Private Tour from Amsterdam to Brussels

Take an exciting day trip from Amsterdam to Brussels. This private tour allows you to explore Brussels at your own pace, offering flexibility to choose what interests you most, whether it’s historic sites, stunning architecture, or local delicacies like Belgian chocolates and waffles. Enjoy the comfort and convenience of a private chauffeur, traveling in a luxury vehicle.

About this activity

From:  750,00

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  • ⌛ Duration: 10 hour(s)
  • 🚙 Premium Vehicle
  • 💳 Secure payment
  • 📍 Pickup & Drop-off
  • 🔒 Private group
  • Grand Place: Check out the big historic square.
  • Manneken Pis: Visit the famous little statue.
  • Cathedral: Look at the beautiful church.
  • Royal Palace: Take a look at where the royals live.
  • Atomium: See the cool giant metal balls.
  • Experienced Driver: Enjoy the expertise of a professional chauffeur.
  • Private Transport: Ride in a luxury Mercedes with air conditioning.
  • WIFI & Water: Stay connected and hydrated with onboard WiFi and bottled water.
  • Hotel Service: Convenient pick-up and drop-off at your Amsterdam hotel.
  • Local Delights: Optional purchase of local delights
  • Phone Number: Required for driver communication.
  • Flight Number: Needed for airport transfer to monitor your arrival time.
  • Hotel Address: Always include the full hotel address for pickup.
  • Pickup Address: Provide the complete address for a seamless pickup.

Enjoy a special private day trip from Amsterdam to Brussels with your own private driver. Start your adventure in a luxurious Mercedes sedan or minibus. Your driver will be dressed in a suit and will pick you up directly from your hotel. Relax in the comfy seat and enjoy a free bottle of water as you begin your journey.

Once you arrive in Brussels, the vibrant heart of Europe, you can explore at your own speed. This customizable tour lets you see the best parts of Brussels, including the stunning historic city center. See famous spots like the Grand Place, the Manneken Pis statue, and the impressive Royal Palace. Make sure to take photos at the Atomium, and enjoy the lovely views from Jubilee Park and the Triumphal Arch.

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Discover Brussels At Your Pace

Take a walk through the city’s historic center, where old buildings frame a bustling market square. See important places like the Grand Place, St. Michael’s Cathedral, and the unique Atomium. Visit the Sablon district, known for its antique shops. Look at the grand buildings like the Palace of Justice and the Council of Ministers.

This day trip lets you choose what you want to do most in Brussels. Whether you love history, beautiful buildings, or trying Belgian chocolates and waffles, there’s something here for everyone. Discover Brussels in a unique and comfortable way on this private day trip that offers convenience, comfort, and the freedom to explore at your own pace.

Start From Amsterdam

The private day trip to Brussels begins with the comfort of being picked up directly from one’s hotel in Amsterdam. You can anticipate a relaxing ride in a luxury vehicle, attended by a knowledgeable private chauffeur who will navigate through the scenic routes, making the journey as enjoyable as the destination itself.

Arrival in Brussels

Upon arrival in Brussels, you will be greeted by the city’s rich tapestry of history and modernity. With the chauffeur’s assistance, it’s possible to craft an itinerary that includes visits to grand landmarks, such as the iconic Atomium, the historic Grand Place, and the Manneken Pis statue. The option to seek out local cuisine, like indulgent Belgian chocolates and waffles, is readily available, making the trip a feast for all the senses.

Brussels Major Attractions

The Atomium:


The Atomium is a must-visit landmark in Brussels, famous for its unique and futuristic design. This impressive structure was built for the 1958 Brussels World’s Fair and has since become a symbol of the city. The Atomium is made up of nine spheres that represent an iron crystal magnified 165 billion times. These spheres are connected by tubes that visitors can walk through.

As you explore the Atomium, you can go inside the spheres and enjoy exhibitions that change regularly, offering something new each time you visit. One of the spheres is dedicated to a permanent exhibition about the 1958 World’s Fair, providing a glimpse into the past and the event that brought this iconic structure to life.

