How much do you love chocolate and beautiful sights? If much enough, you should visit Brussels. Did you know that at Brussels Airport, people buy more chocolate bars than in any other place in the world? Local chocolate is rightfully regarded as one of the best.

But the purpose of this article is not chocolate, but a free city tour. Any Brussels walking tour is one of the best ways to see all the beautiful places in this city. There is no need to spend hundreds of euros to slowly drive past a beautiful temple or monument after hearing a few facts from Wikipedia. With the same success, you can just read the article on Wikipedia and that's it. Why pay more? 

Brussels free tours

You must be wondering how tours can be free? Is it not necessary to pay hundreds or even thousands of euros or dollars to satisfy your thirst for beauty? Yes, you are right. All of these tours are free and do not require any pre-payment or post-payment.

And the guides do everything to make it interesting for you. The tips they receive after the tours depend on it. Yes, as already mentioned, you don’t have to pay for anything. What makes such tours extremely preferable is not only for those who are on a tight budget, but also for those who do not want to pay more for something that may cost less.

However, tips are also optional. Whether to leave tips or not is up to you. Guides will try to tell you something interesting and unusual, to make your tour unforgettable and interesting. That's how they deserve their tips.

Most guides are also local, so they know their city almost perfectly. In addition to well-known facts, they will also tell you something interesting from the field of local folklore and tales. It is also possible that guides from huge companies that treat their business as a job, not a hobby, will not tell you much.

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As already mentioned, most tours are free. At the time of writing, there are:

35 Brussels tours available on the site;
28 of them are free.

The rest of the tours are a bit "unusual". Tours on rented mopeds or bicycles, individual photo tours, and so on. Don’t forget to check other options on the site, many other tours in many other cities are also available and constantly updating.

So what are you still waiting for? If you buy a ticket to Brussels, be sure to buy a couple of chocolate bars at the airport, and set off to explore this beautiful European city.