Escapada a Bruselas con Estilo y Romanticismo

Escapada a Bruselas con Estilo y Romanticismo

Fin de semana largo en Bruselas. Un LUJO A TU ACLCANCE!

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09/03/2016

Madrid

Bruxelas

Spain
Barajas / 07:50
Air Europa UX 1171 Air Europa
2h 25m Direto
Belgium
10:15 Brussels Natl
09/03/2016 12/03/2016

Bruxelas

Acerca da cidade

Do centro medieval de cortar a respiração até ao templo do surrealismo do século XXI – o novo Museu Magritte – Bruxelas oferece mais do que só cerveja e chocolate e vai para além da imagem cinzenta de capital dos burocratas da EU. De facto, Bruxelas é uma cidade criativa e dinâmica. O seu centro compacto está repleto de bares, restaurantes e museus espalhados por ruas pavimentadas. Inevitavelmente, a Grand Place é o ponto de partida de qualquer turista. Composta por edifícios de traços flamengos e pela impressionante Town Hall, seria difícil encontrar uma praça mais bonita em toda a europa. É, merecidamente, património mundial da UNESCO e a joia da coroa da cidade. Os bairros vizinhos de Royal e Sablon albergam galerias de arte e antiquários. Abandone o mapa da cidade e explore as ruas destes bairros, onde encontrará mercados de rua, casas art-deco e lojas únicas. Os bruxelenses têm muito orgulho no seu humor intelectual, coroado por um forte gosto pelo bizarro. A cidade é indissociável do movimento de arte surrealista, liderado por René Magritte, bem como da banda desenhada de Tintin, da autorie de Hergé. Há alguma ironia no facto do monumento mais conhecido da cidade ser Manneken-Pis, uma pequena estátua de um rapaz a urinar. Tudo isto convive com colecções de arte de classe mundial, gastronomia fantástica (incluindo mexilhões, búzios, fritos, waffles, algumas das melhores cervejas europeias e chocolate). O calendário cultural da cidade está repleto de eventos para todos os gostos, desde a Foire du Midi – uma feira de rua cheia de atrações – até ao Mercado de Natal que tem lugar na Praça de Santa Catarina com 240 bancas, um ringue de patinagem e uma roda gigante. Um dos principais eventos é Art Brussels, ponto de encontro de críticos de arte de todo o mundo e que mostra o lado mais criativo e edgy da cidade. O bairro Europeu também merece uma visita e centra-se à volta das praças Schuman e Berlaymont. A área mais animada é a Praça do Luxemburgo: os bares enchem por voltas das 18h nos dias úteis com parte dos 20.000 diplomatas, políticos e funcionários das instituições que residem na cidade depois desta se ter tornado num centro politico internacional após a Segunda Grande Guerra. Abra os olhos e será agradavelmente surpreendido com o que Bruxelas tem para oferecer.

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Hotel Prince de Liege

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DOUBLE STANDARD (1) - ACOMODAÇÃO E CAFÉ DA MANHÃ
3 Atividades
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Guided Beer Tour in Spanish

dia 2 - At 4.45pm in Spanish
Delve into the exciting world of Belgian beer: the culture and history behind it as well as its production method. Discover the different types of beer in the best locations. At 4:45pm we meet at the tourist office of the Grand Place where you will hear an introduction on brewing history.

The visit includes a tasting of four beers at three of the most emblematic places in Brussels as well as a document with recommendations on the best factories, shops and an outline on the different types of beer. Belgium, a country the same size as Galicia, boasts 1132 brands of beer. Every day more and more people are interested in knowing about and enjoying the variety offered by the country. Discover the reasons that have given it its fame, exclusive Lambic beers and beers produced by Trappist monks.

Meeting/pick-up point: By the door to the Tourism Office.
Start/opening time: 4:45pm.
End/closing time: 7:15pm.
Languages: Spanish.
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Brussels grand city tour

dia 2 - In German
This half day bus tour is an ideal introduction to Europe's capital, a crossroads between north and south and a real metropolitan melting pot of cultures and languages.

Discover the world famous Grand Place, the heart of mediaeval Brussels with its splendid old guild houses. Marvel at the magnificent St. Michael’s Cathedral with its twin bell towers. Go for a stroll around the area around Sablon square in the old town with its many antique shops and quirky restaurants and bars.

This extensive two and a half hour bus tour will take you to all the main attractions including the Royal Residence, Royal Square, the Belgian Houses of Parliament, the Chinese Pavilion and the Japanese Tower. We'll pass through the elegant Cinquantenaire district, with its Triumphal Arch, exceptional museums and splendid Art Nouveau houses. Other attractions include the imposing EU buildings housing the European Commission, the European Parliament and the Council of Ministers and the world-famous Atomium, built to commemorate the World Exhibition of 1958.

Belgium makes some of the best chocolates and beer in the world, so you should not miss the chance to try some. Nor should you leave without trying some delicious waffles. The best are to be had in the area around the Grand Place.

Meeting/ Pick up point: Free Pick up service for SOME hotels in Brussels City center. To reconfirm if your hotel is included please call to telephone number in the voucher. Or please go to meeting point De Boeck office, Grasmarkt, 82 Rue Marché aux Herbes, 1000 Brussels. Whether you are picked up at your hotel or you are heading to the meeting point, clients need to be there 30 min prior to the departure time of the tour.
Duration: 2.5 hours.
Start or opening time: 9.45am.
End or closing time: 12.30pm.
Languages: English, French, Spanish and Dutch.
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Brussels grand city tour with chocolatier visit

dia 3 - In German
Taste Brussels and nibble on some luxury Belgian chocolates with this afternoon grand tour of the capital of Europe. You will see some of the most outstanding landmarks that the city has to offer, including royal palaces, churches, parks and cutting edge architecture.

The tour begins with a stroll to the beautiful Grand Place, dominated by the almost 100 metre tall Gothic belfry of the city hall. The square is the heartbeat of the city and it is flanked by partly gilded guild houses of the breathtaking beauty. Each one tells a different story as your guide will reveal.

We will then head out to the suburbs, passing by the Gothic grandeur of the cathedral on our way to the Atomium, a futuristic building made of interconnected spheres. The nearby Chinese Gardens and Japanese Tower are next on the itinerary.

Across the Royal Demesne is the Royal Palace of Laeken, the elegant residence of the King and Queen of the Belgians, which we’ll pass as we drive to the upmarket district of Sablon, famed for is boutiques and antiques dealerships.

You will see the eclectic Palace of Justice, which is believed to be the largest building built in the 19th century, as we continue our drive to the Place Royale before heading for the modernity of the European quarter, where you will see all the leading EU institutions. On our way back to the centre, we’ll pass a monumental triumphal arch, some eye-catching art nouveau houses and the Belgian Parliament.

During the tour, we will visit one of the best chocolatiers in town and you will learn how this delicious delicacy is made as well as sample a few pieces.

Meeting/pick-up point: Some city centre hotels or if not at 82 Rue Marche aux Herbes/Grasmarkt.
Duration: Three-and-a-half hours.
Start/opening time: 2pm.
Languages: English, French, Spanish, Dutch and German.
12/03/2016

Bruxelas

Madrid

Belgium
Brussels Natl / 18:20
Air Europa UX 1174 Air Europa
2h 25m Direto
Spain
20:45 Barajas

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Escapada a Bruselas con Estilo y Romanticismo
Escapada a Bruselas con Estilo y Romanticismo