After the dukes of Burgundy settled in Brussels, the Brabant nobility, and later the nobility of the various provinces of the Burgundian Netherlands, gradually established their urban residences near the ducal palace. At the end of the Middle Ages, many families of the European nobility converged here. The extension of the city walls was used to create a new noble district: the Sablon. Guided tour of the Royal Quarter (Place Royale, façade of the Museum of Musical Instruments), and of the permanent collections of the Royal Museums of Fine Arts with focus on the 1900’s and symbolism, in relation with the Wagnerian inspiration and the habits and customs of the Wagnerians of the past.
Price : €53 / person
Included : bus transfer from the hotel, guide, entrance fee to the museum
Price without bus transfer : €37
Duration : 3 hours
Group : minimum 20 people