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The Place Royale (French, "Royal Square") or Koningsplein (Dutch, "King's Square") is a historic neoclassical square near the center of Brussels, Belgium.
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Wonderful experience, easy to travel. Good transportation.
Lovely location. Everything in walking distance. Lots of cafes and restaurants. Not a huge selection of bars though.
It's nice walk around the place
The most beautiful park I've ever been to!
Very beautiful place to have a good time with family or better to saying, with everyone with very kind people that respond very kindly and very happy, in one phrase I can say that if you go there you can be happy :) and also there are a lot of machines that give you delicious Ice Cream, Drinks, Hamburgers, and everything that you want is there... and in the end you can see almost all of the beautiful Bruxelles City from top with amazing flowers :)
An old look dating back to the 18th century and a beautiful statue. A very stylish courtyard with trees designing in a box. A good weather after the rain I remembered in northern Iran. Maybe another day ...
this place is big and looks like a a city hall. it's crowded. full of tourists. but it is very beautiful place to stay for a few minutes. you can take a picture of its statue. it looks good. there are a lot of food stalls around. one thing you must buy in Brussels is their 1 euro waffles. it's delicious!
anywhere you go from this spot it will take you to something beautiful. ING Arts Center is there and the Creatis Offices, the hub for local based creatives
Wonderful place. Had lots of fun visiting.
Was great walking around the square with imposing historic buildings surrounding you.
If you want to take a tour with history, this is one place to visit, even the sculpture is spectacular. So excited with this visit
Beautiful square. You can visit the royal palace but make sure to check the public opening hours. The entrance is usually free. There are several museums to visit. Also the magritte museum, he was a famous surrealist from Belgium. Trial paper is worth seeing. The church is boring. The square is best if you go to the old England building on top you will find a roof restaurant and Terrasse.