Bruxelles au Calme
Written by BrusselsLife Team - 09 Jun 2008, 00:00 (Updated: 13 Dec 2012, 07:59)
In the widest sense of the word, Brussels hides some small places of heaven in which is nice to sit for a few seconds, a few minutes or even a few hours. Many unsuspected wealth and often above suspicion...
Far away from the big classics of the tourism, Yves Ranger reminds us that it's time to discover these parks, small streets, dead-ends, secret gardens, parishes, cemeteries and museums to escape the frenzy and the hubbub of the city. More than that, these places in which the author proposes us to gather around have often free entries.
Sunny Sundays, lazybones lunch timesThe mysterious Parc d'Egmont, Cimetière du Dieweg, Théâtre de Verdure, Jardin du Fleuriste and other Sauvagère rub elbows with the famous Rouge Cloître and Petit Sablon. Discover all the details and more other suggestions within the fifty places chosen and proposed in the "Bruxelles au Calme". A book for sunny Sundays, for lazybones lunch times or more simply for the pleasure... F.S.
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