In the backyard of the European Parliament lies Leopold Park, a 25 acre space of greenery within the city. The pond here, fed by the Maalbeek stream, is the jewel of the park, although the old Solvay library and the rare trees are also a pleasant addition. Grab some Belgian fries or a sandwich from one of the nearby eateries in the European Quarter, and enjoy a picnic and a stroll here for a breath of fresh air.
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