Last updated on 09/04/2018
Terraces for adults and playgrounds for the children 27 septembre 2006
But what can one do with the children whilst one unwinds? The most enticing option - and one nobody will disagree with - is to find a playground close to a pub terrace. Here is our selection...
For total relaxation, the Patinoire du Bois de la Cambre is an essential place to visit. An ample terrace flanks the rink, and there is also a splendid, enclosed play area. Along the Woluwe, a vast playground with trees contains the Chalet Malou in its midst. More of a family refreshment stand rather than a trendy place, a barbecue is organised here every weekend. Not far from here, the Mellaerts lakes offer a green and leafy setting with a great summer terrace as well as brasserie-style food. The playground is very pleasant and the garden is really spacious. For that seaside feel, "toes in the water", there are of course the tens of terraces set-out as part of the Bruxelles les Bains summer event where caipirinhas and children's games go hand in hand. On the other side of town, the Laerbeek chalet in the Parc Baudouin also offers family outings in a really breathtaking setting. And if the sun is not there or if your children want to discover the biggest plain of games of Brussels, go to the Stardust Park to enjoy of games and attractions: climbing, slides, race cars, labyrinths and other activities will make the happiness of the children from 2 to 12 years old. This magic universe will also please the parents : there is a restaurant (if they want a little snack) and a lounge to relax or surf on the site of brusselslife.be thanks to the free WIFI access ... After such fun, little cherubs and their parents will then have plenty of stories to share! OLIGRAPHE / van de Kerchove