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Talk a walking tour of Brussels following the Comic Strip Trail, a 3-mile series of 30 murals painted on building walls. Located throughout the city, make it a game to identify the classic Belgian cartoon characters.
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This is really good but we also found many other street art as we wandered the streets. A particularly cheeky one we noticed of a woman over the roof tops of the most expensive shops in Brussels. *note to self always look up"
Beautiful Mural painting and a fun outlook too. Area was really busy on Sunday but we went back yesterday and no one was around. Google on tripadvisor and you can follow the comic mural paintings trail.
Not all of mural related to Tintin comics, some of them are coming from Tintin stories, but some are coming from other different stories, unrelated to Tintin. Anyway, one of them is at at the area near Grand Place and Manneken Piss. This mural shows...More
Its interesting to see the walls of the old houses converted to comic characters. Watch out for TinTin and his friends. Some are obvious and cant be missed..some you need to be on the lookout and quite possible to miss.
The Tin Tin mural is seen by many visitors walking from Grand Place to the Manneken Pis. There are dozens of other building sized comic strip panels scattered around Brussels. You can get a list and a map from the tourist office in Grand Place.