While technically not the official residence of the Belgian royal family, the Royal Palace of Brussels is nothing short of being a monumental work of art with a fascinating history. As host to diplomatic ceremonies and working quarters for the royal family’s administration, this historic abode is open to the public for a few short weeks each year in honor of Belgium’s National Day (21 July). Although it’s not likely you’ll run into the king and queen during your visit, it’s definitely a great opportunity to check out the stately rooms that welcome international guests.
📅 Fri 22nd July – Sun 4th September 2016, closed on Mondays
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