You will find, parks, gardens, theme parks and zoo outside Brussels in our SmartPhone app “Expats in Brussels” under the heading of “Kids”.
GR BRU: 9 walks in Brussels: the volunteers of the asbl GR have set up a network of 9 walks in 13 Brussels’ municipalities. These different walks are assembled in the topo-guide GR BRU. They propose the courses of between 9 and 26 km to walkers. It’s up to you to arrange your itinerary according to how you feel.
To give you inspiration for outings and holidays, get a copy of the “Guide to tourist attractions and museums in Belgium” T 02 504 03 90, available free-of-charge from Toerisme Vlaanderen and the Tourist Information Centres, published each year in English, French and Dutch.
But also the websites:
Whether you prefer to walk, cycle, jog, gallop, picnic, or whatever, there’s plenty of opportunities in the Forêt de Soignes.
And all over Belgium :
Some of the best places to be and things to see in the country. Several places on this list are a feast for the eyes. There are also a few highly-recommended food stops. Come find out why Belgium is teeming with adventure, history, and breathtaking views that attract international crowds from all over. Just remember to bring your walking shoes.
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