New European Parliament Walking Tours
Looking for something new to do in Brussels this weekend? Guided tours introduce visitors to the outdoor areas of the European Parliament campus, from the Esplanade Solidarność to the Léopold Park. The tours shed light on how European institutions have shaped the Brussels urban landscape and tell the story behind the area’s art and architecture. The 90-minute guided tours are offered every Sunday in French, Dutch, German, and English. Tours are free of charge, however, booking in advance is recommended as groups are limited to 20 participants. More info here.
Parlamentarium and Station Europe reopen in Brussels
We’re ready to welcome you again in the Parlamentarium! The Parlamentarium is Europe’s largest parliamentary visitor centre, where visitors of all ages can dive into the world of the European Parliament with multimedia guides available in all 24 official EU languages. From early June, visitors can leave a message and share their thoughts about the future path of Europe at the upgraded “Wishes for the future of the EU” media installation. At Station Europe, visitors can discover a scale model of the campus and receive all the information they need to make the most of their visit. Both are open to individual visitors from 9.00 to 18.00 on Fridays and from 10.00 - 18.00 on Saturdays and Sundays. Entrance is free of charge, but visits to the Parlamentarium must be booked in advance.