Spend a day in Woluwé-Saint-Pierre, a beautiful residential area and home to Woluwe Park. The streets surrounding the park are some of the prettiest in Brussels.
From central Brussels, take the metro to Montgomery and walk down Av. Tervueren. Turn in to Av. Jules de Trooz and stop to pick up lunch at the Patisserie Goossens.
The park contains giant sequoias, and cypresses. Visit the church, Saint Peter; built in 1755, it still contains parts of an older building over which it was built. Off the tourist track, the park is worth a visit at any time of year.
Tervuren Park is a tram ride from the city centre. Walk around the lakes or wander along the trails in the woods. You can get to the Africa museum and its formal grounds from the park or go into Tervuren centre and sample the patisseries and shops.
Take the No 44 'Tervuren' tram from Montgomery metro. The park and museum are just opposite the tram stop
As one of the greenest cities in Europe, Brussels is ringed by parks and forests. Head south to the Bois de la Cambre (at the end of Avenue Louise), which was landscaped in 1862 with an artificial lake. The adventurous can wander from the park into the Foret de Soignes.
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