Any sightseeing journey to Belgium should include a trip to the Royal Palace, which situated in the heart of Brussels. Gaze upon one of the nation's most beautiful buildings, its grounds soaked with history that dates back to the Middle Ages. The present-day palace, which was finished in 1865 with extensions added until 1909, is where the current King grants audiences and handles other state affairs. Every summer, the Royal Palace is open to the common people, so you can view its majestic rooms and revel in the magnificent architecture and priceless art collections on display.
Grand Serment Royal Et de Saint Georges des Arbaletriers de Bruxelles