We usually catch the train to go somewhere, but sometimes it is better to simply see how a city moves before our very eyes. That is what we propose here. In the centre of Brussels, near the Cinquatenaire Park, is Montgomery station, the start of line 44. The picturesque tram, whose destination is Tervuren, goes through the most impressive landscape (both urban and forest) in the city. The trip begins even before catching the tram, where you can admire the home of Baron Coppens. This bourgeoise neoclassical building from 1907 contains elements of the Art Nouveau that was then beginning to grow in Brussels. All aboard! As soon as you depart, you will be turning your head left and right so much that you'll begin to get a stiff neck. Along with the burgeois mansions called "Maisons et Hôtels de maître", there are a multitude of embassy looks like a strange planet. The Azerbaijan ambassy looks like a strange planet. The Nigerian Embassy is a small French architectural jewel with its mini Jardin des Tileries. Afeter the architectural introduction, you will enter one of the prettiest forests in the city, the Forêt de Soignes, from wich you'll arrive directly at the Africa Museum. At the Africa Museum, you can learn all about Belgium's colonial period in central Africa and the Congo. Across from the Africa Museum is the lovely Tevuren Park with some gardens à la francaise and others "ever so British!" Pools, fields, and trees are always impressive but in the autumn, they create an specially impressive sight.