5 July-21 August. The city's once-bustling trade canals are no longer used for trade purposes but rather have become 'slow' waterways, whose courses and banks now play a renewed role in recreational activities such as sailing, biking and walking.

The guided boat trips go from Brussels to Brabant, with new itineraries added this summer to Anderlecht and Drogenbos.

The trips range in duration from 45 minutes to an hour and a half, with the possibility to enjoy an apertif and meal on board.

Booking is compulsory. For more information see website.

General Info

Address Daily except Monday Rue du Port, (near Yser metro station), tel. +32(0)22185410.

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Summer boat trips in Brussels

Daily except Monday Rue du Port, (near Yser metro station), tel. +32(0)22185410.

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