Since 1991, this Comic Strip Route has been organized by the Belgian Center for Comics. It is a long city walk leading past ... More
Since 1991, this Comic Strip Route has been organized by the Belgian Center for Comics. It is a long city walk leading past 22 facades and city walls that were decorated by leading Belgian comic artists. Along this interesting route you will easily learn that there is more to Belgian comics than just Tintin. There is no Tintin wall or façade in Brussels, but Herge (creator of this intrepid journalist) did contribute a gigantic painting of Quick et Flupke, two of his other heroes, in Rue Haute. You go on this walk unguided; the Center just provides you with a detailed city map. You will also find this map at Tourist Offices and elsewhere. Stops are also scheduled in a few bars (with the appropriate decoration) and shops.
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