Pretty garden, spotted whilst wandering. Glorious scent from plants. Interesting statues. Good for picnic or just 5 mins rest.
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This is a must stop in your discovery of Brussels! This square is surrounded by statues of tradesmen of the Middle Ages. It's beautifully maintained, reminding you of an age when life was slower but undoubtedly just as stressful!
Its an interesting place to visit, has many nice status... close to transport links also... not a big place, but its big enough and a few worthwhile status to see....
We were very impressed with this small park. It is beautifully preserved and presented. One can admire the statues and green space, or just sit and relax. Worth a visit if you are in the Sablon area.
This was a great place to sit for a bit and rest and people watch. Lots of children playing and dogs and students eating food.
Jardin du Petit Sablon is a nice quite park to visit. There are bronze statues located within the park and the centre statue represents the Counts of Egmont and Hornes and symbolises the fight against Spanish tyranny in the 16th century. Benches are available to...More
When I was there the area around the statues at the top of the park (and it's on quite a slope) was packed with students - obviously it was break time. Still, it's a great place to look at the church across the road. Perversely,...More
Across from a chuch and near a coffee shop, this is a great place to take a break from sightseeing and enjoy the manicure gardens & statues.
Exactly as the title says, a quaint lovely little park where you can take some wonderful pictures, definitely a place worth going to if you want to escape the hustle and bustle of the city whilst wading through sites. Worth combining with the nearby Cathedral
If you need a break and are in the area, drop in here. It is a very small park, less than 1 block in size. It has ok gardens, but the jewels is a large fountain with a historic statue.