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Tours on request: prices and conditions

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Let our professional guides take you for a ride, and (re)discover Brussels. Special needs, special wishes? Let us know: we're always ready to go the extra mile!

You can find the prices and conditions for our tours on request below. Not everyone in your group has a road-worthy bike at their disposal? We can gladly provide those as well!

Tours on request: prices

These prices include the organisation of the tours and the guides' fees.

Private individuals (groups no bigger than 5)
€ 175
Private individuals (groups bigger than 5)
€ 210
Organisations, schools, ...
€ 210
Companies, administrations, embassies, tour operators, ...
€ 320

Bike rentals for guided tours

Bikes can be delivered to the tour's starting point. Prices below cover 4 hours of bike use, per bike. Ask for longer rental periods.

City bikes
Private individuals (groups no bigger than 5)
€ 11
Private individuals (groups bigger than 5)
€ 10
Organisations, schools, ...
€ 9,5
Companies, administrations, embassies, tour operators, ...
€ 12
E-bikes
Private individuals (groups no bigger than 5)
€ 19
Private individuals (groups bigger than 5)
€ 17,5
Organisations, schools, ...
€ 16,5
Companies, administrations, embassies, tour operators, ...
€ 22
Kids' bikes
Private individuals (groups no bigger than 5)
€ 10
Private individuals (groups bigger than 5)
€ 9
Organisations, schools, ...
€ 8,5
Companies, administrations, embassies, tour operators, ...
€ 11

Questions? Requests?

Get in touch! Many things are possible. Contact us by mail at tourism@provelo.org or give us a call: +32 (0)2 517 17 64.

Conditions

  • We gladly make-to-measure our tours. But for major changes, a supplement might be required.
  • One guide can accompany no more than 18 people. Larger groups will be split. (And will billed twice.)
  • Kids can join along on their own bike once they're older than 12, and are accompanied by a grown-up.

Through developing personalised solutions that facilitate and encourage people to transition to cycling, the non-profit organisation Pro Velo contributes to a higher quality of life.