Brussels Card – The Easiest Way to Explore Brussels
If you’re thinking of traveling to Belgium and spend a nice time in Brussels, I suggest you the Brussels Card!
I found out about this brilliant card when I was doing my homework on what to see, museums to visit and transportation in the belgian capital city. It looked like the most reliable option for someone who was spending a week in the city.
- 24 Hours – 22 €
- 48 Hours – 30€
- 72 Hours – 38€
How to Get It:
- You can reserve it through http://ticketing.visitbrussels.be/en/bc
- You can buy it directly from the Visit.Brussels Office at the Grand Place open everyday
- At the Toerisme Vlaanderen office Rue Marché aux Herbes 61 – 1000 Brussels open everyday
- At some museums: Autoworld, Belgian Centre for Comic Strip Art, Old Masters Museum, Museum of Musical Instruments, Natural Sciences Museum, MOOF.
What Does it Include:
- Access to all STIB – Tram, Bus and Metro station inside Brussels area
- Free entry to 37 museums such as: Autoworld, Musée de la Ville, Planetarium, Brussels Aquarium etc
- Discount in some restaurants, bars, clubs and museums: e.g – The Atomium, Mini-Europe and Hard Rock Café
- Discount in several shops: Elisabeth, Planète Chocolate and others
- Discount in guided tours
- Free rides on Hop On Hop Off Buses (Only with the Brussels-Card + Hop On Hop Off Choice) 34, 46 and 58€
- A City map including all the street names, museums and an underground map
I bought the 48 hours Brussels Card because I was going to spend some of my vacation days traveling across Luxembourg and the Netherlands, but the next time I go back I’ll be buying the 72 hours one and visit all the museums I didn’t have a chance to visit.
My favorite museum was definitely the Museum of Natural Sciences. If you really love chocolate I suggest visiting the Museum of Cocoa and Chocolate, where you get to eat chocolate for free!
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