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Local food and beers

With our gastronomy tours you will be able to taste the delicious local products and food. It's authentic and you will definitely feel more at home once you have tasted the real french fries or seasonal mussels, in which Belgians take real pride!

Each region or city has its own typical dish. For example, Aalst is known for its eels, Brussels for the Brussels sprouts and the waffles, the region of Brabant is known for its chicory, the Campine for its bacon and Geraardsbergen for the ""matten" cakes (a sort of curd cheese filling).

But Belgium is especially known for its products that are typical for the whole country. Immediately, we think of the famous Belgian fries. Nowhere else in the world can you eat fries that are equally tasty and equally fresh served as here!

Belgium is also worldwide known for its chocolate and in particular for its chocolate bonbons. Many tourists buy pralines when visiting Belgium. It’s just a routine activity of their trip. And this with reason, because the praline was in Belgium in 1912 invented by the bakers of Neuhaus, and nowhere else in the world we can find such a variety of these chocolate candy!


  • Segway to the Atomium
  • Lunch at the top of the Atomium
  • A night at the marvellous ship Marjorie in Antwerp
  • an old-timer bus to Bruges
  • Teambuilding Workshop “The Chocolate Competition”
  • French fries at the 'frietkot'
  • Beer tasting
  • Gentse Waterzooi
  • Brasserie Deus. Here you can taste 150 different kind of Belgian beers
  • the brewery of Malheur Dendermonde
  • Aalst. Here we will eat a very popular typical Belgian dish: Paling in het groen (literally 'Eel in the Green')
  • Visit brewery Achouffe with his famous beers La Chouffe & MC Chouffe

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    Diestsestraat 133 bus 7
    3000 Leuven - BELGIUM
  • Phone: +32 16 31 66 57
  • Email: reservations@maxinco.be
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