After Tintin it is now turn of the Smurfs. From Friday 24 to Sunday 26 January, the Smurfs will be joining the ice sculpture fun of Brussels Ice Magic for a special weekend that promises to be packed with surprises. Totally dedicated to the world of cartoons, the festival will be inviting a very special guest for the occasion: Smurfette! Plus, for the whole weekend, all visitors who come to the ticket office with a Smurf album will be offered a €2 discount on their ticket. What’s more, real fans of the little blue imps who come dressed up as one of Peyo’s characters will be able to get in to the ice sculpture festival for free. Just this once, even “Gargamel” will be welcome! Plenty of smurfy activities are lined up! Have you always wanted to meet Smurfette? Then save th...Read More
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Brussels Ice Magic celebrates Tintin’s 85th b’day today
Tintin is celebrating his 85th birthday today, 10th January, and Brussels Ice Magic – which is entirely dedicated to comic strips – is taking part in the festivities. Thus from Friday 10 January to Sunday 12 January, every visitor arriving at the ticket desk with a Tintin album will receive a €2 discount on the entrance price. On Saturday 11 January, mega-fans dressing up as one of the many Tintin characters will be allowed free entry to the ice-sculpture festival. Even ‘Snowies’ will be welcome. Winter has well and truly arrived in Brussels, with temperatures recorded on the Paleizenplein/Place des Palais ranging from +10°C to - 12°C! This is all down to Brussels Ice Magic. Until 9 February, in an eco-thermal pavilion 1100 m² in size, visitors had the chance to discover a fantasy worlRead More
Skyliner and Ice Magic – discover another side to Brussels!
From 20 December 2012 to 9 February 2013, locals and visitors to the Place des Palais in Brussels will be able to discover the capital of Europe and its famous cartoon characters from a totally new angle. With this event, VISITBRUSSELS will be shrouding the old town in all the magic of winter. The Brussels Skyliner will take visitors up 70m to give them a unique view of the city. In Ice Magic, they will have the chance to see our famous cartoon heroes carved in ice. Brussels Skyliner – ‘Flightseeing’ in Brussels The Brussels Skyliner is a steel tower 85m tall, with an enclosed platform that takes 60 people up to a height of 70m. When the skies are clear, this experience gives you a 360˚ view stretching for 12km. A recorded guide will fill you in on the main monuments that passengersRead More