Special: The Royal Palace of Brussels
The Royal Palace of Brussels is a very special attraction in the capital of Belgium. Located in the city center, the building is absolutely impressive from the outside. However, it’s even more stunning from the inside! Each year from July to September, the Royal Palace of Brussels is open for visitors, an opportunity we instantly took!
You want to feel like a princess or a king at least once? The Royal Palace of Brussels is the ideal opportunity for you to indulge in royal atmosphere. Open for the public from July to September, the Royal Palace of Brussels is one of the most interesting tourist attractions in Belgium.
The entrance is free and taking photos is allowed! Be aware of the fact that the palace is actually the working palace of the King of Belgium in all months besides July, August and September.
Interior of The Royal Palace of Brussels
Upon entering, you’ll be overwhelmed by the interior of The Royal Palace of Brussels. Constructed in 1783, the palace lost nothing of its glory.
The ceiling is full of golden elements and beautiful paintings from another century. What you’ll also find are large golden chandeliers which look more than just impressive.
Each and every room in the palace is a new impression even though everything has the same classic touch with an overload of gold in every corner.
What makes The Royal Palace of Brussels very beautiful are many paintings which are worth millions I guess.
Exhibitions at The Royal Palace of Brussels
Each and every year, The Royal Palace of Brussels offers visitors new insights. In 2015, the special exhibition featured romantic landscapes.
A rich selection of pictures combined with other elements were definitely interesting to admire.
Something absolutely special was also the room totally focused on insects. Gigantic sculptures, green ceilings and even green chandeliers made us feel a little weird.
Nevertheless, an impressive idea for a room of the very impressive Royal Palace. So if you happen to be in Brussels next summer, be sure to pay the Royal Palace of Brussels a visit. It’s definitely worth the time!