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Fine wining and dining by Brussels Tram

For many of us, the humble tram is part and parcel of everyday life in Brussels. If we’re not climbing aboard them, we’re dodging them - either on foot, in our cars or on our bikes.

Gastronomy is also a part of life in the capital that is impossible to ignore - so what about a combination of the two?

 

The tram has now become part of the ‘Brusselicious’ initiative, with visitors now having the opportunity to discover the city aboard a designer-furnished vehicle in white livery that
can take 34 guests on a two-hour round trip.
This takes in some of the most beautiful spots of the city while guests sit savouring a succulent and surprising menu concocted by a star chef.
The tram leaves from Place Poelaert (Palais de Justice) - departing Tuesday to Thursday at 20:00, Friday and Saturday at both 19:00 and 21:30 and Sunday at midday - and you can dine in style for an all-inclusive prive of €75.
The tram can be booked exclusively on any Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays that are not public holidays. 
More details are available by clicking this link.
Also dovetailing nicely into the Brusselicious theme is another way to explore the Capital of Europe, thi time on foot via a some of the numerous ‘fritkots’ or ‘friteries’ (chip stalls) found on the street corners, in the squares and  and at the ‘kermesses’ (local fairs).
We’re not, of course, suggesting that you do them all in one day, so don’t blame us if you overdo it. There’s a selection of recommended venues to try out right here.

 

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