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Planned by King Leopold in the late 19th century, this park holds imposing monuments including the Triumphal Arch, Exposition Halls and the Bordiau Halls, which house the prestigious Museum of Art and History.
This is a pretty little park located near the centre of the City. There are couple of museums located within the park, the oldest mosque in Belgium and then there is a big Arc de Triomphe at one end of the park. Nice place to...More
We wandered into this park to finish our lunch (from the nearby Exki) and found it a nice quiet contrast to the nearby traffic and bustling streets. here was a bit of noise from a gang working with chainsaws on old trees, but not far...More
This is a great place to take pictures and one of the most popular places to visit! There is a nice park nearby to take a walk and have a short rest. It is near the European Quartier but not in the center of it!...More
The park is a lovely spot outside the centre of Brussels and is a lovely spot to visit. The esplanade makes for a great walk, the fountain area is peaceful and the Arc itself is architecturally stunning.