A nice place to walk around or relax. You will find this city park on the edge of the city center.
The park is located along the west bank of the river Meuse. The park has looked different over the centuries. It was already a hiking spot in the early 18th century. From 1837 the park was officially called Stadswandelpark. Around 1860 the park was tackled. The Leuven garden architect Liévin Rosseels designed an English garden, complete with neatly landscaped paths. Nowadays, the park consists of a number of different parts, each with its own atmosphere and function. From large sunbathing areas to part with a deer camp.
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