If you travel to Europe and are particularly fond of museums, you may have heard about it before. Established in several European capitals, the system of purchasing a "card" or "pass" allows you to benefit from free access to a certain number of museums for a fixed period.
It also allows you to take advantage of certain offers in shops or restaurants. Other options may also be added to the card for an additional fee, such as unlimited access to public transport or the "Hop On Hop Off" bus service, for example.
With us, it is called "Brussels Card" and can be valid for 24, 48 or 72 hours in the capital. It's a bit like the "I amsterdam City Card" in the Netherlands or the "The London Pass" card in England.
For the year 2018, the Brussels Card has decided to expand further by giving you access to two additional museums: Train World and the Jewish Museum of Belgium. You also get 24 discounts for various tourist attractions, guided tours, bars and restaurants.
Four new offers are also part of the new 2018, namely 25% discount if you use the service City Runs whose goal is to make you discover the city while jogging, beer of the month offered at Brussels Beer Project and 15% discount at Chez Léon restaurant and 10% discount on your bill at Brasserie Horta.