Bike tour for lazy people – Tuesday 17th October

Let gravity do all the hard work for you and discover Brussels from your lazy bike saddle

Le Schievelavabo

Le Schievelavabo, a bistro at altitude 100, is a real concept in Vorst. Here we start our cycle route with a fresh beer and some smalltalk. Pleasant service, good beer and a nice interior. And what about that terrace in the aftersummer sun? Pure happiness!

PS: Tuesday last chance at nice weather!


An amazing view, nice cycle route and the fresh scent of nature in the midst of our busy capital. The Dudenpark is one of the oldest and most hilly green spots in Brussels. The LUCA film students have their classes held in an old castle in the centre of this park. Wanna check it out?

Prison of Saint Gilles

Next stop, a little piece of history. The prison of Saint Gilles is one of the older prisons in Belgium (1884). Does the name sound familiar? The prison comes up in the news frequently on account of striking guards. This architectural gem can house up to about 500 people, but it is usually overpopulated.

Horta museum

History and architecture. Two birds with one stone. In the studio and previous home of Belgian architect Victor Horta, the Horta Museum is now located. A piece of Belgian pride added in the UNESCO World Heritage List. Sadly there's no time to enter during our tour, but it's worthwhile to admire from the outside.

JAM hotel

Ever sat on the terrace of a bar that has its own swimming pool? You will have! On the beautiful roof terrace of the JAM hotel next Tuesday. The hotel is a former art school and is housed in an old 70s office building. And that beautiful authenticity has been preserved. Let's have a drink together in this cool place!

Poelaert Square

One of the best views in Brussels! But no, seriously. If you want to enjoy a nice view for free, walk along the Poelaert Square in the chic Louise district. preferably during sunset. Ideal for a date, right?
PS. We also make a stop here around sunset. Beautiful snaps (and a shot of gin) assured!


This central square, full of restaurants, antique dealers and chocolate shops, is the place to eat, drink and be seen in Brussels. But with its historic charm, it's also a nice place to cruise along and feast your eyes.

Aksum coffee house

According to some: the best coffee in Brussels! Perhaps the perfect time to see for yourself? This cozy Ethiopian coffee house is close to the Grand Place and the Central train station. Ideal if you need to catch your train quickly and want a cup to go.

GC De Markten

Still looking for a fun dance class, a cool artsy workshop or your weekly sports activity? Take a look at the offer of the VGC: sewing, pilates, Afrikan dance. The offer is gigantic! And for the classes taking place in GC De Markten you're close by.

Café Walvis

In the Dansaertarea it's usually just drooling during windowshopping at the (rather expensive) hip shops. But fortunately, a beer costs just as much here as in the rest of Brussels. With this we end our cycling tour in the cozy Café Walvis. Well deserved!

Feel like going?

The bike tour is completely free of charge! Register at and we'll see you on tuesday. Invite your friends on our Facebook event through the link below.


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