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Private Guide in Brussels - Mike

(Member Since 2005) Excursions/tous in the following cities: Brussels, Ypres, Romagne-sous-Montfaucon, Antwerp, Bruges, Zeebrugge, Ghent, From Belgium to Netherlands Languages: English, French, German, Dutch, Italian, Spanish, Swedish

40 years of tourism and hotel business experienced. Private guide in Belgium Mike able to recognize his guests, and to give them exactly what they are expecting and to take the appropriate attitude to their personality. I will drive you in my personal Mercedes E elegance 2010 (4 persons max.). I always tell the truth about "legends", and never loose time, in bringing my guests to "any commission shops". My rates are always very fair, with no (bad) surprise. I am known for this. To welcome you to Belgium, I will be mostly honored to "pick you up" at the airport (any), or railway stations, and drive you to your hotel, making sure you are confortable and eventually, planifying your stay and visits.
Mike's Private tours: Brussels: The Classical tour Brussels: Arts Nouveaux Tour Bruges Ghent ( or Ghhent and Bruges ) Waterloo Ypres, Veurne, Dixmuide ( W.W. 1 Memorials Tour ) The Belgian Ardennes ( Bastogne and W.W. 2 Memorials Optional ) Cruise Ships Passengers Zeebrugge (Bruges) Luxembourg

Private Guide in Brussels

Private Guide in Brussels - Andrea

(Member Since 2014) Excursions/tous in the following cities: Bruges, Antwerp, Leuven, Brussels, From Belgium to Netherlands Languages: Russian, Italian, Spanish, English, French

Be my guest in Belgium & The Netherlands! I work as a guide already more than 10 years and will be my pleasure to provide nothing less than the best service! For me the client is the king! THE NETHERLANDS: AMSTERDAM/VOLENDAM/ROTTERDAM/THE HAGUE BELGIUM: THE BATTLE OF THE BULGE/BRUGES & GHENT/ANTWERP & MECHELEN/LUXEMBOURG/NAMUR & DINANT

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Private Guide in Bruges - Georges D.

(Member Since 2015) Excursions/tous in the following cities: Bruges, Antwerp, Bastogne, Ypres, Brussels Languages: English, Dutch, French, German

Georges started guiding in 2000 when he retired from the Navy. After 2 years of study, He became a certified and licensed Tour Guide in 2004 and also became a member of IATM (International Association of Tour Managers).

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Capital: Brussels
Language: French
Currency: Euro (EUR)
Calling Code: +32



Belgium is a small but charming European country bounded by The Netherlands, Germany and France, with a brief portion of coastline on the North Sea. Despite its size, Belgium is a country with far reaching global influence. Its capital city, Brussels, is also the self-proclaimed “Capital of Europe” as home to the headquarters of the European Union, as well as the headquarters for NATO and other important international organizations. Although English is widely spoken in Belgium, the country has three official languages: French, Dutch and German.

People come to the Kingdom of Belgium to enjoy its rich cultural heritage and superb cuisine. Bruges is an important port on the North Sea and a busy cruise ship destination. Visitors to Zeebruges enjoy canal boat tours in this city so like Venice, and explorations into the historical cobblestoned streets of Old Town show you several important UNESCO World Heritage Sites, such as The Beguinages, a Benedictine nunnery, and the famous Halve Maan Brewery where you’ll find the famojus Bruges Zot beer. 

Visitors to Brussels must certainly go and see the magnificent Grand Place, a breathtaking medieval square lined with ornate guild houses and adorned with the infamous statue, the Mannekin Pis. If you are looking for a city with a vibrant nightlife, try visiting Antwerp, which is also known as the Diamond Capital of the World. 

A visit to the city of Liege is an opportunity to explore a place that is abundant in cultural riches. The Grand Curtius is an area of fascinating museums and art galleries, including a glass museum and a world-renowned weaponry museum. Nearby is the city of Spa, a lovely village known as the “Pearl of the Ardennes” because of its bucolic setting in a forested valley surrounded by rolling hills. Spa has been famous for its hot springs water treatments since the 14th century.

Many people also visit Belgium in order to pay homage to the thousands of soldiers who sacrificed their lives in the defense of freedom at the Battle of the Bulge near Bastogne in WWII. The Wood of Peace is dedicated to the American soldiers and Belgian combatants who fought in the Ardennes.


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Hi Georges, thank you for the prompt reply. The trip will be on 01.-04.10.2015. 01.10. there is only evenings pick up from the airport and a dinner. 04.10. only to bring the group to the airport. Thanks a lot for your support. Best regards, Jukka
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