I visit Brussels often but its first time I went Parc de Bruxelles it is amazing you can see a lot of sculptures over there and you have a big chance taking wonderful photos.
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This made for a good walk on a sunny fall day. Although may family enjoyed Brussels we all agreed that it could use a few more parks like this. Without the parks it is a little too much concrete jungle like. Park was full of...More
This was, unexpectedly, one of the highlights of a magical visit to Brussels. We went on a sunny day -- this is definitely a fair weather destination. The wide alleys, huge trees lining them, flower beds, and the palace at the end of the park...More
Again we came across this on the free walking tour and went back afterwards for a lovely seat, nice park with statues and ponds.
Set out in the traditional Formal style this Park abuts the Royal Palce. Nice place for a stroll (weather permitting). Peaceful.
It is a nice urban park located nearby the Royal Palace. Many people enjoy to walk and run especially in evenings after the office hours. It is a large and plain park. If you like green areas and go for a walk, the park is...More
Lovely park with various areas for relaxation or activities. A beautiful and frequently used green space in the middle of this busy city. A great mix of locals and tourists, people exercising, walking dogs, snoozing in the sun. Also, very safe and quite close to...More
I walked through this park a couple of times. There is a large playground with many families. There is also a cafe that looks very nice. The park isn't that large. If it weren't for the pervasive smell of human urine, it would be a...More
Many European cities have parks in them. Located across from the Royal Palace, the Parc de Bruxelles is quite beautiful, and when I visited in the fall, was filled with color and delight. I especially loved the rows of chestnut trees, and the strategically placed...More