Visite giornaliere

POSSIBILITA’ DI ATTIVITA’ ALTERNATIVE E VIAGGI GIORNALIERI

SCUOLE, ASSOCIAZIONI, SENIOR, GRUPPI GIOVANILI… COMPLETATE LA VOSTRA GIORNATA CON ALTRE ATTIVITA’!

* Atomium (Heysel accanto al Bruparck)

Una costruzione insolita e un’architettura ingegniosa per il simbolo della capitale d’Europa. Un ascensore super veloce (5 m/sec) vi porta in attimo fin su in cima. Dai 100m di altezza si gode di una visuale unica su Bruxelles e la regione del Brabante.
La visita all’Atomium è assolutamente da non perdere! Per informazioni, http://www.atomium.be
Prenotazioni presso Atomium.

 

* Océade (Bruparck)

Il paradiso acquatico subtropicale di Bruxelles con la piscina ad onde, 14 mega-toboghe (fuori e dentro), tra cui la famosa TURBO KAMIKAZE. Scivoli d’acqua, Jacuzzi, saune e continuo divertimento vi aspettano! Oreade, il numero 1 per le toboghe. Un mondo sommerso fuori di testa per grandi e piccini. 4 ore si divertimento.

Per informazioni: http://www.oceade.be Prenotazioni presso Mini-Europe.

* Il Planetario di Bruxelles (Heysel – Bruparck)

Nel planetario di Bruxelles, uno dei più grandi d’Europa, potrai scoprire – guardandole proiettate su un magico emisfero –
tutte le bellezze e il panorama dello spazio: stelle scintillanti, pianeti, comete e vedute spettacolari del firmamento!

Potrai anche trovare mostre sia temporanee sia permanenti su argomenti legati all’astronomia e alla conquista dello spazio.

Info: www.planetarium.be
Prenotazioni presso il Planetarium stesso.
Tel.: +32(0)2/474.70.50

* Planète chocolat (City center)

The Chocolate Demonstration shows you the history of cocoa from the Mayans until now, its evolution
throughout centuries and the fabrication of chocolate  from top to bottom.
This explanation is followed by  a tasting of hot chocolate to drink and some home made pralines.
Information and bookings : PLANETE CHOCOLAT
Tel : +32(0)2/ 511.07.55 – Fax : +32(0)2/ 512.13.05 –
planetechocolat@skynet.be | www.planetechocolat.com

* ChocoStory (Museo de Cacao e de Chocolato)

Beautifull stop for chocolate-lovers, the Museum of Cocoa and Chocolate is located very close to the «
Grand Place » in the city center of Brussels . (Rue de la Tête d’Or 9/11)
The Museum is located in a house of the 17th century where the family de Valck used to brew her beer.
The Museum of Cocoa and Chocolate invites you to a trip towards the univers of chocolate from the origins until the finish product. You’ll deep in the history of the aztekes. You’ll discover how cocoa arrived in Europe and how it was consumed at that time.

The Quality of Belgian chocolate is acknowledged world-wide. Thanks to illustrations, informative panels, and a video, you’ll learn everything about the culture of cocoa and the transformation of cocoa into chocolate.
The attractive point of the visit is the demonstration with a chocolate master who shows you how to make artisanals pralines. The Museum has two other floors where you can see several objects linked with chocolate. Chocolates sculptures and dresses made of chocolade are also exposed.
During your visit, you can taste chocolate and you can buy some chocolate at our shop.

Practical Information :

Opening hours : From Tuesday to Sunday from 10 am to 16.30 pm. Closed on Monday.
Adress : Rue de la Tête d’Or 9/11 ; 1000 Brussels ; 02/ 514. 20. 48 ; www.mucc.be ; info@mucc.be

* Museum BELvue – Belgian history (City Centre)

Come and complete your discovery of Europe by discovering Belgium and its amazing history!
More than 1,500 documents, old photographs, film extracts and objects tell the story of the great moments in our country’s history.
Your visit will also be the occasion to discover a very special place, the magnificent 18th century Bellevue town house, located right at the side of the Royal Palace and overlooking the palace gardens.
Much more than simply stones and history, the BELvue welcomes you through its enormous doors and enables you to re-live part of our collective memory.
The BELvue has a fascinating history and is eager to share it all with you.

