Discovering and photographing the unknown beauty of Europe
Last Wednesday, I quite unexpectedly had a day off. The Viking and I didn’t feel like going on a big excursion, but staying inside with beautiful spring weather was out of the question too. We finally decided to visit another park in Brussels.
One of the biggest and most beautiful parks in the Belgian capital is the Bois de la Cambre (Ter Kamerenbos in Dutch). It is situated in the south of Brussels, is about 1 km² big and was laid out in the 19th century.
The park is easily accessible via public transport (tram especially) and during the weekdays also via car. In the weekends and also during stormy weather, some of the roads and streets in and/or around the park are closed.
We enjoyed a long walk here. In the beginning I felt a bit bizarre, not being at work in the middle of the week! But I soon forgot about all that in this beautiful scenery. When we came back home in the afternoon, I felt completely relaxed.
Here are the other pictures!