The top sphere offers a panoramic view of Brussels, making it a great spot for taking photos and seeing the city from above. The Atomium’s striking appearance and the views it offers make it a favorite spot for both history enthusiasts and those who appreciate modern architecture.

Visiting the Atomium gives you a chance to experience a piece of Brussels’ modern history and enjoy a unique architectural marvel. It’s not just a trip to a building but an adventure into the heart of Belgium’s creativity and technological progress.

Grand Place:

Grand-Place of Brussels | City of Brussels

The Grand Place is a must-see spot and is known as one of the most beautiful squares in Europe. When you visit, you can see the amazing baroque and gothic designs of the buildings around the square. These include the impressive Town Hall and the King’s House, which is now the City Museum.

This square is a UNESCO World Heritage site, famous for its stunning guildhalls and the eye-catching Town Hall. Each building has beautiful details that make the square very special. Visitors love to look at the intricate designs and take pictures of this historic place.

When you walk around the Grand Place, you can feel the history and see the beauty of Brussels. This place shows the rich culture and history of the city. It is a perfect example of why Brussels is such an important city in Europe. Whether you are interested in history, architecture, or just want to see a beautiful place, the Grand Place is worth visiting.

Manneken Pis:

Manneken Pis in Quartier du Centre


The Manneken Pis is a famous bronze statue in Brussels, known for its unique charm and quirky character. This small statue, depicting a little boy playfully urinating into a fountain’s basin, has become a beloved symbol of Brussels’ free spirit and sense of humor.

Located just a short walk from the Grand Place, the Manneken Pis is often adorned with costumes during festivals or significant events, reflecting the city’s traditions and cultural life. There are over a thousand different outfits that the statue can wear, each representing different aspects of Belgian culture or international relations.

Royal Palace and Park:

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The Royal Palace of Brussels is a stunning and historical building, serving as the official venue for the Belgian King’s royal duties. Though the royal family does not live there, it hosts state functions and official ceremonies. Each summer, the palace opens to the public, allowing visitors to marvel at its lavish interiors, decorated with gold, crystal, and exquisite fabrics.

Adjacent to the Royal Palace is Brussels Park, the largest public park in central Brussels. This beautifully landscaped park is ideal for leisurely strolls or relaxing breaks, featuring neatly trimmed lawns, statuesque fountains, and shaded walkways adorned with historic sculptures. Together, the palace and park offer a rich glimpse into Belgium’s royal and cultural heritage.

Local Culinary Delights

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Brussels is renowned for its Belgian chocolates and waffles, a must-try for any food enthusiast. Visitors can indulge in the rich, creamy textures of world-class chocolates, each piece a testament to the country’s confectionery craft. Additionally, no visit to Brussels is complete without savoring authentic Belgian waffles, served warm with a variety of toppings like fresh fruit, whipped cream, or simply dusted with powdered sugar.

  • Chocolate Shops: Explore the numerous artisanal chocolate shops and sample unique flavors.
  • Waffle Stands: Discover street vendors and quaint cafés offering the quintessential Belgian waffle.

Artistic Exploration

Brussels’ contribution to the arts is highly visible through its Art Nouveau buildings, showcasing the city’s architectural splendor. Visitors can admire the detailed craftsmanship in buildings designed by famous architects like Victor Horta. These structures are characterized by their flowing lines and organic forms, harmoniously blending art with Brussels’ urban landscape.

  • Architecture Tours: Join guided tours to explore the hallmark Art Nouveau facades.
  • Galleries and Museums: Delve into Brussels’ art scene with visits to its abundant galleries and museums showcasing diverse collections.

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Customizable Tour Options

When booking a private tour from Amsterdam to Brussels, you have full control over your itinerary, ensuring that the experience is tailored to your personal interests. Discover Brussels at your own pace and select the sights and experiences that matter most to you.

