Winter Wonders of Brussels

01 March, 2019 / 24 views

One of the best Christmas destinations 2018-2019

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Dinant, between water and rocks

28 January, 2019 / 69 views

Did you know that the inventor of the saxophone, Adolphe Sax, was born in Dinant, Belgium?

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Durbuy, the most Japanese city in Belgium

18 October, 2018 / 89 views

Durbuy is known for its beautiful architecture and for being one of the smallest cities in the world. But did you know that you could find there geological phenomenons as well as the largest topiary park in the world and that Naruhito, Crown Prince of Japan, and his wife visited Durbuy in 1999, making it the most Japanese city in Belgium?

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Furnes/Veurne, postcard from the past.

31 August, 2018 / 116 views

A bit off the tourist path, Veurne (Furnes in French) has some beautiful architecture and offers a nice afternoon trip from the Belgian coast.

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Damme, little gem in the Flemish Polders

06 June, 2018 / 83 views

Outshined by Bruges, Damme is a beautiful little medieval town full of architecture wonders.

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Jardins d'Eau d'Annevoie - Water Gardens of Annevoie

22 May, 2018 / 89 views

A true wonder where art corrects, imitates and adapts to nature.

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Halle

10 May, 2018 / 324 views

Everybody goes to Hallerbos, the blue forest, but Halle, the city nearby, also has some beautiful sights to offer. So if you go to Hallerbos, why not spend a couple of hours in Halle?

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The Enchanted Forest

10 May, 2018 / 265 views

Once a year, a wood near Brussels, Belgium, sees its floors being covered by a blue carpet. Hallerbos, once a quiet place, is now invaded 3 weeks a year by tourists who came to see the beautiful Bluebells tapestry.

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Royal Greenhouses in Laeken

20 April, 2018 / 130 views

Every spring, the Royal Greenhouses in Laeken (Serres Royales de Laeken) are open to the public during 3 weeks.

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Belgian Coast: the beauty behind the concrete.

02 September, 2017 / 98 views

The Belgian Coast is well-known for the concrete buildings disfiguring the coastline. But there are still a few little surviving gems hidden behind the concrete walls.

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Street Art in Brussels - updated

01 May, 2016 / 285 views

Once totally banned, street art is now part of Brussels and transfoms the city into an open air museum. Whilst there are some dedicated places for it, it is everywhere, on walls, urban furnitures, ... even some schools have their programmes of street art in agreement with their municipality. It is now seen as a sign of appropriation more than degradation.

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