Guided bicycle tour

The Congo in Brussels as seen through architectural details (fully booked)

Ch. Bastin & J. Evrard©

Could a country as vibrant as the Congo be lurking in the architectural recesses of Brussels? Prepare to be surprised! You’ll discover bananas and oranges cascading down the walls of historic buildings in the city centre, colourful, shimmering frescoes, a Norwegian-Congolese chalet, a monumental bronze statue from Katanga and other precious woodwork from the tropics. So get on your bike and join us as we enter Brussels’ colonial history through the back door of its architectural details!

In cooperation with Once in Brussels.

Practical information

Sat. & Sun. at 10:00 and 14:00 (FR) (duration: 3 hours)

Starting point: Les Ateliers des Tanneurs, Rue des Ateliers/Werkhuizenstraat 62 (at the back of the courtyard), Brussels

Advance booking required. Up to 15 people per tour. Please note: to take part in this tour, you must be used to city cycling over distances of around 15 km, including some significant gradients. Minimum age: 12 years old. Bicycle hire is not available.