Parc de Bruxelles

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General Information

Brussels Park (Parc de Bruxelles) is a park situated in the capital city of Belgium, Brussels. It is the largest urban park situated in the centre of Brussels, covering 32 acres. The park was created in its rectangular shape in the 18th century, it has a Neoclassical style that was designed by Gilles-Barnabe Guimard and Joachim Zinner. The park was renovated in the early 21st century, it contains many monuments and buildings. The park is a quiet picturesque place in the city, with beautiful lime trees throughout its grounds.

Getting there

The park is situated in front of the Royal Palace. You can get to the park by taking the metro to the ‘Parc’ stop. You can also use the 92 and 93 trams that stop outside of the park. The park is also a short walk away from the central train station in the city.

Opening Times and Admission

The park is a public park, it is free to enter. The park is open daily, 6am-10pm.

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