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All reviews open to the public brussels park park opposite nice building closed on mondays impressive architecture free entrance worth a visit nice park self guided tour visiting brussels the grand place versailles beetles technopolis guard portraits
This one was a bit underwhelming, actually. Admittedly it was a dreary day, but the building itself is dreary, too - and the royal family doesn't even live here. But if you need to say you saw the palace, well. . .
Unfortunately the palace is open for public only from July 22 till September 2.
However you can enjoy the stunning exterior architecture.
The actual royal palace was build on the site of a previous royal palace destroyed by fire in 1731....More
A beautiful building in th heart of Brussels but unfortunately not open in winter, would have been nice to stroll around the beautiful gardens in the palace grounds but in this occasion it was nit to be. Beautiful architectural building.
The Royal Palace is meant to be the official residence of the Belgian royals, who actually live in another palace, in another place! This one is for state functions and the like. It is quite impressive and we were gobsmacked when we visited on a...More
We didn't have the time nor any permission to visit the castle since it's only open for public during summertime.
However the castle is beautiful in the distance and you could visit the parcel just next to it.
We were there in mid September and there wasn’t really much to see. We had walked up from Grand Place because the palace was a short walk away and I heard or read somewhere that there was a changing of the guards ceremony.
This is a wonderful place to stop at. The architecture is fantastic and has a grand feel to it. It is right across the street from a massive park that is also worth the visit. Morning time is good time to go as you can...More
Hi all, here's my list/things to see in Brussels, any other suggestions for my 3 days itinerary? Also, how is public transportation over there so that I can scope 'where' to stay to get close to those attractions if public transportation is not easy. Grand-Place Town Hall Mini-Europe Royal Palace (Palais Royal) Manneken-Pis Atomium
February 19, 2014|
Thank you that's very helpful. Are there any thing else that's close by those attractions that you think it's worth to check out? Are there any back packing hostel/hotel in those attraction areas?