For schools, the price includes the entrance ticket and one booklet by student.
For groups, the price covers only the entrance ticket, but guided visits are available on request.

Information & reservation: BELvue Museum, 7 Place des Palais, 1000 Brussels.
Tel: +32(0)70/22 04 92 – Fax: +32(0)2/502.46.23 – info@belvue.be – www.belvue.be

 

* Natural Sciences Museum (European Area)

The Museum is home to the largest Dinosaur Gallery in Europe. We display T.Rex,
Triceratops, Diplodocus, Stegosaurus, Maisasaur, Cryolophosaurus and many more.
We also have the pride of Belgium, the original fossils from our enormous collection of Iguanodons.
But there is much more to see. Such as the brand new Mosasaur Hall,
these water-dwelling counterparts of the dinosaurs, the Gallery of the Evolution,
BiodiverCITY, 250 Years of Natural Sciences… And our extraordinary Gallery of
Humankind which opened in the spring of 2015!

Guided tours, on request.

Info & booking: 32 (0)2 627 42 52

info@naturalsciences.be

www.naturalsciences.be

 

* Parlamentarium: L’Europa è aperta sette giorni su sette

Scoprite il Parlamento Europeo in un modo completamente diverso presso il
Parlamentarium, il nuovo centro visite del Parlamento Europeo. Attraverso
strumenti multimediali mozzafiato, i visitatori avranno la possibilità di
sperimentare come vengano prese le decisioni e come esse influenzino la vita
quotidiana dei cittadini europei. Grandi e piccoli possono scoprire la politica
europea in modo innovativo e divertente. Per ulteriori informazioni:
www.europarl.europa.eu/parlamentarium


FREE OF CHARGE

* Visita guidata di Bruxelles (3h00)

Parti con il pullman alla scoperta di Bruxelles e del suo patrimonio architettonico. Una visita che sorprenderà chiunque! Questo giro include una visita guidata (a piedi) alla Grand Place e dintorni (Galleria Reale, Ilot Sacré, Manneken Pis)
Informazioni e prenotazioni presso Mini-Europe.

* GUIDED TOUR IN THE EUROPEAN AREA

It was the wish of King Leopold II to extend the boroughs of Brussels outside its historic center; the organization of international and universal exhibitions in Brussels: the Heysel, Jubilee park, Solbosch; furthermore, European headquarters, have given Brussels a unique historic role in contemporary Europe.

Some European institutions have settled in Brussels.  But how does the European Union function? Who decides what?  Do Belgians, French, Germans, Polish or Estonians feel European? How do they live in Brussels? What are the implications for Brussels, the federal capital of Belgium?

Commission, Parliament, Councils,… How do the European institutions work in Brussels?

 Two programms are available:
1. Brussels among the stars
2. Good morning! Bom dia! Dobry den! Buongiorno! … (for kids from 6 to 12 years old)
130€/max. 25 participants – Info & bookings: MINI-EUROPE
In collaboration with www.e-guides.be

* THE DAY PACKAGE “A day with the Brusseleirs”
Program :

10h00 : Free visit of Mini-Europe.
12h00 : Free time for lunch
14h00 : Departure for the Cantillon brewery or Chocolate museum with your coach.
This activity can be replaced by other combined visits.
14h40 : Guided visit at the chocolate museum or the brewery + possibility to taste.
16h00 : Departure with your coach. Drive to the centre of Brussels .
16h30 : Guided visit of the Grand’Place of Brussels and the surrounding area.
17h20 : Free time. 18h30 : End of your trip.

Rate: € 130/coach for the guide in the afternoon + price of the combination which varies in function of the chosen activity and the kind of group.

More info click here

* One day in Brussels

4 top activities to discover Brussels in one day!

Mini-Europe + Atomium + Planète Chocolat + Chez Léon Restaurant

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More info : www.brusselsinoneday.be
Click here to download the leaflet in english