Belgian palaces are not so famous in so many European palaces, but they have their own characteristics. The palace is open to the public in the summer when the royal family is not in use and is free to visit. The front series of rooms, like other palaces, display Royal articles, much like other palaces. It's very interesting to go to the banquet hall. For example, Figure VIII and Figure 10 show invitations from VIPs visiting Belgium from various countries. Among them, there are large photos, invitations and menus. Guess what the last one is. Out of the banquet hall, there is a long gallery with Belgian inventions. Through the gallery, there is an interactive science game area for children, which is not found in other palaces.
The Palace of Brussels is the most magnificent building in Belgium and the residence of the King of Belgium. The palace has the style of French architecture. When it goes, it does not open the door. It can only look at the appearance, but its back garden can still be visited. It is said that the interior of the palace is decorated with a large number of murals and crystal lights in accordance with the style of Versailles Palace in France. It is very magnificent and magnificent. I hope to have a chance to visit it next time.
From July to September, it's free. It's very big. There's a security check at the door, and the bags need to be deposited free of charge. A magnificent environment. There are children's popular science games hall, and my children have been playing with enthusiasm for half a day.
Unfortunately, I didn't go in summer, so I had to go outside for a circle of sightseeing and photography. However, on the whole, the Grand Palace is magnificent and the scenery is good. It's very interesting to enter the two gardens in front. Everything feels just right in spring.
The Palace of Brussels in Belgium, situated next to Parc de Bruxelles, is the most magnificent building in Belgium. Once destroyed by the French, what we see today is the reconstruction in 1695, which began to be used in 1820. In 1904, the palace was renovated and reconstructed into Louis 16 style. The palace served as the country's welcoming building and the office of King Albert II. This is the official residence of the Belgian royal family in name, but the king and queen do not live here. As a government agency of the country, there are guards changing their posts here every day. Looking down from the palace, you can see the whole city of Brussels. The Palace of Brussels is one of the most beautiful buildings in Brussels. It is the place where the King of Belgium exercises the privileges of his head of state, receives visitors and handles state affairs.
First of all, it is free to visit, as long as you put your bags and umbrellas in storage, you can enter. The palace has two floors. The first floor is the entrance. The second floor is decorated with exhibition halls for specific scenes, and there are also some royal collections on display. Another room was made into an interactive game room. The whole palace has only one word to describe, that is, brilliant, not only many rooms in the palace are decorated with gold, but also the light of the huge crystal lamp reflects the room into gold.
I think the highlight of the Brussels Palace is not only its architectural style, but also its free opening. The most important thing is to design a very large hall into a popular science place for children. Everyone can participate in it, experience the power of science and technology, and play paintings, hand-cutting and other games.