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Lobby tour request

Thank you for your interest in the world of Brussels lobbying! To request a tour please fill all the fields in this form and click send. For more information you can also consult our Lobby Planet guide to the Brussels bubble.

Please note that :

  • CEO receives far more lobby tour requests than we can possibly accommodate and while we will do our best to accommodate you, we cannot guarantee it. For the same reasons, bear in mind that it can take time (at least a week) to process your request and give you an answer. Therefore, please send this form well in advance of the proposed date.

  • We don't do lobby tours during the winter break (15 November -- 15 March).

  • CEO does not charge for lobby tours but we do appreciate donations to support our ongoing work. If your lobby tour request is accepted, please consider making such a donation either during the tour or subsequently. If  desired, we can issue you a proper invoice.

  • In the tour, we walk visitors around the key lobby landmarks in the ‘European quarter’ of Brussels and explain how corporations try to influence EU institutions. Tours last about 90 minutes.

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