, a real piece of paradise for Art Nouveau lovers or have a tranquil walk around the Ixelles Ponds.
Brussels is a real open-air museum, just have a look up, comic strip and street art artworks are all around and may cover building walls, benches, lamps, shop fronts and even ceilings!