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  • 1. Grand Place

    Lower Town

    This jewelry box of a square is arguably Europe's most ornate and theatrical. It's also a vital part of the city—everyone passes through at some...Read More

  • 2. Kasteel van Beersel

    Beersel Castle floats on the waters of its moat like some medieval bath toy. It's a wonderful sight, and one of the country's best-preserved châteaux....Read More

  • 3. Kasteel van Gaasbeek

    Originally built in 1240, Gaasbeek has had numerous makeovers, though its current Romantic look hails from its last remodeling by the Marchioness Arconati Visconti in...Read More

  • 4. Parc du Cinquantenaire

    Cinquantenaire

    The most picturesque park in the city is a joy in summer when its shaded grassy lawns and paths fill with joggers, picnickers, dance troupes,...Read More

  • 5. Plantentuin Meise

    Belgium's national botanic garden is a sprawling site that takes up most of the southern fringes of Meise. It wraps the old estate of Kasteel...Read More

  • 6. Grote Markt

    At the bustling center of the city is the triangular wedge of the Grote Markt, home to the magnificent St. Peter's Church and Town Hall....Read More

  • 7. Hallerbos Forest

    About 8 km (5 miles) south of Beersel, you'll encounter the wilderness area of Hallerbos. It's known locally as "the blue forest" for good reason:...Read More

  • 8. Parc Josephat

    Schaerbeek

    One of the prettiest stretches of parkland in Brussels made all the more welcome for being deep among the residential mélange of Schaerbeek. Its archways...Read More

  • 9. Parc Léopold

    Schuman

    This tranquil park, just next to the EU Quarter, has a strange history of failures. First, it was a poorly maintained 19th-century pleasure garden, then...Read More

  • 10. Park van Tervuren

    Tervuren Park, once the hunting grounds of the Dukes of Brabant, was the venue for King Leopold II's 1897 Exposition. His aim was to showcase...Read More

  • 11. Place Royale

    Upper Town

    There's a strong dash of Vienna in this white, symmetrical square, built in the neoclassical style by Brussels's then Austrian overlords. Elegantly proportioned, it is...Read More

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