Follow Hergé's footsteps in Brussels and plunge into a dreamlike adventure!
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Belgian author Hergé created The Adventures of Tintin in 1929. His stories have become among the most popular comic strips on earth with children and adults alike.
Follow Hergé's footsteps in Brussels and you'll fall into a fantastic daydream!
People participating in this promotional programme will enjoy how the city of Brussels inspired Hergé for the adventures of Tintin and his faithful companion Snowy.
The adventure would not be complete without a visit to the Hergé Museum in Louvain-La-Neuve. The building is an astounding piece of contemporary architecture where the works of Tintin's creator are displayed in aptly arranged galleries.
For promotions and VIP groups, a dinner and cocktail can be held in the museum: the icing on the cake for an unforgettable experience.
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