Belgian Beer & Chocolate Walking Tour in Brussels

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This is a top tour for foodies visiting Brussels. Taste amazing handmade chocolates, sample great Belgian beers – both craft and traditional – and meet likeminded travellers.

Duration: 4.5 hours
    Available in
  • French,
  • English,
  • Spanish,
  • German,
  • Portuguese
Would definitely recommend for anyone interested in beer or chocolate and getting to know a little about the city of Brussels. Guides were friendly and knowledgeable. There was A LOT of chocolate and a good amount of beer plus a cheese platter to balance everything. Overall a great experience.
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Highlights

  • Enjoy an entertaining walking tour in the city centre
  • Visit the most exclusive chocolate shops in Brussels
  • Taste a minimum of 10 chocolates
  • Visit a beer boutique and local bars around Grand-Place
  • Learn about Belgian beer styles and sample at least 6
  • Get a 10% discount at 2 of the shops visited

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Description

The first part of the tour includes visits to various chocolate shops where you’ll get to try some amazing flavours: crunchy hazelnut, dark ganache, salted butter caramel, ginger, tea, coffee, saffron, chilli…

The chocolatiers are always experimenting with new flavours, textures and cocoa bean varieties. Expect to be surprised!

The second part of the tour is a Belgian beer-tasting experience that will take you to a beer boutique and bars around Grand-Place. It’s a great way to discover small taverns and mix with locals.

You’ll sample beers that are all completely different and all specific to Belgium. Abbey beers, Trappists, Lambics, Krieks, Belgian IPAs, Triple Blondes, Double Browns – you name it!

During the tour you’ll also learn about the city’s history, explore hidden corners and wander off the beaten path.

What’s included & not included

  • Friendly (and sometimes funny) guide
  • Chocolate tasting
  • Beer tasting
  • Cheese and cured meats
  • Nice fellow travellers
  • Love!
  • Typical tour guide with a flag
  • Bad chocolate
  • Bud Light
  • Carlsberg

Meeting point

Rue du Marché aux Herbes 110

Reviews from travellers (49)

5.0/5

Excellent tour
Would definitely recommend for anyone interested in beer or chocolate and getting to know a little about the city of Brussels. Guides were friendly and knowledgeable. There was A LOT of chocolate and a good amount of beer plus a cheese platter to balance everything. Overall a great experience.
Awesome tour
We booked the Belgian Beer and Chocolate tour at the last minute and had no idea what to expect. Our tour guide was awesome. Very friendly and a great tour guide. Explained everything very well and very knowledgeable about the history of the area as well as the chocolate and beers. She was funny and enthusiastic. One of the most enjoyable tours I've ever been on. I would highly recommend this tour when visiting Brussels!!
Daytrip to Brussels
My wife and I came to Paris for our honeymoon and decided to take a Thalys to Brussels to spend the day. We booked this tour because we are big food people and thought it was a great way to discover some new stuff. This was so much more than a food tour! Baptiste and Martha give you a full blown experience of the city, its history, recommendations on restaurants and places to visit, and some pretty incredible chocolate and beer! If you are visiting Brussels, this is definitely something you want to do when you arrive so that the day or evening after the tour you can heed the suggestions and visit. If you are doing a day trip like we did, I think this is the best way to do it!
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Tour operated by: The Brussels Journey