viva tours

Viva Brussels Free tour takes place:
from Mondays to Saturdays in English.
Everyday at 10am 13:30pm and 4pm Meeting point is at the Grand Place, look for the orange umbrella.         

Viva Brussels is run by some friends who decided to create an Alternative Free Walking Tour of Brussels. The idea is to give the people, both locals and travelers, the opportunity to see the city from an alternative perspective. The tour is free but of course at the end of every tour, they give the people the opportunity to value the tour depending their own experience and in that way people can collaborate as they want. Tips are totally welcome!.

Viva Brussels is a non-profit organization that intends to offer economically accessible touristic services while collaborating with social-ecological projects in Brussels. This services will be pointed to all kind of people, local or travelers, and since their goal is to not profit from this, the money collected will go to sustainable/ecological projects. Their main goal right now is to fund a sustainable studio , where they can create recycled gadgets that in a future they hope to share with all the people who join the tour as a token of gratitude for their collaboration. They will ask people to collaborate with them as volunteers, and in that way peple will be able to learn about the recycling process and sustainability.




The city in a different way.

Is it possible to merge tourism, sport activities and nature, here in Brussels? Yes, it is! The Sightjogging NPO mixes history, town culture and experienced jogging coach. The idea is to allow jogging enthusiasts on holiday to discover the town while fulfilling their sports needs.


Brussels Sightjogging currently offers 3 main circuits in Brussels, about 8km each:

'Pentagon' Tour The circuit goes around the old city of Brussels (Manneken-Pis, Grand Place, Royal Palace, Cathedral of St. Michel and Gudule, the Marolles district, the Sablon, Place des Martyrs...)

'European' Tour The circuit leads you to the heart of Brussels European quarter, including of course the institutions of the Union, but also to the many art nouveau houses along the route.

'Atomium' Tour Starting from the Atomium, the circuit crosses all the various royal parks and attractions nearby.


Around 50€ per person if you are alone, 35€ if you are 2.


Every Sunday morning come and enjoy a special sightjogging group.
Come alone or with others to join the group.

• Tour is more or less the classical tours (varies each Sundays).
• Cultural explanation depends on the number of people.
• Group limited to 20 people.

Special price for Sleep Well guests: 10€ per person.




For many years, Brussels has been the capital city of comics...

Since 1993, the city has been covering its walls with murals, a joint initiative of the City Council and the Comic strip museum. There are now more than thirty murals spread across the city. Famous comic characters are often represented in typical Brussels scenery. As these murals tend to be located outside the traditional tourist routes, the curious lover of comics who goes looking for them can at the same time discover totally unknown neighbourhoods.

For more information and to download the map, visit




The best of Brussels in one card!


24 H Brussels Card - 24 € ( + public transports : 31,50€ )

48 H Brussels Card - 32 € ( + public transports : 46,00€ )

72 H Brussels Card - 39 € ( + public transports : 57,00€ )


The Brussels Card is the best way to discover the fascinating capital of Europe. It offers you, during 24, 48 or 72h, free entry to over 30 museums, free use of public transports and exclusive offers in designers boutiques, shops, exhibitions, restaurants & attractions. To know what's included with the Brussels Card and to purchase it, go to