Tintin Mural Painting, Brussels

4.2
Landmark · Hidden Gem · Tourist Spot
Hidden in plain sight throughout the city, Tintin Mural Painting adorns the city's architecture with Belgium's famous crime-fighting characters. The murals make use of the buildings by following the curvature of the walls with images from the classic comic book, Tintin. Other famous characters from a variety of other comics make appearances as well. To save time finding these murals, purchase a mural map from the tourist office in the Grot Markt. Use our Brussels trip itinerary maker website to visit Tintin Mural Painting on your trip to Brussels, and learn what else travelers and our writers recommend seeing nearby.
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  • Heading down the road from the Grand Place to visit the Mannekin Piss, you will pass one of the several large comic strips painted on several stories high facades. This particular one is from the...  more »
  • This is a mural on the face of a high raised wall in the central part of the city of Brussels in Belgium very near the famous mannerkan pis.  more »
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  • I really did not get why this place is so famous and mentioned as must see. The tintin painting in the wall is hard to find in a crowd. I love tintin but did not really like the spot (personal choice). A busy street lots of souvenir shops around.
  • The mural is Great but is just a painting on the wall! Worth a look if passing near by but not worth a special journey!

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