The neo-Renaissance garden at Petit Sablon offers natural beauty and a place of refuge in the middle of the city. Organized to represent the nine provinces of Belgium at independence, the gardens showcase floral arrangements, statues commemorating important thinkers in Belgian history, and the occasional wedding reception from the nearby Notre Dame du Sablon. Springtime is most impressive with tulips in full bloom, but a stroll at anytime of year will lend itself to reflection and relaxation—ideal for a mid-trip break.
Deriving from a Brussels dialect, Nuetnigenough means "the one who never has enough". This funky... Read more