This leafy patch of green, nestled within a pocket of residential houses, is a little-known haven in Brussels, It's quiet and serene, untouched by the stresses of the international city—as long as you avert your eyes from the towering hotel next door. A good place to stretch your legs or digest your lunch, Parc d'Egmont will help you wipe any cares of the day away. The green space also contains a fountain of Peter Pan, a testament to the joys of childhood fantasy and a homage to cross-border worlds.
Since its inception, Notre Dame de la Chapelle has seen several transformations. Part Romanesque,... Read more