Did you know that Mechelen played an important political and economic role in de Burgundian period in the fifteenth century?
The symbol of Mechelen has to be its imposing St. Rumbold’s Tower.
Discover places and stories that paint a good picture of Mechelen’s Burgundian past and present during the Burgundian city walk through the city.
Discover more about the capital of the carillon with a guide.
This visit includes an exclusive look behind the walls of Mechelen's famous Royal Carillon School and the opportunity to climb St Rumbold's Tower.
On your tour of St Rumbold’s Cathedral, a guide will unravel eight centuries of history.
Find out why the River Dyle was the lifeblood of Mechelen as youexplore the Melaan and other inlets from the plank bridges along the river banks.
The Human Rights Walk takes you on a tour of lesser known locations and heritage in Mechelen.
This walk pays tribute to some of Mechelen's foremost women, from the highest ranks to the lowest, from the distant past to the present day.
Over the years, a succession of artists have left their mark on Mechelen in the form of statues, paintings, street art and so much more.
This peaceful walk in the Large and Small Beguinage includes a visit to the Beguinage Church.
Mechelen has eight wonderful historic churches. During this walk, you can visit two or three of them.
This is a chance to explore Mechelen and sample its liquid gold!
If 'van Beethoven' doesn’t sound very German, it’s because the composer had Flemish roots. In fact, Ludwig's grandfather grew up in Mechelen!