Stylish but still of "human" dimension. A mixt of pompuous style and still welcoming feeling. Reflect Belgian kind and open mind.
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Some reviews say this palace is open to the public and some say it isn't. I walked there after visiting the Atomium and didn't see any signs of a public entrance. Its so far away from the fence its hardly worth even taking a picture.
Information about this place is so hard to come by. We planned to spend a whole day (it was a Tuesday) in the area, starting from Eglise Notre Dame de Laeken, then the palace and Serres Royales De Laeken, and from there to the Garden...More
Visiting Belgium?! Don't forget to pay our Royal Palace a visit! Easily accessible by public transport and a must see when visiting Brussels or Belgium in general.
I decided to walk here from the Atomium because it was a nice day and it took about 20 minutes. If I had known a little more about the palace I probably wouldn’t have bothered, as it is not open to the public and you...More
The palace is in a large park, and can only be seen from a large distance. Not much of an attraction.
This palace is the home of the King, but only on certain occasions, parts are open fir visitors. On regular days you can only get a glimpse from the street,Munich is nice if you take the hop on hop of bus, but otherwise not worth...More
This is the home of the Belgian Royal family and is worth the visit particularly when the Glass houses are open.Only for 3 weeks of the year. Amazing series of Glass houses with wonderful displays of Spring plants and flowers. The Japanese pagoda makes a...More