Those with children in tow will find plenty to keep the little ones happy here with a zoo, swimming pools, and plenty of playground facilities.
Otherwise, it's simply a wonderful place for a stroll and a picnic.
Basing yourself in Brussels while exploring the rest of Belgium is a great idea.
Centrally placed, Brussels is in a prime position for further exploration of the countryside.
It was constructed between 18 on the place where the Prince of Orange received his fatal wounds.
Afterwards check out Moorsel's main church, the 13th-century Sint-Martinuskerk, which according to tradition, grew out of a 7th-century communion chapel dedicated to St. The present church contains three Baroque altars by Jacob Ulner.Walburga Church (Sint-Walburgakerk); the Bishop's Palace, built around 1600 and one of the finest Renaissance buildings in Belgium; and the Church of Our Lady of Pamele, distinctive for its tall narrow choir windows, the corner towers of the choir, and the octagonal crossing tower.For nature-lovers, the drop-dead gorgeous landscaped gardens and miles of walking trails of the Huizingen Domain are an unbeatable day out. The first castle built on this site dates from the 15th century, but the real extension of the area began in the mid-19th century when the domain was created into the park seen today.It's a particularly convenient base for trips to locations in the middle and north of the country.Some of the most famous tourist attractions within easy reach are the historic battlefields of Waterloo and the towns and villages of the Flanders region, where you'll also find the moving battlefields of Ypres.The minerals section in particular, and also the collection of masks, carved wood, and ivory figures, are unique.