Discover Belgium's multicultural and historic capital on your own with your Brussels hop-on hop-off ticket. Enjoy the freedom to explore Brussels at your own pace and see the sites you want to see with the fun and flexible hop-on hop-off Brussels tours. There is more than what meets the eye in the capital city of Belgium. Get ready for the multitude of experiences with the Tootbus Brussels bus tour that covers more than 20 attractions of the city. So, get going!
one of the best miniature in europe excellent experience. we are very happy and good price
It seemed to be very up to date on the current landscape in the Europe.. Love the scale size and sometimes having and activity with the country. Wish the guide was a little more clearer on the order ...
Fairly expensive but infrequent buses.
Get ready to explore mini-Europe on an open-deck bus and enjoy the 360-degree views of the city. Brussels is home to over 90 museums and countless eateries. The city is renowned for its European appeal through and through, waffles, beer, chocolates and remarkable architecture.
With hop-on hop-off Brussels, you can enjoy a unique perspective of the city and get the best photos taken. The Tootbus covers over 20 prominent attractions with strategically placed stops. You can pick from the Red route and the Blue route.
The Blue route attractions include Michel-et-Gudule Cathedral, the Belgium 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, the Grote Markt and many more.
The red route will take you past Mont des Arts, the Palace of Fine Arts in Brussels, the Sablons quarter, the European Parliament, the Place Royale and the Coudenberg Palace, the Musical Instruments Museum, the Horta Museum, the Royal Museums of Fine Arts of Belgium - Oldmasters, Magritte, Fin-de-Siècle, Constantin Meunier, the Royal Museums of Art and History, Parc du Cinquantenaire, Etangs d’Ixelles and many more.
The best time to visit Brussels is during the shoulder season from March to May. The weather is slightly warm with temperatures up to 15 degrees Celsius. The city is not very crowded so you might be able to score good deals on sightseeing and accommodation. The high season is from June to August to enjoy mild oceanic climates. But be prepared to encounter crowds everywhere.
There are several ticket options available to you, depending on your length of stay. Each bus tour will have validity from 24, 36, 48 to 72 hours. And the great thing is you can plan ahead as the vouchers are valid anywhere between 6 months to 1 year and can be used at any point during that period. Check the product page or bus tour operator for complete details.
You can visit the relevant product page and check the Useful Downloads section to find the latest information as routes, stops, and timings change frequently.
The Brussels Tootbus hop-on hop-off bus tour covers all major attractions of the city with strategically placed stops. These tours also include free guided walking tours and immersive audio commentary in several languages such as English, French, Spanish, Italian, German, and Dutch to ensure that you don’t miss a thing.
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