Choosing Your Adventure

Embarking on your private tour, the freedom is yours to shape the day as you wish. Here are your options:

  • Historical Sites: Dive into Brussels’ rich past by visiting iconic landmarks such as the Grand Place, the Royal Palace, or the Atomium.
  • Cultural Highlights: Choose to visit world-class museums that showcase art, history, and science or explore cultural institutions to learn about Belgian heritage.
  • Foodie’s Delight: Tailor your tour for a culinary adventure, sampling Belgian chocolateswaffles, and other local specialties.
  • Shopping Excursions: Allocate time for shopping in Brussels’ myriad boutiques and markets, known for high-quality chocolate, lace, and tapestry.

Leisure and Relaxation Spots

In need of a break between your explorations? Consider these leisure options to add to your tour:

  • Parks and Gardens: Request a stop at the Mont des Arts Garden or Parc du Cinquantenaire for a stroll in serene surroundings.
  • Café Culture: Experience Brussels’ famous café culture and enjoy a leisurely coffee at one of the city’s inviting terraces.
  • Craft Beer Experience: Belgium is renowned for its beer; you might include a visit to a local brewery or a traditional Belgian pub to relax and sample a variety of brews.

By customizing your tour, you’ll experience a seamless blend of exploration, culture, and relaxation that makes your trip truly memorable.


Tips and Recommendations

When planning a private tour from Amsterdam to Brussels, it’s important to consider when to go and how to stay connected during your trip. These tips will help ensure that your journey is as enjoyable and hassle-free as possible.

Best Times to Visit

Brussels is charming year-round, but spring (March to May) and fall (September to November) are ideal for a visit. During these months, the weather is mild, and there are fewer tourists, making it a great time to explore the city with your private guide. The Brussels Flower Carpet, an event that happens every two years in August, can be a spectacular time to visit, offering a unique sightseeing opportunity.

Staying Connected

To stay connected during your guided tour, consider purchasing a local SIM card for your phone upon arrival. Wi-Fi is also widely available in Brussels, with many cafes, hotels, and public areas offering this service for free or for a small charge. Having an internet connection will make it easier to communicate with your private guide and look up information on the go.


A bustling city square in Brussels, with iconic architecture and vibrant street life. The scene is filled with people, outdoor cafes, and historic buildings

A private tour from Amsterdam to Brussels is an excellent choice for travelers looking to have a personalized experience. They can enjoy the journey in the comfort of a luxury vehicle, guided by a private chauffeur. Key benefits include:

  • Customization: Tailoring the itinerary to personal interests, whether it involves historic sites, contemporary architecture, or indulging in Belgian culinary delights.
  • Flexibility: The ability to explore at one’s own pace without the constraints of a group tour schedule.
  • Comfort: Traveling in a private vehicle offers a level of comfort and privacy that enhances the overall experience.

In Brussels, travelers have the chance to see landmarks like the Royal Palace and the Manneken Pis, as well as to learn about the city’s significance in the European Union. Furthermore, there’s the opportunity to enjoy Belgian beers and taste the world-famous chocolates and waffles.

The convenience of a private tour allows visitors to maximize their time in Brussels, making the day trip from Amsterdam a memorable and hassle-free experience. With the tour tailored to their preferences, they can immerse themselves in the rich cultural tapestry that Belgium’s capital has to offer.

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Other cities in Belgium we can take you to are Ghent and Bruges.


  • Pickup Location: Amsterdam
  • Travel to Brussels (2 hours drive)
  • Main Activities in Brussels (Total sightseeing time: 4 hours)
    • Grand-Place: Optional Visit (1 hour)
    • Manneken Pis: Optional photo stop and visit (15 minutes)
    • Cathedral of St. Michael and St. Gudula: Optional photo stop (30 minutes)
    • Royal Palace, Brussels: Optional visit (1 hour)
    • Atomium: Optional photo stop and visit (15 minutes)
  • Return Travel to Amsterdam (2 hours drive)
  • Arrive Back At: Amsterdam

2 reviews for Private Tour from Amsterdam to Brussels

  1. Ethan Lopez (verified owner)

    The personalized recommendations from our driver made our day even more special, introducing us to local favorites we wouldn’t have discovered on our own.

  2. Sophia Martinez (verified owner)

    The attention to detail on our private tour was outstanding, with every aspect of the experience carefully curated to provide a seamless and memorable journey.

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