Former Palace very cool to see ! Not your traditional Museum!! Reasonably priced , easy to get to and right by the currant palace !!!
About Coudenberg - Former Palace of Brussels
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My favorite part of my visit to Coudenberg was the free audio guide available on my smartphone. I really enjoyed the information it had about the site and it was helpful to see pictures and descriptions about what some features were. At times it was...More
For some reason I enjoy walking through tunnels (roads) that have been covered for centuries... there isn't that much to see but it is well labeled - as well as the audioguide (3 euros) you can connect to their wifi (coudenberg) and use your own...More
We went as a group - 2 families, 4 kids total. The price was 28 euros for 8 people (kids were free). It's a self-guided tour mostly underground where you can admire the castle ruins and imagine the grandeur it once had been. The kids...More
The Coudenberg is connected to the BELvue Museum, so if you're going to the BELvue you might as well see the Coudenberg. Upon checking in for the BELvue I was handed a round coin to use at the turnstiles that allowed me down the stairs....More
Not sure if this is a hidden gem or if I was just rewarded for being an early bird but I went when it first opened and quite literally had the place to myself. Was an intriguing blend of tourist site and active archaeological dig...More
For the people how loves to now something more about the important history of Brussels! Love to walk on the original pavements and floors. It is sad that the castle was never rebuild. It is pithy that the huge maquette from the castle is not...More
This is a must-do... its an absolutely fascinating insight into old Brussels history - you venture underground to see the old streets and buildings of the old Royal Palace. Its really atmospheric and informative. Well worth a visit.
We spent about 2 hours here, touring the site, and walking through the museum afterwards. Its pretty interesting, and worth the time and fairly low admission cost. It's pretty cool there,so I suspect it would be great in the summer or if its raining. My...More